Blackburn Rovers will have their play-off credentials tested as they entertain Fulham on Saturday at Ewood Park (3pm).
A score draw away to Middlesbrough extended Rovers' current unbeaten run to three matches, but the result was marred by the withdrawal of Lewis Holtby with a knee ligament injury.
Rovers have established Ewood as a fortress so far this season, having not been beaten at home since September - a run that stretches to 10 matches.
They will need to work home advantage in their favour on Saturday as Fulham have harnessed serious momentum in their pursuit of West Brom and Leeds United for a promotion place and sit 3rd in the form table with four wins from six games.
Scott Parker's side achieved a run of results without star man Aleksandr Mitrovic, and the Serbian marked his return from injury with a goal in the 3-2 victory over Huddersfield Town, taking his tally for 19 to the season.
Here's a look at Fulham's injuries and availability for Saturday's encounter:
Fulham's talisman suffered an ankle injury against Hull in mid-January and there were initial fears that Mitrovic could be out for several weeks.
However, the severity of Mitrovic's injury was not as bad as Fulham had first projected and the striker was back in the starting line-up against Huddersfield Town, scoring and completing 90 minutes in the process.
Tosin Adarabioyo and Darragh Lenihan will have to be at their best if they are to contain the free-scoring Serbian, who ultimately should be operating at a Premier League level.
The 28-year-old picked up a hamstring injury against Charlton Athletic and Parker has insisted that he does not want to rush Knockaert back into action given the tendency to aggravate his current condition.
The forward has been a regular for the Cottagers since his loan switch from Brighton in the summer and has delivered three goals and four assists so far this campaign.
It was hoped Knockaert might have returned for Huddersfield, but it's expected that he will be out till after the trip to Ewood.
Although not quite as bizarre as when Mawson injured himself putting his boots on when under Claudio Ranieri's regime, the 26-year-old has not featured for Fulham since mid-January and the centre-back is unlikely to be available for Saturday's fixture.
Mawson endured a difficult year last season but has been much improved since Fulham's return to the Championship.
The defender had previously been linked with Liverpool and Tottenham before moving to Craven Cottage in 2018.
A recurring calf injury has plagued Reed so far this season, and has kept him out of Fulham's last six matches.
The former Rovers loanee has endured a stop-start tenure due to his calf but the 25-year-old midfielder has been a key figure for Parker's team when he has been available.
It's unlikely that Reed will be back in time for a return to Ewood.
Maxime Le Marchand
The former Nice defender has been sidelined since early November following a back injury he sustained during Fulham's victory over Birmingham.
Le Marchand had featured in eight Championship fixtures prior to that injury, and similarly to Mawson had made a steady start after failing to acclimatise to life in the Premier League.
It was hoped the 30-year-old would be available for the new year, but the centre-back's rehabilitation will continue this month.