The hosts have won four of their last five home games, losing only to champions Manchester United, but the Baggies have won three and drawn one of their last five on the road
Kelly, Hangeland, Senderos, Riise
Duff, Dempsey, Ruiz
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Tamas, Olsson, McAuley, Shorey
Thomas, Mulumbu, Dorrans, Morrison
Expect Andy Johnson to start if Fulham can resist any late overtures from QPR, with Clint Dempsey looking for his third hat-trick in the space of a month from midfield.
Roy Hodgson, however, has a much longer injury list to contend with as Chris Brunt and Zoltan Gera remain long term injury concerns. Jerome Thomas should be back after picking up a slight ankle knock against Norwich, but don't be surprised if he doesn't make the starting lineup.
The trip to Craven Cottage is also likely to come too early for Paul Scharner. Expect the Baggies to reinstate Shane Long to the starting XI alongside Simon Cox, with Marc Antoine-Fortune dropping to the bench.
|DID YOU KNOW?|
- There have been no away wins in the 11 games between the two sides in the Premier League.
- Fulham have won four of their last five home games in the Premier League, losing only to Manchester United.
- The Cottagers are the only side not to have conceded any penalties in the Premier League this season.
- West Brom, meanwhile, have conceded seven - the second highest amount in the division.
- Bagges manager Roy Hodgson (right) has a win percentage of 34% with the Baggies, the same he had at former club Fulham.
- West Brom have won three and drawn one of their last five away games in the league.
- The visitors have kept just one clean sheet in their last 30 away games in the league.
- They have also scored the highest percentage of goals in the first half, grabbing a whopping 59% of their goals before the break.