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The likely Fulham XI Parker is set to field v Barnsley this weekend

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Fulham host Barnsley in the Championship tomorrow.

The league’s bottom-club will head to Craven Cottage to face the league’s 3rd-place club, who’ll be hoping to move into the top-two with a win tomorrow.

After a week of away trips, Scott Parker will be gunning for a routine home win against Gerhard Struber’s side, who are winless in five in the league and looking set for an immediate return to League One.

With midweek games behind them, Parker may well have a few changes to make to the side that drew 1-1 at Millwall. Here we take a look at the likely starting line-up that Parker will field tomorrow:

Marek Rodak will no doubt keep his spot in-goal, and with Joe Bryan at left-back, and Tim Ream alongside Michael Hector in the middle.

Steven Sessegnon could come in at right-back for Dennis Odoi – the 19-year-old has featured on the bench for the last three games, but could well be given his chance against a struggling Barnsley side.

In what’ll likely be a 4-3-3 formation for Fulham, expect Kevin McDonald to return in the middle of that three with Josh Onomah to his right, and Tom Cairney to his left.

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Fulham’s attacking-three will be looking for a rampant afternoon at the Cottage tomorrow – expect Ivan Cavaleiro to start on the left and Bobby Reid on the right, with Aleksandar Mitrovic in the middle.

The Serb scored his 21st Championship goal of the season against Millwall, and his 32nd for club and country since the start of August.


Freelance football journalist based in Sheffield. Postgraduate degree in Sports Journalism, and good experience in digital football writing and match reporting.

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