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Manchester City 1 Fulham 1

Bolton overcome Fulham in fractious game

Fulham 0 Bolton 1

Carlo Ancelotti defends Fernando Torres display

Carlo Ancelotti insisted he had not abandoned his plans to partner Fernando Torres with Didier Drogba despite dropping the latter for Chelsea's west London derby draw at Fulham.

Cech comes to Chelsea's rescue after tepid Torres draws a blank

Fulham 0 Chelsea 0

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Fulham 4 Tottenham Hotspur 0

Kenny Dalglish admits Liverpool transfer problems

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Dalglish in the ascendant as Pantsil slip sinks Fulham

Liverpool 1 Fulham 0

Fulham have bounced back from worrying slump, says Dempsey

Clint Dempsey is confident Fulham have turned the corner after the 3-0 victory over West Bromwich Albion on Tuesday propelled them from the relegation zone to 13th place in the Premier League. The lower part of the table is congested, with Fulham one of eight teams separated by one win, but that makes goal difference vital.

Andrew Johnson injury woes continue at Fulham

Mark Hughes rates Andrew Johnson as unlikely to be fit for Saturday's FA Cup tie against Peterborough after suffering a minor hamstring tear.

Carson clanger helps Fulham give Hughes breathing room

Fulham 3 West Bromwich Albion 0

Fulham brush aside struggling Baggies

Fulham 3 West Bromwich Albion 0

West Ham beat Fulham to boost survival hopes

Fulham 1 West Ham 3

We have the spirit for a title fight, claims Wenger

Arsenal 2 Fulham 1

Nasri artistry is too fine for honest artisans of Fulham

Arsenal 2 Fulham 1: Frenchman's double sends Gunners to top of the Premier League
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