Fulham are one of the Championship’s top teams when it comes to scoring late goals.
The Cottagers have scored eight goals either on or after the 90th minute of league matches, with only Sheffield Wednesday having scored more with nine to date.
That makes for interesting reading with both Fulham and Sheffield Wednesday fighting for sixth place and that last play-off position - and they have to play one another on the final day at Hillsborough.
Fulham’s eight last minute goals work out at 12% of all the 66 league goals they’ve scored this season - 66 being the second most goals scored in the division, just four behind Newcastle United.
Tom Cairney has scored three of Fulham’s second half injury time goals this season, his latest coming against Leeds United at the Cottage to grab a point at the death - only Blackburn’s Sam Gallagher has scored as many.
At the other end of the pitch Fulham have conceded just three goals either on or after the 90th minute, but their last was costly when Lucas Joao popped up in the 94th minute when Blackburn played the Cottagers to deny them all three points in the 2-2 draw.
Rotherham have conceded the most with eight followed by Derby with seven - both of whom are Slavisa Jokanovic's next two games.