What are the bookies predicting for Fulham's return to the Premier League?
Fulham kick off their Premier League campaign when Crystal Palace come to visit Craven Cottage on August 11 – four years after their last top flight appearance.
So far this summer the side have only added two new faces, with Jean-Michael Seri and Maxime Le Marchand joining from Nice, while Besiktas keeper Fabri will be the next man through the door.
They’ve only lost Ryan Fredericks, however, with the full back opting to join West Ham when his contract came to an end, although Fulham also lost six of their loan stars at the end of their loan deals.
Palace, Tottenham Hotspur and Burnley are first up for the Whites in August, but how do the bookies have them doing this season after they won promotion via the play-offs in their last campaign?
Currently, Oddschecker have the club as third-favourites to be relegated back to the Championship, pricing them at 15/8 to go down this season, with fellow promoted side Cardiff City and Huddersfield making up the final two spots.
However, they have been the most heavily backed to stay in the division, attracting 23% of all bets since June 1 on who will stay up next season.
If you fancy a top half finish this season, Fulham are priced at 6/1 while you can back them to finish in the Champions League spots at 250/1.
Reckon they can win the league? Then you can back them at 1000/1 to do so.
Meanwhile, the bookies believe their best shot at having the Premier League’s top scorer falls on the shoulders of Ryan Sessegnon and Aleksandar Mitrovic, should he secure his move from Newcastle United – both of those are priced at 250/1.
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