City Test For U18s

Friday 9 November 2012 09:30

After a two-week break, Fulham’s Under-18s are back in action on Saturday (11am) when they make the trip to Manchester City.

The Whites were last in action on 27th October when they drew 2-2 away to Wolverhampton Wanderers to end a three-match losing run.

Cauley Woodrow gave Fulham the lead with a penalty in the Midlands, but a Robbie Parry spot-kick saw the hosts draw level just before the break.

Ismael Keita then finished smartly to put Wolves in front but Fulham ensured a share of the spoils when Jordan Evans levelled following a clever move and confident finish.

Earlier this season, Fulham defeated Manchester City 3-2 at Motspur Park.

The Whites took the lead through Woodrow, before Lyle Della Verde increased their advantage with a long-range screamer.

City halved the deficit not long after through 14-year-old substitute Aaron Nemane, but the Whites made it 3-1 when Muamer Tankovic swept home.

Nemane grabbed his second of the game to ensure a nervy finale, but Steve Wigley's charges did enough to hold on.