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With Three Games to Play……….

Felix Magath, in the wake of yet another defeat, reckons Fulham will stay up if they win their last two home games.

With three fixtures to go, Magath is saying that we need to win two of them, a tall order when you consider that is something we`ve failed to do on a regular basis this season.

But, with three fixtures left, the indications are that six points gained will ensure our survival in the Premier League.

The fixtures we have remaining are:-

• Hull City (h)
• Stoke (a)
• Palace (h)

On paper they look to be three very winnable fixtures.

But are they?

Hull City will arrive with, quite probably, their Premier League status safe but Steve Bruce will spur his side on by claiming, even more so after being routed 3-0 at home by Arsenal, that there are FA Cup Final places to be won.

We`ll travel to the Britannia Stadium, always a difficult place to go, to take on a Stoke City side that are managed by Mark Hughes, a manager who had a spell in charge of Fulham and will want to show the Craven Cottage hierarchy a thing or two.

Lastly, we wrap the season up against Crystal Palace side that are on a run we could only dream about, five successive wins and a team that Tony Pulis has transformed.

Is anyone out there still confident?

I have my doubts folks!

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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday April 21 2014

Time: 1:01PM

Your Comments

Can do this - against Spurs, we just lost it on the set pieces - come on Fulham - three in a row please!!
I hope I'm not reading into Sunday's game too much, but when we went down 3-1 it appeared to me that the team kind of let down at that point. I worry that there's a mentality mounting that the games against Hull and Palace are "in the bag" along with survival. Those are going to be difficult games. What happens if we go down 1...2 goals in those games? Will we fight back relentlessly? Or will we just let down again...like we've done pretty much all season?
I also worry that GD will come back to bite us in the butt.

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