Fulham appear to have one of the simplest sets of closing fixtures of any of the sides at the bottom end of the Championship table.
The average current league position of the Cottagers' next six opponents is 14th, lower than most of the other sides fighting against relegation.
Games against fellow strugglers Wigan, Rotherham and Blackpool could prove crucial in Kit Smyons' quest for survival.
Wigan's remaining opponents have an average league position of 14.8, while for Millwall the average is as high as 10th.
Millwall have tough games against the likes of Watford, Derby and Wolves.
Rotherham's opponents' average league position is 12th, while Reading's opponents have an average of 11.7 and Brighton's average 9.6.
The toughest run-ins in the Championship on paper are those of Sheffield Wednesday and Bolton.
The Owls and the Trotters' remaining opponents have an average league position of 7.2, the highest in the league.
Bolton face games against sides including Norwich, Brentford and Bournemouth, whilst Wednesday face Brentford, Bournemouth and Watford.
Fulham travel to Charlton Athletic tonight.