Fulham boss Scott Parker is wary of the threat posed by an attacking Bristol City side on Saturday afternoon.
The Robins, along with Fulham, are the second-highest scorers in the Championship, and head to London have hit five against Huddersfield Town last time out.
“They’re a good footballing side. “They play in a certain way, they’re an athletic side with good legs, and they’re a threat going forward. They play with two men up top, they changed it around last time and came away with a very good result against Huddersfield where they had a comfortable win and looked very good. We’ve gone through it this week, we know the problems they’re going to give us, but at the same time we’ll look to try and cause them problems as well.”
“They’ve had a bit of success against us over the last few seasons. Psychologically it’s not something we’ll want to dwell on, but they’ve come to the Cottage and got some good results. They’re a very good side, with a manager who’s been in and around this division for some time now, and a squad of players that’s been assembled for some time.
“They have a good squad of players, with good quality, and like you’ve seen this season, they can cause many a team problems. That’s suggested by where they are in the table, and they deserve to be there. It will be a tough game for us, we understand that, but we want to take as many points off as many teams as possible, and especially the ones around us.”