Tom Cairney insists that Fulham will go to the Madejski Stadium with every confidence of progressing to the Play-off final after their 1-1 draw with Reading on Saturday.
The two teams meet again on Tuesday night in a 7.45pm kick off in their second leg tie with the game finely poised thanks to Jordan Obita and Cairney's goals at Craven Cottage, with the winner taking all tomorrow night.
Reading look like they will be without their goalscorer tomorrow night after he was stretchered off at the final whistle on Saturday, while captain Paul McShane will also miss out after he was shown a straight red card for a studs up challenge on Kevin McDonald.
The game will also see the league's second best home record go up against the second best away record, and Cairney believes Fulham will go there full of confidence and with the belief they can outscore their opponents from down the M4.
He said: "We've won a lot of points from losing positions this season and we're quite high in the league for that and I always believe that we'll create chances and that we'll score goals.
"I think it will be just as tight on Tuesday but hopefully we can hit the back of the net.
"I think our away form has been brilliant all season and we'll go there full of confidence and maybe they'll come out more, especially at home, but they'll be a threat going forward and we need to be solid at the back so it could be end-to-end like it was a little bit in the second half.
"We have to do what we've done all season and what has got us into this position - we got to dominate the ball from the start even though that was very tough today (Saturday) and create chances.
"It may give us more room so we can attack a bit more but we don't know yet and it depends how they set up.
"It was really cagey first 20 minutes and you could see from the way they set up we cancelled each other out a little bit but there is a hell of a lot on the line so it's to be expected.
"There's a lot of ability in that dressing room and we're the highest scorers in the league for a reason and we believe we can outscore teams, especially over two legs and then it's a bit of a lottery in the final."