I hope you've enjoyed some time off and had as good a Christmas as the Cottagers.
Fulham and their away following have completed another arduous journey, this time to Humberside to take on Hull City.
The lengthy Boxing Day journey to Cardiff City Stadium proved to be worth it with a 4-2 win over Neil Warnock's side.
Slavisa Jokanovic will hope to be at the start of a run of form that can replicate last season's play-off push as they face a Hull City side beginning to stabalise. They drew against Derby on Boxing Day and are looking for a second win since Nigel Adkins took charge.
So wherever you are, relax and follow all the latest updates from this afternoon's match.
So it’s finished 2-2 here at the KCOM keep an eye on getwestlondon.co.uk for all of the post match reaction and have a happy New Year!
Jokanovic will be very pleased with how Kamara and Kebano played after they were brought on.
Both had a trick and allowed the Fulham to keep the ball much better than their opponents.
Surely they now warrant a place in the line up against Ipswich on Tuesday.
What a comeback
A few boos from the home fans as the referee brings things to a close.
Great character shown by Fulham to grab a draw, not their normal passing masterclass but they produced when it mattered in the second half.
Corner for Hull
A reminder of how threatening the Tigers have een today. Larsson knocks in a looping corner but it avoids everyone and eventually curls out of play.
The fans roar ‘Come on Fulham’, as the Cottagers continue to press. Nothing clear cut though.
What a turnaround!
5 minutes added, could they get the win?
It had been coming and Kamara does it again!
Fulham continue to pile the pressure on!
Dicko makes his way of this time after a performance in which his strength has been a constant torment to Fulham’s centre backs.
On comes Max Clark
Sessegnon breaks free in the box again after a fine pass from Lucas Piazon.
The 17-year-old manages to nudge the ball out of McGregor’s reach. The ball eventually finds Kamara who can only mishit over the bar from what is a really good chance.
Physio are on but McGregor is fine to continue after colliding with Sessegnon
Up the pitch
Fulham’s heat map would have them much higher up the pitch this half.
Sessegnon’s attacking intent hasn’t stopped this half and he wins a corner which comes to nothing.
Yellow card for McDonald who prevents a Hull break with a foul.
Subs all round
Jon Toral makes his way off after a quieter second half. He really made the Tigers tick earlier this afternoon.
Ex-Manchester United striker Frazier Campbell makes his return as Hull look to kill the game
Odoi comes off for Fulham now and Lucas Piazon comes on. Sess drops to left back.
Bettinelli kept Fulham in the game, though not sure how much he knew about it. Great reactions as Bowen looks to complete a brace.
The keeper stays big and smothers the shot.
Kevin Stewart has been brought off for Markus Henriksen.
Fulham are at least appearing in the opposition box this half.
Good work from Kebano who’s trickery allows him to drive a ball in at pace but nobody can get a clear touch on it to capitalise.
Hull still threatening
The full backs are still providing a solid outlet for Hull as Ola Aina cuts in on the edge of the box to strike on target.
Shortly after, Jackson Irvine should do better when the Tigers outnumber Fulham in the box
Could have been level
Has a seed of doubt crept into Hull’s play? They give it away and Fulham attack down the left through Johansen.
A tidy pass from Sessegnon puts in Kebano who knocks it over.
Things are looking up!
That was well needed and could change the tone. Fulham still struggling to build up play but Kamara created trouble when he was isolated to get bundled over Hector to win the penalty.
Fulham are really struggling to defend from set pieces - even when a Hull player isn’t nearby. Fortunately they can clear it away.
They go for a more direct approach to Kamara who wins a penalty. He steps up and puts in a good penalty to the right.
We’re off again and Hull go straight on the attack, Bettinelli glances a strong Dicko shot over the bar.
Back on the pitch
The Cottagers return to the pitch first, and are quickly followed by Hull and the referees
What's gone wrong?
Well, Hull haven’t allowed Fulham to grow into the game.
When Ream and Kalas are on the ball they’re being pressed immediately and it just seems like City have an extra player on the pitch.
The black and amber’s defence seems to have left the Cottagers lacking conviction which has created chances for the home side from the set-piece.
It will be some going to keep such a tempo up for the full match, so there’s still a chance for Jokanovic’s men but they need to find a way to consistently distribute the ball.
Hopefully the Serbian can figure something out at half time.
This man will be happy
The ref adds two minutes on and Fulham eventually find time on the ball late in the half.
Tidy interplay from the subs wins them a corner.
It’s scrappy though and the ball eventually bobbles past the post.
The ball stays in the midfield for the remainder of the half
Jokanovic has seen enough and has subbed both Ojo and Ayite.
Aboubakar Kamara and Neeskens Kebano are on in their place
Dicko is released early by Toral - who has been a menace all afternoon - and uses his strength and pace to stay clear of the Fulham backline.
He makes no mistake and powers a shot passed Bettinelli.
It’s a long way back for Fulham now
Odoi loses the ball close to his area. Hull are really putting pressure on the Fulham defence when in possession.
They win a corner and after some sloppy play, Jarrod Bowen finds himself with the ball six-yards out.
An easy goal on the young striker’s return
After lots of gesticulating at the wall Larrson finally lines up. What a goal this would be, rasping effort but the sting is taken out of it by the tiem bettinelli makes the save
Stefan Johansen has been given a stiff talking to by the ref, for a Nicky Butt-style follow to prevent a Hull City break.
It’s not long before another is given in the final third. Seb Larsson earning his pay-cheque in free-kicks alone today! He cause trouble but Fulham eventually clear before giving ANOTHER free kick about 35 yards in the centre of the pitch
Tigers fans are loving this
Slavisa Jokanovic is on the very edge of his technical area with his arms wide as the Cottagers again struggle to play it out from the back.
Some Hull possession eventually leaves them with a free kick around 30 yards out. The City supporters are loving it!
A curling ball is well cleared by a booming Odoi header
Slav is practically on the pitch
The game certainly looks like it’ll be won and lost on the wing.
Hull are looking for every opportunity to release their full backs early in the transition and are often being successful without creating too much.
90 minutes is a long time to keep that up for however and it should leave plenty of space for Ojo and Sessegnon.
The Tigers are looking the more threatening team t the moment.
Get a foot on it!
Tomori was flagged offside in the last exchange and Fulham are really inviting Hull onto them.
The defence and midfield is compact but Hull’s defenders are really driving into the space that’s left for them.
Another nothing shot for the Cottagers as Ojo finds himself in the box but hits one over.
Fulham need to try and get some passing going but Hull are pressing hard.