Fulham booked their place in the Championship play-offs last weekend as drew 1-1 with Brentford, coupled with Leeds' 3-3 draw with Norwich.

The result means that, although the Yorkshire side could mathematically overhaul the Whites, they need Fulham to lose at Sheffield Wednesday while they beat Wigan while turning around a 13-goal swing. That's not going to happen.

But the Whites' opponents are yet to be clear. Some fans will be keen to face Huddersfield, who have been outclassed in both games this season, while others would rather a shorter trip to Reading.

GetWestLondon has crunched the numbers and come up with all the key permutations for Fulham ahead of Sunday's trip to Hillsborough.

If Fulham win

Goal time: Tom Cairney celebrates

To face Huddersfield: The Terriers would have to claim victory against Cardiff, while Reading drop points at Burton. A Huddersfield draw coupled with a two-goal defeat for Reading will also see the Terriers move into third place.

To face Reading: Huddersfield losing would mean the Whites would take on Jaap Stam's side. If the Royals claim victory over Burton Albion then that play-off match is confirmed as well.

To face Sheffield Wednesday: Fulham would not face Sheffield Wednesday in this scenario.

If Fulham draw

Ryan Fredericks celebrates forcing the opening goal with Stefan Johansen

To face Huddersfield: David Wagner's side would have to beat Cardiff with Reading dropping points at Burton. A draw coupled with a two-goal defeat for the Royals would mean Slavisa Jokanovic's team face a side they've beaten 9-1 on aggregate.

To face Reading: The Royals would have to avoid defeat at Burton, while the Terriers fail to pick up three points against Cardiff.

To face Sheffield Wednesday: Reading would have to lose and Huddersfield would have to fail to win.

If Fulham lose

Fulham show their dejection

To face Huddersfield: Huddersfield would have to win by 16 more goals to set up this contest. It's slightly more likely that Leeds make the play-offs than this scenerio.

To face Reading: Reading would have to beat Burton.

To face Sheffield Wednesday: If the Royals drop points against the Brewers it's the Owls at Craven Cottage next weekend.

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