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Fulham 0 Man Utd 1. A solitary effort from Wayne Rooney is enough to settle an eventful tie and send United 10 points clear at the top of the table. Brave effort from Fulham who will be disappointed to end the game empty-handed.
Rooney cautioned for dissent. He is still arguing his point. Not sure what his issue is as United have just been awarded a free-kick. Seconds tick by.
Final change for United sees Nani trudge off and Welbeck take his place.
Final change for Fulham as they send on Petric in place of Dejagah.
GOAL MAN UTD - ROONEY. United sweep forward on the counter, with the Red Devils boasting a man over. Rooney doesn't need him as he strides into the box, composes himself and strokes the ball into the bottom corner.
Second change by United as the evergreen Giggs comes on in place of Cleverley.
As expected Karagounis doesn't last the 90 minutes. He gets a standing ovation as he is replaced by debutant Emanuelson.
United make a change, with Valencia making way for Hernandez. Attacking change by Ferguson.
Rooney's corner is nodded clear by Ruiz. Rodallega leads a Fulham counter. The move is slowed down, before Ruiz once again gives the ball away. United spring clear and Baird is booked for tripping Valencia from behind. Free-kick to United 25 yards from goal.
Change at the break as Hughes comes on in place of Hangeland.
Zach Kingsbury says: 'United to take it 3 - 1, Fulham will score early, but RVP and Rooney will do it again!'
Zac Wiles says: 'I see United's relentless pressure taking a toll on Fulham and it ending 2-0 to United with RVP and Cleverly on the score sheet. With Fulham lacking a good run of results the confidence isn't there for a giant killing.'
Remember you can also bet in-play at Skybet.com. Fulham are 6/1 to take the spoils, with United 8/13 and the draw 2/1. You can get 4/1 on the game ending 0-0.
Fulham 0 Man Utd 0. An eventful first half comes to a close. The woodwork was struck four times and the floodlights went out. No goals, though.
Ryan Bridcutt is another expecting a comfortable evening for the visitors. He says: 'As a United fan I can see them dominating the game. 4-0 with RVP and Rooney with 2 apiece.'
Chris Dunne disagrees, saying: 'United fan, I'm confident we can replicate our performance of last weekend, Fulham were shocking, Rooney and RvP to score.'
Peter Huntingford is backing a home win. He says: 'Feeling optimistic - Fulham to nick it 2-1 with a solid performance from Rodallega #coyw'
Tom Hooton is first in with an opinion. He says: 'I think United will be confident after knocking Fulham out of the FA Cup, 3-1 win to United for me!'
You can also bet in-play throughout the game at Skybet.com. Here's what they have to offer pre-match: 'Sir Alex Ferguson's men have a patchy record at Craven Cottage, but even at 9/2, customers don't fancy Fulham to win. Wayne Rooney has scored four goals in his last two games against the Cottagers and is 7/1 to bag his second brace in a week.'
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