Fulham will make a late call on striker Bobby Zamora ahead of their crucial clash with Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.
Bobby Zamora could miss back-to-back Premier League games after giving his club an injury scare Thursday night.
The striker sat out training on Friday with a knee problem and will be given a late fitness test ahead of today’s match against Bolton Wanderers.
Zamora was absent for last weekend’s defeat to Swansea, but featured in the midweek draw against Odense when Fulham were knocked out of the Europa League.
Manager Martin Jol said: “He’s had it for the last four weeks – a niggling pain in his knee. But he played against Odense. I’ve got plenty of cover but it will be disappointing [if Zamora is not fit].”
Fulham can move up from 14th to 11th in the Premier League with a win against out-of-form Bolton, but Jol’s side have won just once in their last seven games in all competitions.