Losing a two-goal lead to Hull City saw the London club miss the chance to move out of the drop-zone and they now face a Potters side aiming for a record points haul
The London club would have moved out of the bottom three in the Premier League had they not surrendered a two-goal lead to draw 2-2 with Hull City last time out.
Fulham's failure to secure three precious points ensured that they are second-bottom of the table with only two games remaining and in serious danger of dropping out of the top flight after a 12-year stay.
The Wily German was billed as a specialist at avoiding relegation when he replaced Rene Meulensteen in February but the 60-year-old is danger of losing his impressive record of never experiencing the drop as a manager.
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Aston Villa and West Brom, four and five points better off than Fulham respectively, could still be caught but their terrible goal difference ensures that they will surely not catch West Ham and Hull City.
A confident Magath, whose side face London rivals Crystal Palace on the final day, believes that the Cottagers are more than capable of winning at the Britannia Stadium.
He told the club's official website: "You have to take it as it is. For me it's a good situation because we know we have to win.
"We are used to it, in my opinion we have nothing to lose. We only can win so we have to go and win that game. The players realise it and I'm confident they will make a good game.
"For me, it [keeping Fulham in the Premier League] would be my most successful achievement. I have never been relegated and I'm a bit afraid of the situation, I don't know how it feels to be relegated. I am afraid."
Magath is hoping that key midfielder Steve Sidwell is passed fit after he suffered a kick on the knee against Steve Bruce's side though he is unsure as to whether or not £14 million striker Kostas Mitroglou (knee) is able to play any part in Saturday's crunch clash.
While Fulham are fighting for their lives, Stoke are striving to secure a top-10 finish in the Premier League for the first time.
The Britannia Stadium has remained a fortress in Mark Hughes's first season in charge, with Stoke suffering only three home defeats. One of those came against Tottenham last time out, with captain Ryan Shawcross sent off early in the second half in a 1-0 setback.
Shawcross serves a one-match ban in this match, while Robert Huth (knee) and Matthew Etherington (back) remain sidelined.