Wayne Rooney celebrates scoring the winner at Old Trafford with United team-mate Jonny Evans

Rooney ensures patience pays for clinical United

Manchester United 1 Fulham 0

Fulham miss Zamora as they draw with West Brom

Fulham 1 West Bromwich Albion 1

<b> FULHAM v EVERTON , Sunday 13:30pm</b> <br/>
Everton have lost their last three league games in a row which is a first under David Moyes and the cash-strapped club face a continual battle with their slightly limited squad. In particular they have struggled up front and will hope that the re-signing of James McFadden will help them out in this area. Striking is an area where Fulham look strong with Andy Johnson, Bobby Zamora, Moussa Dembele and Bryan Ruiz all vying for places. Their fans will be hoping the teams Thursday night exertions in the Europa League don’t tire them out to much as they could be a real threat to the visitors.
<br/><br/><b>Recent results:</b> Everton 2-1 Fulham (19/03/2011, PL) Fulham 0-0 Everton (25/09/2010, PL) <br/><br/><b>One to watch:</b> <b>Bobby Zamora</b> has scored in each of his side’s last three home games and will become the first Fulham player to score in four Premier League home matches if he scores against Everton. He was rested for the Europa League defeat to Wisla Krakow this week so looks a favourite to start. Fulham fans and players will be hoping he can score again and get his name in the record books. <br/><br/><b>Did you know?:</b> There has only been one away win in all 20 Premier League matches between these two sides.
<br/><br/><b>Fantasy pick:</b> Danny Murphy, 40 (Fulham), Tim Howard, 29 (Everton)*
<br/><br/><b>Tweet of the week:</b> '@QuadeCooper @digbyioane @QantasWallabies unlucky and tremendous effort NZ were at there best today. #aussiepride' @Tim_Cahill - <b>Tim Cahill</b> sends his commiserations to the Australian rugby team. <br/><br/><i>* Based on Fantasy Premier League, the official Premier League fantasy game</i>

Fulham boss Martin Jol plays down Bobby Zamora rift

Fulham manager Martin Jol today played down talk of a rift with Bobby Zamora.

Jay Spearing makes the tackle on Fulham’s Moussa Dembélé for which he received a red card at Craven Cottage last night

Dempsey strikes after Spearing red

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Andy Johnson produced two fine finishes for Fulham last night

Johnson inspires thoughts of another magical Fulham run

Fulham 4 Wisla Krakow 1

Win for pub landlady but Premier League may take second leg

A pub landlady appealing against her conviction for using a foreign decoder to show football matches without paying BSkyB has won a landmark European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruling that threatens to undermine the financial position of the Premier League and other TV rights holders.

Europa League: Stoke stand firm to silence Croats

A late own goal by Ljubo Milicevic under pressure from Ryan Shotton last night rewarded Stoke City for a disciplined performance in a vociferous atmosphere at Hajduk Split.

Fulham captain Danny Murphy admits lack of excitement for Europa League

Fulham midfielder Danny Murphy admits it is hard to get excited about today's Europa League third-qualifying-round tie at RNK Split.

Zamora strike keeps Fulham flying

Crusaders 1 Fulham 3

Football in Brief: Murphy warns of second-leg danger; Spurs plan ahead with Under-21s; Ibrox pair commit to long-term deals; Al-Habsi makes move permanent

The Fulham captain, Danny Murphy, has said that his side will not take anything for granted when they look to finish off NSI Runavik in the Faroe Islands on Thursday night and stay on course for the Europa League.

Fulham taking NSI Runavik tie seriously

Fulham captain Danny Murphy maintains his side will not take anything for granted against when they look to finish off NSI Runavik in the Faroe Islands on Thursday night and stay on course for the Europa League.

Jol opens with comfortable Europa win

Fulham 3 NSI Runavik 0

Flatterer Fayed gets his man at last as Jol takes over at Fulham

Owner's long courtship of Dutch manager shamefully sacked by Spurs bears fruit after exit of Mark Hughes

Fulham appoint Martin Jol as manager

New Fulham manager Martin Jol cannot wait for the chance to have another crack at the Barclays Premier League and will waste no time in adding to his squad at Craven Cottage.

Philippe Senderos: Fulham must appoint manager quickly

A shocked Philippe Senderos today admitted it was vital Fulham appoint a new manager quickly as he began to come to terms with Mark Hughes' departure.

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