Fulham are absolutely flying at the moment and they’ll be eager to head into the next international break with one more important win under their belts.
The Lilywhites have been brilliant since the last international break in October, scoring goals for fun and conceding just the once in the league, suggesting something has really clicked under Marco Silva.
Indeed, the 7-0 demolition job of Blackburn Rovers earlier this week underlined just how strong they’re feeling right now and you can imagine Peterborough United are feeling wary ahead of this weekend’s game against them.
Marco Silva, then, will surely be looking to name as similar side as possible ahead of this one:
The attacking four rather picks itself right now which says a lot with Fabio Carvalho now back available.
In midfield, Silva has sought to rotate the likes of Harrison Reed, Jean Michael Seri and Tom Cairney, so we could see the latter come in for the former here.
Defensively, Fulham have looked massively settled since the last international break and that’s even with Michael Hector coming in for Tosin after the latter earned a suspension against West Brom. That continues this weekend so Hector should retain his place.
Marek Rodak, meanwhile, has taken his chance to re-establish himself with both hands and should continue in goal.