Fulham v Wolves Preview
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By William Esler. Last Updated: 02/03/12 12:32pm
Fulham host Wolves on Sunday
Fulham will look to break into the top half of the table when they host struggling Wolves on Sunday.
The Cottagers have three wins in their last five league games, including an impressive 5-2 demolition of Newcastle and a hard fought victory in the West London derby with QPR last time out.
New Wolves boss Terry Connor is looking for his first win since taking over from Mick McCarthy.
He saw his side fight back from two goals down at half-time to draw 2-2 with Newcastle in his first game in charge, and will be looking for more fighting spirit during the rest of the season.
Martin Jol names his side for the weekend knowing Steve Sidwell is still out with a hernia injury.
Zdenek Grygera is also still on the sidelines having ruptured knee ligaments in November.
Sebastien Bassong could be fit to return for Wolves after returning to training.
Jamie O'Hara continues to have pain-killing injections to get through matches following a double hernia operation.
Possible starting XIs
Fulham: Schwarzer, Kelly, Hughes, Hangeland, J Riise, Ruiz, Murphy, Dembela, Dempsey, Pogrebnyak, A Johnson.
Wolves: Hennessey, Zubar, Berra, Stearman, Ward, Foley, Henry, Edwards, O'Hara, Jarvis, Doyle.
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Fulham v Wolves
Stephen Ward has described the anguish felt by Wolves' players after the defeat by Fulham, but says they must look to the future.
Terry Connor remains confident that Wolves can avoid the drop after the 5-0 defeat at Craven Cottage but knows it is vital to bounce back quickly.
Wolves interim boss Terry Connor was left deflated after watching Fulham crush his side 5-0 at Craven Cottage.