MARTIN Jol admits Fulham must address their nightmare home form to get their season on track.
The Whites have lost their past five Premier League games at Craven Cottage ahead of tomorrow's clash with West Brom, with their last win on home turf stretching back to the west London derby victory against QPR at the start of April.
And after a mixed start to the campaign, which has seen back-to-back defeats following their opening-day win at Sunderland, Jol admits tomorrow's clash is key, especially with a trip to Chelsea around the corner.
He said: "People said our away from was not good, I agreed, the only thing now is we need to get points at Craven Cottage.
"I see it as an almost must-win game, but it is for them as well.
"If we win then we will be fine then, if not there are teams around us and it's important to get out of the bottom."
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