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After losing at the Stadium of Light, last Saturday, the first side to do so in a day less than a year, the faithful will be looking for Fulham to get back to winning ways this weekend against a Barnsley side who are twentieth in the Championship table.
The first, Floyd Ayite, is no back in training after a four-week absence with a hamstring problem, but is unlikely to be risked on Saturday. The second, Neeskens Kebano, has a calf injury and will be given a fitness test ahead of the game. The third, Lucas Piazon, is back in training after recovering from a broken leg, sustained at Leeds, his return could come in the new year.
Fulham’s treatment room has emptied with three players back in training ahead of the visit of Barnsley. Floyd Ayite, Neeskens Kebano and Lucas Piazon have all rejoined the first-team squad following spells out. Winger Ayite is the likeliest to be available to face the Tykes after recovering from a hamstring injury.
Midfielder Kebano will be assessed after he missed the defeat at Sunderland with a calf problem, and Chelsea loanee Piazon needs to build up his fitness following a broken leg.
Plain and simple, Fulham could not afford to throw away opportunities where they can climb the table and avoid claiming all three points, let alone any point, against the worst opposition in the Championship. Not only did Fulham accomplish such embarrassment by losing to Sunderland, they did so by being the Black Cats’ first victims of a defeat at the Stadium of Light in over a year.
While doing so, Slavisa Jokanovic continued to play Stefan Johansen up front while Rui Fonte was placed out wide. Because of these eternal square-peg-meets-round-hole tactics, Fulham was only able to put up 11 shots despite holding onto the ball for 66% of the game. On the other end, Fulham’s defense gave up an unforgivable 17 shots, to a side that was playing with five at the back and came into the fixture only averaging just 10 per contest. It was just meant to be that an unknown 18-year old named Josh Maja scored the only goal of the game.