Our football match prediction:
Fulham will be aiming to make amends for a 2-1 loss to Aston Villa when they welcome Bolton Wanderers at their Craven Cottage. The 2017/2018 Championship season has been a mixed bag for the Cottagers to date and, as a result they sit in 10th place in the standings. The club chiefs, though, have faith in Serbian tactician Slavisa Jokanovic and the capital club are widely expected to find their best form soon. Fulham are undefeated in previous four home games in the league and it is no surprise they are regarded as favourites to win Saturday’s football match against the Trotters. Following a 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday, Bolton played out a 1-1 draw with Queens Park Rangers, but they have yet to escape the relegation zone. The newcomers failed to score in last five away games in the Championship and we predict that Fulham will return to winning ways this weekend.
Highligted Player (Tim Ream):
After ending his college career at Saint Louis Billikens, Timothy Ream began playing for Chicago Fire at senior level. Speaking of his professional debut, the American footballer played the full 90 mins in New York Red Bulls’ opening match of the 2010 MLS season. On September 11, 2010 Tim Ream scored his first MLS goal in a 3-1 victory over Colorado Rapids. The USA defender made 58 appearances in the league for the Red Bulls and in 2012 he moved to Europa to sign a contract with Bolton Wanderers. Tim Ream signed a three-and-a-half year deal with the club and he made his debut for Bolton in a 2-0 FA Cup win over Millwall on February 18, 2012. In 2015 Ream moved to Fulham and he has been playing for the capital club ever since. The footballer, who wears No. 13 on his shirt at Fulham, made his debut for the USA national soccer team on November 17, 2010, in a 1-0 victory over South Africa.
Highlighted Team (Bolton Wanderers):
Bolton Wanderers were formed as Christ Church Football Club back in 1874 and three years later they adopted their current name. The Trotters currently compete in the Championship and they play their home games at Macron Stadium, which was opened in 1997. Speaking of the club’s trophies, Bolton Wanderers won the FA Cup on four occasions (1923, 1926, 1929 and 1958), but they have yet to win the Premier League title. The Trotters were producing splendid displays in the 2003/2004 Premier League campaign, with the team finishing the season in eighth position in the standings, which is regarded as the club’s best result in the English top flight. Bolton did well to reach the UEFA Cup knockout stages in the 2007/2008 season; the English outfit eliminated Atletico Madrid in the two-legged tie, but Sporting Lisbon eventually proved to be a big catch for the Trotters. Nigeria international Jay-Jay Okocha is one of the most notable footballers who played for Bolton and he scored 14 goals in 124 appearances in the league for the club. Bury are considered the club’s fiercest rivals.