After the high of beating Derby came the low of losing to Watford for Fulham last night - and you can watch the best bots again here.
Troy Deeney's goal separated the two sides in a display which manager Kit Symons insisted showed signs of encouragement in his side's bid to beat the drop.
Symons said: “I think we deserved to get something out of the game. A draw would have been a fair result as it was pretty even-stevens. I was disappointed to concede from their first attack, but we haven't been defending set pieces properly of late, and we have to look at that.
“Troy Deeney is a good finisher in those situations. Their front three are all very bright and good at linking up play, and we had to stay with our runners rather than focus on the ball. At the same time, they have a lot of bright players, and if you focus on just one there are plenty of others who can hurt you.”