Fulham will give late fitness tests to Bryan Ruiz and Aaron Hughes ahead of Saturday's crunch clash with Cardiff City.
Costa Rican international Ruiz hasn't featured since suffering an ankle injury against West Brom earlier this month, while defender Hughes has been nursing a thigh problem.
However, boss Martin Jol will give the duo the chance to prove themselves tomorrow before selecting his squad.
Maarten Stekelenburg is still out with a shoulder injury, so David Stockdale will continue between the sticks, while Matthew Briggs and Ashkan Dejagah are also sidelined.
The Whites go into the game in the bottom three after a shaky start to the season.
However, Jol hopes they've turned the corner following their midweek Capital One Cup win over Everton.
But the Dutchman has warned Malky Mackay's men will be no pushovers.
He said: “It's not going to be easy. They've only conceded four goals – there's a lot of teams conceding more than them.
“They look very organised, especially in the home win against Manchester City.
“They've got pace up front that can hurt you.
“They have a strong team and have invested a few bob as well, so it won't be a walkover.”