It is fair to say that Fulham are yet to establish any kind of winning habit under Martin Jol, with the Cottagers having yet to register a victory in the Premier League and also drawing 1-1 with FC Twente in their first Europa League group game.
The west London side now travel to Denmark looking to strengthen their claims for a place in this season’s last 32 of the competition, although Jol will surely be looking ahead to Sunday’s clash with QPR and we may see several first-team players rested.
Fulham are 6/4 (William Hill – £30 free bets) to claim victory at TRE-FOR Park and they will be playing a team who have had an indifferent start to their Danish Superliga season, sitting in mid-table after four wins, two draws and four defeats.
Even so, Henrik Clausen’s side claimed three points when winning away to Wisla Krakow a fortnight ago and they can be backed at 15/8 (Paddy Power – £100 free betting) to beat their Premier League opponents and take a firm grip on Group K.
The draw is priced at 23/10, with Clint Dempsey available at 7/1 to score the first goal after the American missed a hatful of chances against Twente in the opening game to give Fulham a richly-deserved victory.