Newly-promoted Fulham will begin their Premier League campaign with a London Derby against a high-flying Arsenal side this weekend.
With the 2020/21 Premier League season about to kick off, The Hard Tackle assesses the prospects of Fulham, who are back in the top flight.
Manchester City travel to London with a chance to reclaim top spot in the Premier League, while relegation looms large for Fulham.
Relegation-threatened Fulham welcome title-chasing Liverpool at Craven Cottage as the visitors look to keep hold of their pressure on leaders Manchester City
Chelsea will be aiming to close the gap to top four, when they visit Craven Cottage to take on Fulham in matchweek 29 of the 2018-19 Premier League season.
Newly promoted QPR are planning their path to Premier League safety by targeting Rio Ferdinand, Gareth Barry, Scott Parker, Joe Cole and Steve Sidwell.
Parker, Livermore and Defoe are good players but are they consistently good enough [or versatile enough] to match Spurs plans and ambitions going forward?
TheHardTackle's Guest Author Nicholas Godden notes how the Arsenal project is quickly unraveling in the hands of Arsene Wenger. From ceding the advantage in the North London derby to Tottenham, to even relying on cynical long-balls entirely at odds with the beautiful game, Arsenal are beginning to resemble a nightmare Arsene Wenger just cannot wake up from.
TheHardTackle's Guest Author Jonny "Lanky Guy" Mullins writes about the tactics Fabio Capello employed and struggled with when the England National Team took on Bulgaria and Wales and came away with very different results.
Chelsea will look to extend their fortuitous run of form, when they host ex-manager Avram Grant’s current charges at Stamford Bridge. Carlo Ancelotti and his men have enjoyed the unlikeliest of resurrections in recent weeks after being bundled out of the Champions League by perennial Premier League favorites Manchester United.