Fulham star fires coming to get you warning at Brighton after Sheffield United win

Tosin Adarabioyo has fired a warning to Brighton & Hove Albion and their relegation rivals.

Sunday, 21st February 2021, 1:28 pm
Josh Maja of Fulham celebrates with teammates Ola Aina and Tosin Adarabioyo after scoring their side's second goal during the Premier League match between Everton and Fulham at Goodison Park on February 14, 2021.

Fulham defeated Sheffield United on Saturday and have now taken seven points from their last three fixtures, leaving the London club just six points behind Brighton in 16th position.

Graham Potter’s side still have a game in hand on the 18th-placed Cottagers but that could quickly evaporate with just 12 games remaining.

“It was really massive, Adarabioyo admitted after Fulham’s win against Sheffield United. “We all did fantastic. We know where we are in the league and where we want to get to, and those three points are a big step in that direction.

“It’s one of the turning points to our season. There’s been a few, we’ve been on a good run of form with two wins and two draws. We’ve found some identity and confidence so this could be one turning point, but I think we’ve had one already. Hopefully, we can continue to chip away.”

“Seven points in a week is massive. We’ve come out of a three-game week so to see us unbeaten is huge for us.

Fulham are next in action against Crystal Palace whilst, who are Brighton’s opponents today, with the Seagulls set to face West Brom next weekend.

“Palace coming up is a massive game, it’s another game to look forward to, we’ll try and get some points out of it and keep moving in the right direction.”

Fulham have now picked up eight points from their last four games and have given themselves a chance of survival heading into the final 13 matches.

However, Adarabioyo is determined to prove those doubting Scott Parker and Fulham's chances of escaping relegation wrong.

“That’s down to them what they want to believe in terms of our survival chances,” he stated. “I hope our fans fully believe we can do it after seeing us play. The outside world and media, that’s down to them to say what they want. We’ve shown more than enough to demonstrate we’re capable of doing that.

“We know what we’ve got left of the season and we’ll look to get the job done.”