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Saturday, November 3, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. ET
If you're looking for the most intriguing match of the Premier League this weekend, I'd be almost willing to call Fulham and Everton as the one to watch.
Two teams that are both less than a win outside the top four and both playing attacking, exciting football—even if it does give Martin Jol and David Moyes sleepless nights because of it.
Fulham finished with a 3-3 draw against Reading last week but will take full confidence into their fixture at Craven Cottage—a venue where they always play good football. Dimitar Berbatov has been a relegation since joining the club from Manchester United, and the Cottagers' midfield is still thriving in both attack and defense, even without Mousse Dembele at the club.
The Toffees' attack is also in fine form after netting two goals in their Merseyside derby draw last week. The likes of Marouane Fellaini, Nikica Jelavic and Kevin Mirallas are spearheading one of the most potent attacks in the Premier League, and when they're all on the same page, can be a truly devastating force through the middle of the pitch.
Everton will head into this one as favorites, but I genuinely think this will be a close match. Martin Jol's sides rarely get blown out of the water—regardless of the attack they're facing—and I think we're likely to see another tough, close match here.
Which way will it fall? I guess we'll find out soon enough.
|Dan Talintyre ||Draw, 2-2
|Joe Tansey ||Draw, 1-1
|Karl Matchett ||Fulham win 2-1
|Mike Cummings ||Fulham win 2-1
|Mohamed Al-Hendy ||Draw, 1-1
|Sam Tighe ||Draw, 1-1
|Will Tidey ||Fulham win 2-1