Fulham take on Wolves as they look to keep pace with the top six sides in the league and hope other results enable them to sit in the play-off positions over the international break.
The Whites drew 2-2 on Tuesday with Blackburn Rovers after a late goal which stopped them breaking into the top six.
And Fulham will be out to make amends for those two dropped points when they take on Paul Lambert's side and take advantage of Reading and Sheffield Wednesday playing each other.
Ahead of the game, here's some key information.
When and where?
The game is at Craven Cottage and kicks off at 3pm.
Fulham: Scott Parker again misses out with a back injury, while Floyd Ayite is a doubt.
Wolves: Richard Stearman is ineligible for Saturday's game as he is on loan from Fulham while Ben Marshall could start after recovering from a dead leg.
Slavisa Jokanovic: “I expect something different (to the 4-4 draw). We played very well in the first 45 minutes and scored the goals.
“The second half we made some mistakes, they pressed us high and hard and were very strong at the end. They scored three goals in the second half and we equalised in the last moment of the game.
“I expect something a little bit different, I don’t expect this kind of result, but this experience when we played against them will serve us in preparing for this game that is in front of us.
“Wolves are in a relegation battle. The last few games they are in a good level of form. They won their last game against Brentford.
“It’s an aggressive team, it’s a team that competes very well, it’s a very fast attacking side, and it’s another tough game in front of us.
“We are in our battle, we need the points, and we’re going to try and find our best performance to win the points.”
Paul Lambert: “It’s important to go to Fulham and try to win - we will try to do the same as what we’ve been doing and try to win.
“We’re up against probably the best footballing team in the league, in my opinion.
“We had a cracking game with them at Molineux in December. They're just outside the play-offs, they've been doing it for a few years, playing that way - it’s a game that we’re going to try and win, if we do what we’ve done the last couple of weeks then we’ll have a good chance.
“They may be feeling a bit more anxious because they’re playing at home, the expectancy level can be higher - all fans think that their team should be higher than they actually are.
“Fulham may be in that category, but as a football team, they're very good.”
Fancy a flutter?
First goal scorers
Fulham: Chris Martin 7/2, Sone Aluko, Gohi Cyriac 5/1, Tom Cairney, Neeskens Kebano 11/2, Ryan Sessegnon, Stefan Johansen 7/1
Wolves: Helder Costa 8/1, David Edwards, Nouha Dicko, Andreas Weimann, Jon Dadi Bodvarsson 9/1, Joe Mason 10/1
Referee – Christopher Kavanagh
Assistants – John Flynn and Mark Pottage
Fourth Official – Neil Davies