Fulham go in search of a fifth-straight win in the Championship tomorrow when they host 5th-placed Bristol City.
Scott Parker’s Fulham are firing on all cylinders now and having won their last four outings in the Championship, find themselves in 3rd going into the weekend – five points off Leeds United in 2nd and three points ahead of Lee Johnson’s side.
They travel to Craven Cottage on the back of a 5-2 win over Huddersfield Town, but will be the underdogs going into the game tomorrow.
Fulham will be without three first-team players tomorrow.
Maxime Le Marchland remains sidelined having picked up an injury in the first-half of the 1-0 win against Birmingham City last month.
Also ruled out is Harry Arter – the Bournemouth man is actually Parker’s brother-in-law but hasn’t featured all that much this season, and has now missed the last seven through injury. It’s not known when he’ll be available for selection again.
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Perhaps the biggest miss for Fulham tomorrow is the absence of Bobby Reid. The Jamaican international scored his first goal for Fulham after a long wait to break his duck, scoring the first in Fulham’s 3-0 win over Derby County last month.
He missed the last game for Fulham with a suspected muscle injury, and is expected to miss out on tomorrow’s fixture too.
A win for Fulham would keep the pressure on the top-two but they face a good side in Bristol City, and a side capable of scoring goals at this level.