Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner believes his side must make Saturday's game "very uncomfortable" for Fulham if they want to get anything out of the game.
The Terriers boss knows what Slavisa Jokanovic's side can do having been on the receiving end of a 5-0 thumping at Craven Cottage in October, but he wants his side to use the home crowd as their "match point."
Fulham go into the game having taken six points from the Easter fixtures , something that has seen them rise into the play-off places and close the gap on Huddersfield to just five points.
Wagner is aware of the threat Fulham's attack poses, but insists his players do not need any extra motivation despite that 5-0 defeat back in October.
He said: "Fulham is a tough opponent - I am not the biggest stats freak, but even I am aware they have the most goals and create the most chances.
"They are the strongest offensive team in the division. They have speed, have good ball possession and are strong on the counter. But they also have areas where I feel we can help them.
"We are looking to use our match point at home. To do that, we have to make it very uncomfortable for Fulham. They must not be allowed to have an enjoyable game.
"I don’t think the players need any extra motivation. The motivation is that we can make the final step to secure a play-off spot.
"Of course, we are aware what happened in the first game and we would like to correct that. But, for us, the situation is about winning this game to achieve something.
"We do have the chance to correct the first game against Fulham. But we will have to bring our best game and I am totally sure the supporters will be behind us to create a match-point atmosphere."