Fulham: Matthew Briggs & Hugo Rodallega - Out; Brede Hangeland - Doubtful
Manchester United: Darren Fletcher & Daniel Welbeck - Out
Manchester United: None
Manchester United: LLWDW
Ironically, Martin Jol's decision to field a strong team against Leicester backfired spectacularly. Not only were they defeated, it means any advantage they would have had against United had they fielded a weaker team (fitness) or won (momentum) has gone out the window.
One possible route to a favourable result is through set-pieces. Fulham have scored five times through this method and as United tend to concede more fouls than the average team, it serves as the most realistic way they could possibly score from, particularly as the keep chopping and changing at the back.
Admittedly, Fulham's horrid away form is to account for their overall poor stats. At home the majority of their stats receive a moderate boost (below).
This means despite Fulham having one of the most clinical strikers in English football - Darren Bent, they cannot get service to him. This game is built for Fellaini to rediscover his Everton form.
Fulham 0-3 Manchester United
*All statistics courtesy of WhoScored