Fulham will check on defender Fernando Amorebieta in the morning after he was forced off in the 2-2 draw with Blackpool.
The left-back, making his first appearance since suffering a knee injury at Middlesbrough a month ago, limped out of the action before the break.
And boss Kit Symons is keeping his fingers crossed the Venezuelan will be available for Saturday's home clash with Huddersfield.
He said: "It's not the same injury. He has been flying in training but got a kick, which is a blow.
"We need to check him out tomorrow. He seemed to be moving better afterwards so fingers crossed.”
Meanwhile, right-back Tim Hoogland is unlikely to be ready in time for the visit of the Terriers as he battles to overcome a pelvic problem.
Goals from Scott Parker and Bryan Ruiz rescued a point for the Cottagers after they came from 2-0 down to deny Lee Clark a winning return to Craven Cottage.