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Hodgson is set to revert back to the second-string squad that drew 1-1 with CSKA Sofia in the Europa League last Thursday night after making 10 changes for Sunday's defeat at Wolves.

Simon Davies, Jonathan Greening and Diomansy Kamara are all likely to get another chance to press their claims from the start after appearing off the bench at Molineux.

Kick-off 8pm.

Fulham (from): Zuberbuhler, Schwarzer, Stockdale, Konchesky, Stoor, Pantsil, Hughes, Hangeland, Kelly, Baird, Smalling, Andranik, Duff, Riise, Dempsey, Davies, Etuhu, Greening, Nevland, Kamara, Zamora, Seol, E Johnson, Elm, Dikgacoi.

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