Fulham travel to Villa Park on Saturday to take on Aston Villa on the back of a 2-2 draw with Preston, where they showed grit and determination to come back from two-goals down.
Villa, on the other hand, went down 2-0 at Molineux as Wolves took as Steve Bruce's side were taken apart by their Midlands rivals who are now top of the division as a result.
We've taken a look at their last outing to see who is in and who is out of form after that game.
Our sister site, the Birmingham Mail , were at the game and rated the players on the full time whistle, and it makes for some good reading for Fulham fans ahead of the trip.
Here's how they rated the side:
Johnstone, 8 - Made two brilliant saves from Jota and Bonatini to keep to scores down and stop Wolves scoring the goal-of-the-season in the second half.
Elmohamady, 5 , Slipped up for the goal as he let Jota tee himself up too easily in the box. Couldn’t top off a fine week with Egypt with a positive result for Villa.
Terry, 6, Made two important blocks to deny Jota and tried to rally the troops but it wasn’t enough.
Chester, 5, Struggled to contain the free-flowing Wolves attacks and finished off a miserable week with another defeat.
Hutton, 7, Stamped his authority on the game with a fine early tackle to deny Costa as he filled in at left-back. Put in strong tackles and tried to get forward. Unfortunate to be on a losing team.
Snodgrass, 5 , Was involved in the thick of the action as he was booked early on and had Villa’s best chance when he struck the crossbar with a free-kick.
Whelan, 5, Saw a lot of the ball and got about the pitch but Wolves’ midfield were too dominant and it showed.
Hourihane, 5 , Looked fresh and put himself about in the middle. Got stuck in and was booked for his troubles. Didn’t create enough, though.
Adomah, 5 , Got caught out a few times defensively but tried to get forward when he could. Subbed.
Davis, 4, Tried to hold the ball up but he was easily dealt with by the Wolves defence. Struggled to impose himself on the game.
Kodjia, 4, Had a couple of half chances but generally looked frustrated as he couldn’t find a breakthrough. Ended up on the floor too often and was subbed.
Subs: Hogan (for Davis, 63), 5, Hardly had a touch when he was introduced.
Onomah (for Adomah, 72), 5, Tried to get the ball forward but Wolves were in total control.
O’Hare (for Kodjia, 78), 5, Looked skilful and direct
We launched our first Fulham podcast on Tuesday, called It's All White, where we chatted about the Preston game, Tom Cairney and a load more - have a listen below.