Stats Digest: Fulham v Watford

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A set-back for Watford last weekend, as Manchester United (and David De Gea) brought an end to their 100% record. Fulham are a slightly different story: just the one win in the Premier League so far this season and that was the 4-2 victory over Burnley back in August. 
 
Here’s your stats digest as the two meet at Craven Cottage for Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off.
 
  • Neeskens Kebano and Tim Ream are definitely ruled out, but Tom Cairney – who missed the defeat to Manchester City – has an outside chance of making the bench.
  • Tom Cleverley is a long-term absentee for Watford, while Gerard Deulofeu also remains out.
  • Only three Fulham players have scored league goals this season: Aleksandar Mitrovic (3), Andre Schurrle (2) and Jean-Michael Seri (1).
  • Luciano Vietto has made a team-high two assists (but has also given away a penalty).
  • Mitrovic is recording a team-high 4 shots per game currently.
  • Mitrovic is also giving away possession over twice as often as any of his teammates (at an average of 3.4 times per game).
  • Maxime Le Marchand (four appearances) is leading the side with an average of three successful tackles per game.
  • Fulham currently have one of the better disciplinary records in the division, having only collected 6 yellow cards (and no red) in their five games.
  • Outside the traditional top-six, they’re also averaging the highest possession (52%).
  • Only Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City have bettered their 84.5% pass accuracy too. 
  • Roberto Pereyra is Watford’s top-scorer (3).
  • Jose Holebas has provided a team-high 4 assists.
  • Roberto Pereyra and Troy Deeney are each averaging 2.2 shots per game currently, more than any other Watford players.
  • Etienne Capoue has picked up four yellow cards in his five appearances so far. 
  • Hardly surprising, as Capoue is currently averaging 2 fouls per game, more than any other Watford player.
  • Watford have managed four wins from five in spite of enjoying an average of just 45.5% possession.
  • Only Tottenham have scored more goals from set-pieces than Watford (3).
  • Only Chelsea, Manchester City and Liverpool are conceding fewer shots per game than Watford’s 8.6.
  • 59% of Fulham’s shots have come from outside the box this season, the highest in the division.
 
Both sides to score: 4/7
Aleksandar Mitrovic to score first: 9/2
Draw: 12/5

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