Everyone loves a bit of fan interaction don't they?
The place to see that was with Sky Sports' Fan Zone where a supporter from both of the teams would provide, let's say, alternative commentary.
And as Fulham and Blackburn prepare to lock horns on Saturday we look back to a match in April 2004 which was a classic both on and off the pitch.
Blackburn took all three points home with them when Jon Stead's late strike gave them victory in a topsy-turvy match – sending Sky Sports' Fan Zone into hysteria.
As soon as his Blackburn counterpart enthusiastically celebrated his side edging into the lead, Fulham fan Charlie Emmett looked to hit back, and the brace from Collins John provided a perfect trigger to release that celebration.
Unfortunately for Emmett, the match, played at Loftus Road, ended in Rovers victory and the Fulham fan had to endure the taunts of his acquaintance.
All of which makes great viewing below – alongside the goals.
Blackburn had been on a torrid run of three consecutive defeats, while Fulham were on a three match unbeaten streak, but the form-books were reversed in a seven goal thriller.
Andrew Cole – who incidentally moved to Fulham just months later - opened the scoring for Blackburn with a thumping finish from close range.
John, not to be confused with John Collins who played for the Whites until 2003, then doubled his Fulham account with a brace before half time.
Curiously, it was a sensational run of form for the striker, who had scored his first two goals just two days earlier against Leicester City.
John only managed a further 16 goals in 93 more appearances, wrapping up a bizarre career with the Cottagers.
Chris Coleman's side may have been fortunate to even be ahead at half time, as what appeared to be a headbutt by Fulham's Zat Knight on Stead 12 minutes into the match easily could have resulted in the centre-back being sent off by referee Mike Dean, although the official failed to see the incident.
Graeme Souness' men, however, weren't to be beaten and second half goals from Jonathan Douglas, Lorenzo Amoruso and Stead sealed the points for Rovers, despite Louis Boa Morte scoring for the Cottagers.
Blackburn's victory propelled them out of the relegation zone and onto a run of form which saw them win a further three matches out of their remaining five to survive the drop while the Whites ended the season in ninth.
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