Fulham host Barnsley in the Championship tomorrow.
Scott Parker’s side sit in 3rd for the visit of bottom-club Barnsley tomorrow, and will again look to move into the automatic promotion places with a win at Craven Cottage.
Fulham have enjoyed a week of away trips in the Championship – they took all three-points from Ewood Park last weekend before sharing them at The Den in midweek.
But fans will be expecting an emphatic return to winning ways this weekend when Gerhard Struber takes his Barnsley side to the Cottage.
Parker will be without three first-team players tomorrow: Harrison Reed, Maxime Le Marchand and Terrence Kongolo.
Reed hasn’t featured for Fulham since the New Year’s Day loss to Reading having sustained a calf injury, but is expected to be back in the fold within the next few weeks.
Le Marchand however has been sidelined since November with a back injury, though he too is expected to feature again before the season’s out.
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Probably the biggest blow for Parker is Kongolo – the Dutchman signed on-loan from Huddersfield last month and in only his second appearance for the club, his first in the league against Blackburn, picked up a foot injury which will keep out until the summer.
He’ll likely return to Huddersfield to continue his rehabilitation.
Anthony Knockaert will also be assessed ahead of the weekend having suffered with illness in midweek – the Frenchman has missed the last five for Fulham.