Leeds United's Liam Cooper and Fulham's Cauley Woodrow in action
For the first time in 2017, Fulham are looking down in the table at Leeds United who have slipped outside the play-off places.
Leeds have three games to rescue their season, knowing that victories in all three will secure a top six spot with Fulham and Sheffield Wednesday facing off on the last day of the season.
The first comes this weekend against Burton Albion, a game in which Fulham have their own inside man who will be attempting to do the west London club a favour.
Striker Cauley Woodrow is on loan at the Brewers, and has netted four goals since joining in late January.
Ipswich Town's Myles Kenlock and Burton Albion's Cauley Woodrow in action
Woodrow's goals have come in big games, against Wolves, Norwich, Nottingham Forest and against Fulham's local rivals Brentford.
The 22-year-old forward has started Burton's last two games and is in line to feature this weekend, along with ex-Leeds forward Luke Varney.
The bad news for Woodrow is none of his four goals have come in his last four appearances, but Fulham will be desperately hoping he can add a fifth to his tally this weekend and damage a key rival's play-off hopes.