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Fulham have been on a good run of form and go into the match against Nottingham Forest full of confidence. Their moves in the transfer market have been modest but it has been important for them to hold on to players like Ryan Sessegnon.
This is a Fulham side overloaded with talent that occasionally doesn’t perform as well as the players that are in the side suggest they should. They will be hoping to overcome an equally inconsistent Nottingham Forest this weekend.
The upturn in Fulham’s form has coincided with Bettinelli replacing David Button between the sticks at Craven Cottage. He will be hoping to keep his good form going again this weekend.
Ryan Fredericks has begun to come of age in a Fulham shirt. The speedy right-back will provide width and cover for the attacking players.
The USA international is a calm presence at the heart of the Fulham defence, and having played so many games for them this year, he cannot be overlooked.
Tomas Kalas had an excellent game against Barnsley last time out and will be looking to continue his good form this weekend.
Matt Targett came on at halftime against Barnsley and had a real positive impact on Fulham. Will surely start this game.
McDonald was at the heart of everything that was good about Fulham last time out, provides vital defensive cover, while also being able to break forward and help attacks – an all-round player.
The Northern Irish international is a tireless worker and a creative presence in the middle of the park for Fulham.
Having recovered from injury, Piazon can only go back to doing what he does best, scoring goals. He has a point to prove to a management team that has shown a lot of faith in him.
Being at home, Jokanovic may be tempted to start the more attack-minded Aboubakar Kamara but Johansen will provide solidity as well as creativity.
The young attacker managed two second-half goals last time out and will be hoping to add to his goal tally now that he is playing further forward.
The big man up front knows his role, which is to let the talented and smaller attacking players around him shine.