Fulham can move a step closer to the Play-offs and keep building pressure on Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday when they travel up to the New York Stadium to play bottom of the league Rotherham.
The Millers are all but down with just 17 points from a disappointing season and need a win over Fulham on Saturday otherwise they will be relegated to League One.
The Cottagers, meanwhile, are just one point behind Wednesday, and can move into the play-off places with a win or even a draw, should Wednesday lose their game to Barnsley.
If you can't make the game, GetWestLondon will have live coverage of the game from 1:30pm, with goal and match updates from kick off.
Ahead of the game, here's some key information for Saturday’s match.
When and where?
The game will be played at Rotherham’s stadium, the New York Stadium, with the game kicking-off at 3pm.
GetWestLondon's Fulham reporter Ryan O'Donovan will be running a live blog from 1:30pm
Rotherham: The hosts have no new injury news, with Jonson Clarke-Harris missing through a knee injury, and left-back Joe Mattock missing through suspension.
Fulham: Jokanovic's side have no new injury concerns, Lucas Piazon remains out with an injured jaw, and Scott Parker will also miss out.
Paul Warne: “I need a performance similar to the Huddersfield game where we go toe-to-toe with them and give our fans something to cheer about.”
“I think they are the in-form passing team in the league. Them and Huddersfield are probably the two best at it.”
“I thought we played well at their place. We played a 4-4-1-1, and Izzy Brown was excellent for us in the hole. The game changed quickly when he had to come off regrettably.”
“I’ve been hugely impressed with Fulham, they love to pass the ball. They love to come through the centre of the pitch, and they are ridiculously quick.”
Slavisa Jokanovic: “Okay, Rotherham have not had the best season”
“We are favourites in this game, but this is the Championship and you never know what’s going to happen.”
“We have experience of playing against them at home when we played a very hard game and we came back to win. We know we’re going to find some long balls, we know we’re going to find some people who are going to attack the second phase.”
“I am sure we are going to dominate the game. They’re going to try and organise the counter-attack, and we must be ready and not expect any presents.”
“We have to be 100% focused. We expect to come back with three points, but we need to show a great level of effort, solidarity, concentration and desire to win the game.”
Fancy a flutter?
First goal scorers
Rotherham: Danny Ward 7/1, Dexter Blackstock 10/1, Jerry Yates 10/1, Carlton Morris 11/1, Jon Taylor 11/1
Fulham: Chris Martin 10/3, Gohi Cyriac 9/2, Sone Aluko 9/2, Floyd Ayite 5/1, Neekens Kebano 5/1
Referee: Tim Robinson
Assistants: Mark Jones and David Avent
Fourth official: Darren Bond