Fulham’s top scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic is available to return for the visit of Derby County after serving a ban.
Aboubakar Kamara, who scored two goals in Friday’s win over QPR while deputising for the Serb, may drop out.
Derby will check on midfielder Graeme Shinnie (hamstring) and forward Mason Bennett (ankle), who were both forced off during their win over Preston.
Matt Clarke, Scott Malone and Tom Huddlestone (all knee) and Ikechi Anya (calf) remain sidelined.
- Fulham have lost just one of their past 14 home league matches against Derby County (W7 D6 L1), a 1-0 defeat in April 1969.
- Six of the past seven league meetings between Fulham and Derby at Craven Cottage have ended as draws.
- Fulham have a higher possession figure (66.6%) and high percentage of short passes (90.2%) than any other team in the Championship this season.
- Derby have not lost four consecutive away league matches since March 2017 under Steve McClaren.
- Fulham striker Aboubakar Kamara has scored doubles in each of his last two Championship starts at Craven Cottage, doing so in January 2018 against Ipswich and in their last home game against QPR.
- Derby have won none of their past 11 away league visits to London (D7 L4) with their last win in the capital in December 2016 away at QPR.
|Specsavers County Championship Division One, Kia Oval (day one):|
|Surrey 246-2: Borthwick 109*, Pope 78*; Coughlin 2-39|
|Notts: Yet to bat|
|Surrey 1 pt, Notts 0 pts|
Ollie Pope marked his England call-up with 78 not out for Surrey against relegated Nottinghamshire at The Oval.
The 21-year-old, who played two Tests last summer, has been named in a 15-man party to tour New Zealand this winter.
Pope has put on 176 with Scott Borthwick, who was unbeaten on 109 when rain ended play with Surrey on 246-2.
Last season’s champions Surrey started the final round of fixtures seventh of eight teams in Division One, and can only finish as high as sixth.
Bottom club Notts, chasing their first Championship win of the summer, made two quick breakthroughs after a 70-run opening stand between Borthwick and Mark Stoneman (31).
Left-hander Stoneman edged behind down the leg side off the bowling of Paul Coughlin, who also removed Jamie Smith for a duck in the same over.
But Pope and Borthwick rebuilt either side of lunch and put Surrey in a strong position when bad light and then rain brought an early finish with 26 overs of the first day still to bowl.