Two relegated Premier League clubs will come up against each other tomorrow when Fulham host Cardiff City.
There will be a number of players with top flight experience on show at Craven Cottage including Whites captain Scott Parker.
And Terry Phillips from Wales Online says three of them who will be turning out for the Bluebirds will have a say on the result.
Fabio da Silva joined City in January from Manchester United and the full-back, who spent the 2012-13 season on loan at the Whites' London rivals QPR, is a real threat going forward according to Phillips.
"Admittedly he's not the best defender in the world and he didn't do so well against Wolves," said Phillips.
"But against Wigan he was a real nuisance and was man of the match. He can be particualrly effective against Fulham with his pace I feel."
Anthony Pilkington joined Cardiff from the other side relegated from the Premier League at the end of the season, Norwich City.
And while the midfielder hasn't played a lot of football lately, Phillips feels he could be a key man at Craven Cottage.
"He's not the quickest but he is a creative player and that makes him a danger," said Phillips.
"He is technically very good and is getting better and better as he goes along."
"Pilkington has only made the two appearances so far against Wigan and Wolves but we will probably start to see the best of him soon. Hopefully over the next 10 games he will reach match fitness."
Fulham have conceded nine goals in their first four games and Kenwyne Jones will need to be stopped if that figure is not to increase.
Then striker has three goals in three starts and will pose a real problem for the Whites defence says Phillips.
"He's 6ft 4ins tall and Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær has described him as being unstoppable and of course he has Premier League experience.
"He came in in January but did not seem very interested but this season he looksup for the challenge.
"He didn't play at Wolves because he's not 100 per cent fit but he's putting himself about and scoring goals and will be a real handful for Fulham."