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Fulham could be without up to three of their key players for Saturday’s match against Hull City.

Goalkeeper Marek Rodak was sent off for the Cottagers during their goalless draw with Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium and will serve a one-match suspension for the weekend’s clash against the Tigers at Craven Cottage.

Rodak’s ban will mean that Marcus Bettinelli, who was previously called up to England squads by Gareth Southgate when Fulham were in the Premier League, will take over between the sticks having come on at the Riverside.

Midfielders Stefan Johansen and Harry Arter both missed that match through injuries and are doubts for the weekend. Arter has missed Fulham’s last two matches through injury, whilst Johansen has only missed one.

One midfielder who is set to feature for Scott Parker’s side on Saturday is Tom Cairney, Fulham’s club captain who came through the ranks at City. He made 80 appearances for Hill in four seasons before joining Blackburn Rovers – and will looking to inspire another Fulham promotion push. The Whites are currently a point off the play-off places.