Button – 6 - He could do nothing to prevent Derby’s equaliser, and produced an important save when David Nugent was clean on goal.

Odoi – 6 - Like Fredericks he worked the channels well, and played his part in the Whites’ first half attacking dominance but faded in the second half as Derby worked their way into the game.

Ream – 6 - Was at fault for Derby’s equaliser, failing to track Matej Vydra as he ran in behind the Fulham defence – but was generally far more composed playing the ball out of defence than Fulham fans have become accustomed to seeing.

Kalas – 6 - Back in the starting XI after being dropped for the Wolves defeat, Kalas grew into the game after a nervous start but showed a lack of communication with Ream on Derby’s equaliser.

Fredericks – 7 - His tireless running set up Fulham’s first three corners; mirroring Odoi’s positivity on the left wing as well as providing a last-ditch tackle when Derby threatened on the break midway through the first half.

Cairney – 7 - Back in the starting line-up, hopefully this time for good, he looked more composed on the ball than he did on his two previous outings at the Cottage.

Edun – 5 - In his first league appearance for the club since he signed in 2016, he almost cost his team badly at 1-1 when he tripped on the ball – practically handing David Nugent a 1-on-1 opportunity.

Norwood – 8 - With Cairney still lacking in match practice, he looked the Whites best midfield player, and certainly proved that when he fired a 25 yard free-kick over the outstretched arm of Scott Carson.

Sessegnon – 7 - The 17-year-old worked his way into good attacking positions as Fulham dominated going forwards in the first-half, running ex-Whites full-back Chris Baird ragged on more than one occasion.

Fonte – 6 – The forward’s hold-up play and interchange with Sessegnon on the wing was functional in the first half and he was unlucky not to grab Fulham’s second when he got in behind Rams full-back Craig Forsyth early in the second half.

Ayite – 7 - Created most of Fulham’s cutting edge in the second half with his typically assured runs down the right-wing, but skied a good chance to retake the lead from eight yards out.


De La Torre – 6 - Almost scored with his first touch when he headed an Ayite cross inches over the crossbar but did little after that.

Kamara – 6 - Provided Ayite with a glorious chance to go 2-1 up with 12 minutes remaining and looked potent as Fulham broke on the counter-attack in the later stages.