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Jokanovic to make no changes – Predicted 4-2-3-1 Fulham line-up to face Millwall

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Predicted Fulham Line-up To Face Millwall In The EFL Championship

Fulham still harbour hopes of gaining the second automatic promotion spot, however, they suffered a surprising setback against Brentford on Saturday, where they couldn’t quite get the result over the line.

The game against Millwall will be a tough one as Millwall are fighting tooth and nail to stay in the playoff positions. Millwall are currently on a 17-game unbeaten run, only 4 less than Fulham. Could be a very feisty London derby.

Probable Fulham XI

Manager: Slavisa Jokanovic

Formation: 423-1

Marcus Bettinelli (GK)

Bettinelli doesn’t always have the busiest of games between the sticks for Fulham. In fact, he’s only had to make a total of 7 saves in his last 4 games but when he is needed, he looks more than capable.

Matt Targett (LB)

Matt Targett has really excelled in Fulham’s last few games and he will be looking to push himself even further. Got a great assist against Reading and looked solid against Brentford as well.

Tim Ream (CB)

Ream has been involved in nearly every game for Fulham this season and has formed an excellent partnership with Odoi at the back.

Tim Ream

Denis Odoi (CB)

Odoi has been fantastic in central defence for Fulham this season. He has looked strong and composed in nearly every game. Looks ready to make the step up to the Premier League.

Ryan Fredericks (RB)

Fredericks is an ever-present for Fulham in the right-back position. He is a strong defender and also offers another outlet when Fulham go forward down the right-hand side.

Tom Cairney (CM)

Has been one of the stand-out players for Fulham this season. The central midfielder has everything but his ability to pick out an excellent pass is special.

Kevin McDonald (CM)

McDonald is an excellent central midfielder, sitting in the middle of the park and breaking up the opposition’s play. Had a solid game against Brentford and will be looking for more of the same.

Stefan Johansen (CM)

The central-midfielder grabbed an assist in the game against Brentford but will be disappointed in his overall performance. Will want to improve his dribbling and passing against Millwall.

Aleksandar Mitrovic

Lucas Piazon (RW)

Piazon had a disappointing game against Brentford and will be hoping to up his performance against Millwall. Has been very strong on the right-wing this season and will want to keep a high level for the last few games.

Ryan Sessegnon (LW)

Recognised with a nomination for PFA Young Player of the Season, Sessegnon has had a very good season for Fulham. Always looks like a danger down the left-hand side and has linked up well with Mitrovic.

Aleksandar Mitrovic (ST)

Mitrovic has scored 12 goals in his last 12 games and is the most in-form striker in the Championship right now. His arrival on loan from Newcastle in January seems to be one of the signings of the season.