Fulham suffered a serious case of deja vu as they fell to a 3-1 home defeat to Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Slavisa Jokanovic’s men fell behind to Robert Tesche’s strike midway through the first half, before Henri Lansbury converted from the spot to give Forest a two goal lead.
Substitute Matt Smith scored to drag the hosts back into the match, before Lansbury converted his second goal to wrap up the points.
And here are five things we learnt from the match as Fulham slumped to another home defeat.
Fulham’s defensive puzzle still unsolved
Jokanovic made four changes to the lineup which drew 1-1 at Ipswich in midweek - with three of those coming in defence.
Dan Burn, Richard Stearman and Shaun Hutchinson were dropped as the Whites sought a result which would keep them clear of the relegation zone for at least another year.
But it begs the question as to whether the Fulham boss is keen on any of his defensive options as he seeks to plan for next year, and to shore up the leakiest defence to remain in the league.
Decisions need to be made
The Fulham boss also has to consider the future of Emerson Hyndman, whose contract expires at the end of this season.
The young American international started once more at home as Jokanovic got a closer look at one of Fulham’s impressive youngsters.
But with Hyndman eyeing up a possible move at season’s end, the boss will need to make up his mind quickly as to whether he can realistically expect to rely on Hyndman’s services next year.
Set-piece woes continue
Fulham gifted their visitors the lead after succumbing to yet another free-kick.
Tesche ran onto the drilled free kick to fire home and leave Cottagers fans infuriated that their side conceded once more from a dead ball.
Free-kicks and corners have been the Whites’ Kryptonite all season and Jokanovic will have a large task on his hands to fix this problem.
More penalty problems
It has been a bizarre season for the Cottagers - they are into double figures for penalties conceded, while it is nigh-on impossible to remember the last home penalty awarded for them.
Referee Lewis was not in any mood to end that run for the Whites either - gifting a penalty to the visitors and denying three strong home appeals, with two controversially awarded as free kicks.
But the Fulham defence has been sloppy for the most part in defence and the Whites simply cannot afford to concede so many spot-kicks next season.
Championship status is retained
The Whites entered the Forest clash knowing that if MK Dons failed to pick up a win against rivals Brenford they would be condemned to League One.
And despite Fulham crashing to defeat at home, Dons were ultimately undone by Brentford and confirmed their spot in England’s third tier.
With Fulham safe, the Whites manager can start to eye up next season - and any transfers which he will be interested in acquiring to bolster his side.