Fulham flexed their muscles as they beat fellow play-off hopefuls Sheffield Wednesday in their own back yard yesterday - a game that saw the Cottagers extend their unbeaten run to six.
In that six, they've dispatched Huddersfield too, something that will no doubt have pleased Slavisa Jokanovic as they head into the play-offs.
He made four changes for the game on Sunday, keeping his side ticking along nicely whilst also making sure those that haven't played as much were also getting minutes, with Denis Odoi and Neeskens Kebano particularly standing out.
As ever, our reporter was there, here's what he learnt from the game.
Neeskens Kebano stole the show
He hasn't been playing as much as he would have liked to recently, but the Congo international took his opportunity at Hillsborough and will have given Jokanovic something to think about ahead of the play-offs.
His two goals will have helped, of course, but for me it was his relentlessness drive down the flanks that was the main reason for his good performance.
Time and time again he found himself with the ball at feet, allowing himself to drive at the Wednesday fullbacks who didn't know which way he was going to go, and whether he was going to pass short back to the midfield or try to find Martin in behind.
So much of Fulham's play comes down the wings and with Sone Aluko and Floyd Ayite preferred in the run up to the end of the season, Kebano has had to wait for his chance to come again, but he took that at Hillsborough and now it's up to Jokanovic as to who he picks for Saturday.
It was only four changes but it keeps the side ticking
Sheffield Wednesday changed ten players, while Fulham only made four changes to their starting XI, but that will keep the side ticking along nicely.
Everyone knows momentum is key going into the play-offs, and there was no need yesterday to completely change the side and to lose that going into the Reading game where the team could've spent the first half getting the cobwebs out of the system.
I thought it was good management by Jokanovic to give a few more players a run out from the start, as well as bringing on Scott Parker for the final 15 minutes to give him some much needed game time after his back injury before the last international break.
Stefan Johansen was a big miss
We know the result didn't mean too much and that Johansen was rested as a result of the knock he picked up at Huddersfield, but you could see the hole the Norwegian left in the side.
His work rate is relentless and he fills the gap between attack and defence, and Fulham missed that yesterday.
However, I was pleased to see him on the bench because I felt he looked jaded against Brentford and wasn't up to his usual standards and this rest will hopefully see him back to his usual performances against Reading on Saturday and Tuesday.
He is a massive part of this team and if he plays like he can in the play-offs, Fulham have a very good chance.
Chris Martin was off the pace
That three game ban has hit the striker hard - he seemed off the pace for the majority of the game and missed an absolute sitter from eight yards out - the only saving grace was that the lineman's flag had gone up to spare his blushes.
He played the entire game, which he needed to do, but as a result Fulham didn't really have an outlet up top with Kebano and Lucas Piazon the two players who carried the attacking threat for the side.
Fulham, despite being the joint top scorers in the division along with Newcastle and Norwich, have been crying out for a striker all season and I think one will need to be signed in the summer.
I can see Jokanovic going back to his false nine which has worked so well over the past month, with Martin coming on from the bench if they need a goal.