One out for Cottagers' Royals trip
Midfielder Simon Davies is Fulham's only absentee as Martin Jol has a near full strength squad to pick from for the trip to Reading.
Davies has been sidelined with a hip problem and will not be fit for Saturday's game at the Madejski Stadium, but veteran winger Damien Duff is back from the bout of illness which forced him to miss last week's 1-0 win against Aston Villa.
Boss Jol said: "Everything is fine; almost everyone is back in contention. Simon Davies is still out, but that's it."
The Royals, who won the Championship title last season as they returned to the Premier League, are still looking for their first win of the campaign. But Jol has warned his players against complacency going into the game.
He told his pre-match press conference: "If you see their results, it's always close.
"They've got a few players who can make a difference and they play like a team. I feel that Reading could be higher [in the table] but they need that little bit of luck.
"It's the same all the time, they need a result so I feel we will need to play well and work hard to get a result there. For them it's probably more important than to us as they really need a result to turn the corner."