This entertaining goalless draw came as no surprise as Sean Dyche’s sides are always tough to beat and Fulham cannot score.
We did indeed put 10 past West Ham and Nottingham Forest, but have managed only 1 goal in the next 4 games.
We play good football on 2/3rds of the pitch but there is no end product. This is something which needs to be expensively addressed.
Most of Fulham ‘s remaining games are against teams below us which can be good, can be bad.
If Everton’s 10 point deduction is upheld – we will know on Friday – then they might find it difficult to get out of the bottom three and Sheffield Utd look gonners.
So Fulham should survive.
There were some chances in the game, the best of which fell to Everton.
In a repeat of the 1966 World Cup Final the ball bounced down from the underside of the crossbar for Fulham’s Tim Castagne to clear; Everton’s Jordan Pickford produced an acrobatic save to deny Tosin and Everton missed an easy chance in the final minutes.
Most of our remaining fixtures are against teams below us so it’s in our own hands.