Fulham travel to Sheffield Wednesday with the hope of closing the gap on Cardiff and the automatic promotion places.
Fulham are in fine form, and after having 3 players represented in the Championship team of the year, they should be bouyed to take advantage of Cardiffs slip last night. If they are to succeed, they will need the likes of Tom Cairney and Ryan Sessegnon to be in top form.
Sheffield Wednesday have little to play for in comparison. Unable to make the play-offs now and safe from the drop. The Owls are now playing for pride more than anything. With Atdhe Nuhiu in fine form, they will be hoping to ruin Fulhams chances of Premier League promotion this season.
Sheffield Wednesday will be without MorganFox & Joost van Aken for the rest of the season due to injuries. However Pudil could return and Forestieri is continuing his return to match fitness.
Fulham have a full squad to choose from after Kalas completed his return from a hip injury against Leeds.
- Atdhe Nuhiu has scored five goals in his last three league appearances, as many as in his previous 85 games.
- Both teams have scored in the last 6 meetings at Hillsborough
- Fulham are unbeaten in 18 games, the longest current streak in the English divisions.
- Aleksandar Mitrovic has scored eight goals in his last eight Championship matches.
Sheffield Wednesday – Wildsmith, Thorniley, Lees, Venancio, Boyd, Bannan, Pelupessy, Hunt, Reach, Joao, Nuhiu
Fulham – Button, Fredericks, Odoi, Ream, Targett, Cairney, McDonald, Johansson, Sessegnon, Mitrovic, Ayite