Gomes forces Fulham to play at bogey ground

Fulham 0 Tottenham Hotspur 0: Goalkeeper's saves take Cottagers back to the Lane – where they have won just once in 25 attempts

Hodgson urges Fulham to seize opportunity

Roy Hodgson has challenged his Fulham players to seize the moment and book their trip to Wembley.

Tottenham face injury crisis ahead of Fulham tie

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp admits he cannot fill his bench with senior players for the FA Cup quarter-final against Fulham after Jermain Defoe returned from England duty with a hamstring complaint.

Zamora calm over England chances

Bobby Zamora is not losing any sleep over his chances of an England call-up despite the growing clamour for Fabio Capello to take a look at the Fulham forward.

Hodgson counts cost of Europa success

Roy Hodgson was today contemplating an expensive, if historic night for Fulham after their Europa League exploits against Shakhtar Donetsk.

Hangeland inspires Fulham to win over Shakhtar

Shakhtar Donetsk 1 Fulham 1 (Fulham win 3-2 on aggregate)

Zamora's winner puts Fulham in driving seat

Fulham 2 Shakhtar Donetsk 1

County are caught out by Zamora

Fulham 4 Notts County 0

Elm ensures Burnley's poor run continues

Fulham 3 Burnley 0

Fulham brush aside Clarets

Fulham 3 Burnley 0

Hodgson predicts big future for £12m 'diamond' Smalling

Fulham manager says Old Trafford-bound defender has 'something special'

FA Cup lifeline keeps Stanley breathing

Accrington's run to a fourth-round home tie with Fulham today has saved the League Two club from a familiar fate

Defenders the best form of attack for Blackburn

Blackburn Rovers 2 Fulham 0

Stoke avert slip-up after skating clear

Stoke City 3 Fulham 2

Gomes redeems himself at the scene of his crime

Fulham 0 Tottenham Hotspur 0
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