Nottingham Forest head coach Paul Williams is wary of Fulham’s strikeforce but confident in his team’s ability to take three points from Craven Cottage.
Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele have scored 36 league goals between them this season and Williams acknowledges their threat.
But his focus has been on getting the best from his own side on Saturday, rather than considering how best to nullify their opponents’ threat.
Williams told Forest Player HD: “They’ve got two really good strikers who have scored goals for them this season, so that’s an area we need to be looking at.
“But the rest of it is going to be about how we approach the game.
“We are doing a lot better in my opinion – creating chances. Hopefully they will start going in and we can win the game.”
The Reds will once again be backed in large numbers and Williams is desperate to give the travelling support a victory to celebrate.
He said: “First and foremost we need to get a win for the fans, and secondly for ourselves.
“As players and staff we have to perform on Saturday and make sure the fans go home knowing the lads have given it their all.”