Sone Aluko has plans for his former side on Sunday.
The ex-Hull City player thinks the trick to a minor giant-killing will be for Fulham to get into their stride early.
Easier said that done, perhaps, after QPR knew what to do last weekend with a high pressing game, and Reading got the better of a bobbly pitch on Tuesday.
But Aluko, let go by Hull in the summer, thinks Whites can bounce back to spring a surprise, especially after they overcame Premier League Middlesbrough earlier in the League Cup.
“We will try and play the football we want to play and dominate the game,” he said.
“We did the same with Middlesbrough, so that was a Litmus test for this almost.
“No matter who we play our style is hard to stop once we get into our rhythm.
“You have to have a lot of energy to get the ball back off us and then keep it yourself.”
Hull appear the perfect tie for Slavisa Jokanovic’s men. A home tie against a struggling top-flight side is everything to gain and little to lose.
Aluko though glad the tie is on home turf, is not convinced.
“Just because they are struggling in the Premier League does not mean Hull are a bad team, so I wouldn’t say it is an ideal draw,” he added. “They have a new manager too.”
“The good thing for us is it is at home as we wanted a home game and we are very confident at Craven Cottage whoever we play against.”
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