Fulham and Everton were involved in two crazy games last weekend, and when David Moyes' side take on Martin Jol's men at Craven Cottage in the English Premier League a high-scoring thriller can be expected.
Everton have made a brilliant start to their campaign this season, picking up 16 points from nine games and lie in fifth place. Fulham have also looked good this season, with Dimitar Berbatov proving to be one of the best summer signings this year.
The Toffees have been criticized a bit for their style of play this season, saying they are a bit too direct. Moyes, however, is hardly concerned by those comments. "All we can do is do what we do," the manager said. "I think any neutral who watches Everton will say they have been impressed.
"More importantly, ask any Evertonian what they think and I think they would all say Everton have played very well. And ask the manager how he thinks it's gone -- I would tell you Everton have played really, really well.
"We've passed it well -- I think we've made the most chances in the Premier League and we've scored a lot of goals. I think we've been good value and we're actually very good to watch.
"If we're going to try to hang in with the boys near the top, then we have to keep winning games and playing well. If we keep playing as we have been doing, we will win games."
Everton look like serious contenders for a place in Europe, and Moyes wants to build on the momentum and keep up the consistency. "Up to just now, we're happy," he added. "We've played well and we're in a pretty good league position.
"I'm pleased with the way the players are playing and I'm happy with the points we have but I think we could have picked up one or two more. If you ask me after Saturday, that'll be 10 games and we can consider our start. That's a proper length of time to do so.
"Fulham are doing very well. They're pushing at the top end and Martin has steadied them and got them in a good position.
"They've made one or two changes, but we've always found the games against Fulham tough. Craven Cottage is a hard place to go.
"I think it's always important to score the first goal in the Premier League if you can. But what the players have showed when they've gone behind, they've showed that determination and resilience to try and work their way back into the game.
"It's something we don't want to happen but if that's the way it goes, that's what we have to do."
Moyes is hopeful of having Kevin Mirallas available after the forward picked up an injury in last week's 2-2 draw against Liverpool, while Darron Gibson remains on the sidelines. Steven Pienaar will return after serving a one-match suspension.
Fulham have no major injury worries, with Chris Baird expected to be fit after suffering a minor scare in last weekend's game against Reading, when he slipped onto an advertising hoarding while celebrating a goal.
Expected lineups: Fulham: Schwarzer, Reither, Hughes, Hangeland, Riise, Baird, Diarra, Richardson, Duff, Rodallega, Berbatov.
Everton: Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Neville, Osman, Naismith, Pienaar, Fellaini, Jelavic.
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