Fulham got a major boost ahead of their tie against Wolves on Friday as Ademola Lookman bounced back from injury.
Ademola Lookman has recovered from a problem which saw him substituted in the 47th minute against Aston Villa on Sunday and is expected to be available.
While Fulham are counting their blessings with Lookman good to go, same cannot be said of Wolves who are still without dependables Willy Boly and Joao Moutinho.
Fulham manager Scott Parker says his side have to approach each of their remaining seven Premier League matches as if they are must win if they are to avoid relegation
Willy Boly remains out for Wolves as he continues to self-isolate after being diagnosed with Covid-19.
Joao Moutinho is unavailable with the groin problem he suffered on international duty while Marcal is yet to return from his own groin injury.
Going the way of records and history,Fulham have never lost a home Premier League match against Wolves in five previous meetings (W2 D3). Their last home top-flight defeat to Wolves was in August 1967.
Wolves on the other hand have won eight of their last 11 league matches against Fulham (D2 L1), with their only defeat in this run a 2-0 loss in the Championship in February 2018.
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Ademola and his teammates have no choice but to come out smoking especially with Coach Scott Parker insisting that every match of the remaining seven must be handled like relegation survival tie.