Fulham play Reading tomorrow in the first leg of the Championship play-off semi final and we've been building up to the event since the trip to Hillsborough.
We've spoken to the players on Tuesday and spoken to Slavisa Jokanovic while commemorating Fulham's Europa League final in between, and now we're speaking to the people who this game means the most to.
We caught up with Fulham Supporters' Trust (FST) board member Dan Crawford to get his thoughts ahead of one of Fulham's biggest games for years.
As a fan, what are you hoping from the play-offs?
As a Fulham fan I'm nervous at the moment, largely because of our records in the play-offs.
The closer you get to a big game the more nervous you get, but in terms of what I'm, hoping for I'm hoping Fulham go out and give a good account of themselves in the way that we finished the season.
Slavisa has put together a wonderful second half of the season run that on the stage this is we play a good game of football and showcase ourselves really well and do ourselves justice and we put on a good show.
I think it will be a very tight game so the key is to be in the tie at at the end of the first leg and hopefully ahead, but that may be a bit too much to hope for.
Do you think Reading may come with a plan to be defensive?
I don't know really, that''s the curios one because when they played at Craven Cottage previously they came and played ultra offensive and went to try and dominate the game and got dominated themselves.
I don't think they'll be doing that again and I think Jaap Stam has said he wants to play three at the back and go with these wing back and my concern about that is if you have defensively minded wing backs from reading they can nullify the forward raids that Fredericks and Malone, who I would expect to start at fullback, might make into reading terrority.
Knowing Stam and knowing he wants to play a particular way I don't think they will go ultra defensively I think he will see the value in coming here and making a statement and scoring themselves a couple of goals to put Reading in a strong position.
I think they'll be a bit more defensive than they were at the start of the season but they wont be 11 behind the ball.
What kind of team do you want to see, would you bring Chris Martin into the side?
I would play Martin for the simply reason in a big game, against old fashioned English defences Martin has the experience of the play-offs, he has the experience of getting to a final recently.
He will give you something nobody else in the squad can do which is to occupy those two centre halves and gibe them a battle, hold up the ball so that he can get into a shooting position or he can create chances for others.
I'd certainly start with Martin for the simple reason that he's score goals and contributed goals and assists for Fulham and without him the false nine against robust Championship defences can be a bit hit and miss, can work and I think we saw that in some of the games where he was out that it can worjkbut it can work much better later in games when people are tired.
I would think if Martin is there for 60 minutes, those centre halves, people like McShane and Gunther, are going to know they've been in a game and you can exploit tiredness behind them later on but I would be starting Martin because I'm encouraged that despite all the talk earlier in the season he wants to be here, he wants to play Fulham and he's put in some really good performances for us.
I think there might just be another one on Saturday.
Would you play Ryan Sessegnon, seeing as he is only 16, in such a pressure game?
Yeah, I think i would be playing him because he seems to have no fear he seems to be a very level headed young man and certainly more mature than the 16 years of age he is.
Theres no problem with his football intelligence, he makes all sorts of very interesting runs into dangerous positions which is why I'd be very tempted to play him in front of Malone, something that has worked well on various occasions in the second half of season, particularly at Newcastle.
But also you just look at his role in the goal against Brentford a few weeks ago, he got int a very advanced position and he could easily have a shot but he had the awareness and maturity to slot it across to Cairney and did something similar in the Hull City cup game for martin so I'd play him because I think we'd benefit from having him in there but I think every Fulham fan has learnt to trust Slavisa Jokanovic over the course of this season, almost all of his decisions have been spot on but I don't think it's a question of being able to trust Sessegnon in this game, he's proven he can do it.
Fulham have never won a play-off game, will these be the first?
You have to hope so!
I studied History at university and very famously Henry Ford said 'all History is bunk' and I think that this is a whole new side, Fulham have only played four play-off games and it's a lot less than anyone else in this play-off and a lot less than any team.
Equally it's been 20 years since the last one so none of these players are affected by that and it's a very confident bunch of players, we've seen that and they've gone on a remarkable run to get into the play offs so I'm slightly nervous about it because it's a big game, I'm not nervous about the history.
The message from Jokanovic and his coaching staff will be to go out there and improve why you deserve to be in this position and they'll start on the front foot and everything else after that is about dealing with the occasion and keeping calm and I think theres enough experience.
Malone said earlier this week about having the experience in the team about people who have the experience in big games and using that to guide other people thought it but theres enough experience in there of big games, both in England and abroad to settle the nerves.
The big one - do you think Fulham can get to Wembley?
You've got to be positive about these things - they've demonstrated they can beat reading at home by a convincing margin, they've demonstrated they can beat most of the team in this league fairly convincingly
We'll have a capacity home crowd tomorrow ready to roar them on and it will be some atmosphere tomorrow night so you have to be optimistic about these things.
Over a two game period I think we'll have plenty of chances to make an impression on Reading, and that's not to underestimate them, they're a very good side and well drilled and know what it takes to grind out a result so it won't be easy by any stretch, but I think we can get to Wembley and wouldn't that be lovely?
Dan is a board member of the Fulham Supporter's Trust and also edits HammyEnd.com.