Fulham have had a topsy-turvy season this year as they have tried to adjust to life in the Championship.
Kit Symons will be hoping his side have a successful run in the FA Cup, starting with a third round home tie against Wolves on Saturday.
Two years ago Pavel Pogrebnyak scored a hat-trick as the Whites demolished Wolves 5-0 in the Premier League at Craven Cottage.
After the game Fulham manager Martin Jol, was full of praise for the Russian.
He said: "It's always nice to see players coming to England and coping with these stories about adjusting to England but right from the first training session he has looked strong.
“You need players who will give him the assists and then, as you can see, he scores with his right foot, his left foot and with his head."
With Pogrebnyak and the rest of the squad who were present for the Cottagers having moved on and both teams now in the Championship, Fulham fans will be looking for a new hat-trick hero this weekend.
On Sunday 4 March 2012 Pogrebnyak, now playing for Reading, put the hosts ahead in the 36th minute after heading home Damien Duff's corner.
Just before half-time Kevin Foley was guilty of giving the ball away in his own half which lead to Fuham's second goal.
Clint Dempsey played the ball out to Andy Johnson on the right, and his cross was met confidently by Pogrebnyak who beat Wolves keeper Wayne Hennessey.
After the break, Danny Murphy's pass sliced open the Wolves defence and Dempsey ran onto it, before going round Hennessey and calmly converting.
Pogrebnyak completed his hat-trick mid-way through the second half after converting the rebound from a saved shot by Johnson.
Recent Cottagers signing Mahamadou Diarra came on to set up Dempsey's second goal, who finished a superb flowing passing move to make it 5-0 and new Wolves boss Terry Connor, was condemned to a first crushing defeat.
Fulham's victory was the first time they had won three successive games since 2008, while Wolves conceded five goals for the second time in three to slip into the relegation zone.
The Whites went on to finish ninth in the Premiership whilst Wolves finished bottom of the league and were subsequently relegated to the Championship.
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