Danny Murphy has recommended that Newcastle United needs to be “genuinely involved” about being rejected after their draw against West Brom.
Newcastle’s poor kind has seen them droop down from the intermediate positions to just above the relegation zone.
Fulham’s improved performances have boosted its possibilities of survival. The last time they beat Liverpool 1-0 was at Anfield to move level on points with Brighton seventeenth.
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Steve Bruce’s males are presently a point and place above each teams in sixteenth place. Last weekend they played an unreasonable 0-0 draw against Sam Allardyce’s West Brom.
Murphy advised talkSPORT, as quoted by The Chronicle, could be “stunned” if Fulham did not stay up:
“The easy breakdown of the relegation battle is that if you watch Fulham taking part in compared to Newcastle, Brighton and West Brom on the moment, they give the impression of being significantly better, far more excited, far more dangerous.
“So, that offers me full confidence that they’ll stay up. Sure, they’ve the subsequent Man City which is a troublesome ask. However they play with an actual vitality and perception that I do not see within the different teams.
“Brighton are taking part in well and we have talked about them taking part in good football and in video games, however they cannot score sufficient goals to get them points that really trigger them an enormous problem.
“Newcastle and West Brom, the standard of that sport was appalling. He most likely did a disservice to the Championship by saying it regarded like a Championship sport, it was just as bad. I do know Newcastle has players missing, I settle for that, however that was a really bad sport.
“When you ask me primarily based on what I’ve seen within the last few weeks on the moment, I would be very apprehensive as a Newcastle fan.”
On Fulham, Murphy said: “I feel they’ve great momentum and spirit, and seem like a team that is not afraid to play.
“I will be very stunned if they do not stay up now.”