Fulham might have secured Championship safety - albeit at the demise of MK Dons - but their head coach says there will be no experimenting in the last two dead rubbers of the season.
QPR gaffer Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink wants to have a look at what else he’s got as he prepares for the next campaign, but Slavisa Jokanovic insists his strongest side will face Brentford on Saturday, and Bolton for the finale a week later.
Joka reckons he knows all he needs to know about the troops in front of him.
“I am here fourth months. I don’t need to experiment,” he said.
“It’s probably in pre-season I’m going to try players in some different positions and other things. But we need winning habits, and we don’t have that now, and we need to produce positive habits.”
Fulham disappointingly crashed at home to Nottingham Forest on Saturday 3-1. But Bees did Whites a favour by thumping Dons in Bucks 4-1 to take Karl Robinson’s side back to League One after a single season.
Charlton, and Fulham’s last opponents Bolton suffer the other two drop spots.