Fulham will be looking to keep up the pressure on the play-off places as they welcome Leeds United to Craven Cottage on Tuesday evening (7.45pm kick off).
The visitors come to the Cottage in fourth place in the Championship, eight points ahead of Fulham with the Championship's top scorer, Chris Wood, in their ranks.
The Cottagers, meanwhile, are still looking up at Sheffield Wednesday who occupy the final play-off spot, but are still well in the race after beating Preston 3-1 on Saturday.
If you can't make the game, GetWestLondon will have live coverage of the game from 7pm, with goal and match updates from kick off.
Ahead of the game, here's some key information for tonight.
When and where?
The game is at Craven Cottage and kicks off at 7.45pm.
GetWestLondon's Fulham reporter Ryan O'Donovan will be running a live blog from 7pm.
Fulham: Jokanovic's side have no new injury concerns, Lucas Piazon remains out with an injured jaw while Floyd Ayite remains a doubt for the tie.
Leeds: The visitors have no new injury concerns and both Charlie Taylor and Ronaldo Viera could feature at Craven Cottage.
Slavisa Jokanovic: "We are going to keep going and in front of us we are going to have the chance to play two of the top teams in this competition.
"We are going to test ourselves and we are going to find out where we are in this moment.
"I am not such a romantic man. I always want to win the game, and so I am always disappointed when we don’t come away with three points.
"Generally where we are right now, we can be relatively satisfied as we are around the top-six. There is a gap between us and the top-six teams and it is our target to push until the end of the season. We are still in a position to keep fighting."
Pep Clotet (assistant manager): "Fulham are very clear with how they play, they are very good at building from the back, they keep a high level of possession and use that well to create opportunities.
"We know they are a strong side, especially at home because they have the confidence to play their football.
"Their situation is slightly different to ours, every point is vital for them to catch the teams in the Play-Offs.
"We fight in every game, each match is very important and as always it is our aim to try and win it."
Fancy a flutter?
First goal scorers
Fulham : Chris Martin 7/2, Gohi Cyriac 5/1, Floyd Ayite 11/2, Sone Aluko 6/1, Neeskens Kebano 6/1.
Leeds: Chris Wood 9/2, Souleymane Doukara 15/2, Marcus Antonsson 17/2, Pablo Hernandez 9/1, Kemar Roofe 9/1.
Referee: Lee Probert
Assistants: Matthew Wilkes and Daniel Cook
Fourth official: Oliver Langford
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