Chelsea vs Fulham Premier League LIVE Football Score 02/10/2023
Fulham is going head to head with Chelsea starting on 2 Oct 2023 at 19:00 UTC at Craven Cottage stadium, London city, England. The match is a part of the Premier League.
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Monday night’s Premier League offering comes in the shape of a West London derby, as Fulham welcome fellow bottom-half strugglers Chelsea to Craven Cottage.
Both teams achieved one-goal wins in their third-round EFL Cup ties in midweek, as the Cottagers overcame Norwich City 2-1, while the Blues bested Brighton & Hove Albion 1-0
Chelsea ended a three-game winless and goalless streak with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Brighton & Hove Albion in the third round of the EFL Cup.
Clinching their first triumph of the month – and a first since beating AFC Wimbledon in the second round – Mauricio Pochettino’s side survived a couple of first-half scares before a Nicolas Jackson finish sent Roberto De Zerbi’s men packing.
Lesley Ugochukwu, Cole Palmer and Ian Maatsen were among those afforded opportunities by Pochettino on Wednesday night, and the Blues took just three minutes to carve out their first opening, but Mykhaylo Mudryk’s curling strike was meat and drink for Bart Verbruggen.
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Borja Sainz’s response with 15 minutes left to go proved nothing more than a mere consolation for the Canaries, as Marco Silva’s men stretched their unbeaten run in all tournaments to three matches and set up another tie with Championship opposition; Ipswich Town await in round four.
The hosts’ success over Norwich came four days after a drab goalless draw with fellow capital outfit Crystal Palace, which saw Silva’s troops enter the weekend occupying 11th place in the table – a position they will hold before Nottingham Forest and Brentford do battle on Sunday.
By avoiding an EFL Cup upset, Fulham head into Monday’s tantalising derby having only lost one of their last six matches in all tournaments – and few can knock them for going down to treble winners Manchester City at the Etihad – and a third Premier League clean sheet in succession could be on the menu here.
Shutting out Luton Town on September 16 saw Fulham end an eight-game run without a Premier League clean sheet at Craven Cottage, and while they have failed to win each of their last nine London derbies in the top flight, there are no prizes for guessing who their most recent capital triumph came against.
NAME: Fulham – Chelsea
DATE: 2 Oct 2023
TIME: 19:00 UTC
VENUE: Craven Cottage, London, England
Brighton attempted to fight fire with fire during a frenetic start, and while they were doing little to trouble former number one Robert Sanchez, the Spaniard was nearly the architect of the hosts’ downfall in the 24th minute, gifting the ball to Joao Pedro on the edge of the box and breathing a huge sigh of relief as the striker’s chip landed on the roof of the net.
Sanchez continued to do his best to help out his former club, as with 33 minutes gone, the former Seagull played the wrong pass out from his goal, picking out Moises Caicedo under immense pressure from Carlos Baleba.
Appeals for a foul fell on deaf ears, and Ansu Fati found himself one-on-one with Sanchez, but the Barcelona loanee failed to get enough venom behind his shot and gave the Chelsea shot-stopper a relatively simple save down low.