Johnson a doubt for Cats' clash
Martin Jol will return to the dugout for Fulham's visit of Sunderland on Sunday but Andrew Johnson remains an injury doubt.
Cottagers' boss, Jol, was absent from the side's respective games on Merseyside at Everton and Liverpool in the past week after being struck down with a chest infection. However, the Dutch tactician confirmed at his press conference on Friday afternoon that he will be back for the Black Cats match with his main injury doubt surrounding striker, Johnson, who is struggling due to a thigh problem. And Jol is looking for his players to pick up two wins from their remaining matches and comfortably pass the 50-point mark for the campaign. Jol said: "I'm feeling much better but it took longer [to recover] than I thought. I had an infection on my chest and I wasn't allowed to travel because it was contagious, but I feel better now. "On Tuesday night I had my computer and television so I had two screens to watch the match and kept in touch with the staff and players. We had to celebrate at home instead of in the stadium! "We want to end the season in the top ten and hopefully, because we do well at home, we can get the 50 points we want this weekend. I think we're in a fantastic position to get even more points on the board. "If we can get six points from our last two games we would finish on 55 points. This season we've played in Europe so to finish with 50 points or more would be fantastic."