Fulham flexed their muscles once again as they took apart fellow play-off hopefuls Huddersfield in their own backyard in a 4-1 victory.
Stefan Johansen scored twice while Tom Cairney pushed Fulham's penalty woes further to the back of people's minds by converting his, while Scott Malone also got himself on the scoresheet once again.
David Wagner described Fulham as one of the best sides in the league after the game, where he saw his game plan picked apart by Slavisa Jokanovic , despite having the early impotence.
That win, combined with Leeds' defeat to Burton Albion, means if Fulham can beat Brentford they will all but secure a play-off place with a game remaining thanks to their superior goal difference.
Here's what we learned from the win in Huddersfield.
Jokanovic has the upper hand on Wagner
A 9-1 aggregate scoreline from the two Huddersfield games this season speaks volumes.
First Fulham beat them 5-0 at the Cottage in October and now they've beaten them 4-1 in Huddersfield, the first side in the Championship to put four past Town in their own stadium this season.
For the first ten minutes, Wagner's pressing game caused Fulham some serious problems and it was looking as though they would struggle to compete with Huddersfield.
But Jokanovic saw this and changed things, allowing Cairney to sit in deeper so that when the press came he, Kevin McDonald and Johansen could pick the space on the wings that was left.
Fulham never looked back once they equalised and I'm sure Wagner won't want to face Fulham again if they make it to the play-offs.
Johansen is in immense form
The Norwegian has been in sensational form the past couple of weeks, something that has seen the midfielder rise to the top of the scoring charts with 13 goals to his name.
It's not only his goals that have helped the side, however, he is as good going forward as he is in defence which was proved when his perfectly timed sliding challenge against Villa set the side on their way to their first goal.
It's no fluke that Fulham's form has coincided with Johansen's - he is an integral cog in the machine and it was extremely worrying to see him hobble off towards the end of the game, but he looks like he'll be okay for the Brentford match.
If he can continue this form until the end of the season, Fulham really could go all the way.
Fulham can see games out
Believe it or not, we did discover that Fulham can see games out, despite the 4-1 scoreline.
Hear me out, alright?
The first half was goals galore from the Cottagers, but the second 45 was a 0-0 battle where Fulham saw the game out thanks to some astute defending from Tomas Kalas and Tim Ream, while Ryan Sessegnon should've put his chance away to make it five.
If they get to the play-offs, they will need to see at least one of the games out and this victory will have shown Jokanovic that he has players that are capable of doing so.
After all, they coped with a resurgent Sean Scannell and Isaiah Brown in the second half.
One win and it's the play-offs
So this one everyone will know by now, but we can't write a list of things we learnt without mentioning the biggie.
If Fulham beat Brentford, they'll be in the play-offs, courtesy of that gigantic goal difference they've got.
As if a west London derby against the Bees wasn't big enough, this adds an extra dimension that will see the Cottage absolutely bouncing next Saturday.
What would be better than securing a play-off place by beating that lot from Griffin Park?