Fulham edge out extra time FA Cup win at QPR

The Cottagers struggled to create much inside the first 90 minutes but extra time strikes from Bobby Reid and Neeskens Kebano proved the difference on the night.

Rangers were the better side in the opening stages as Illias Chair and Bright Samuel both tested Marek Rodak before the break.

The expected Fulham response never really got going in the second period with Joe Bryan’s snapshot the only real test for Seny Dieng.

But the Cottagers looked refreshed in the extra 30 minutes as Scott Parker’s charges showed their top-flight edge.

Reid proved the key in the door for Parker as he lashed home the breakthrough goal from outside the box before Kebano tucked home Josh Onomah’s pass to seal it.

Full Time at Loftus Road it’s QPR 0 Fulham 2

Premier League Preview: Fulham v West Brom

The Cottagers find themselves rooted to the bottom of the table with just one point from six games, with rivals West Brom only faring slightly better with three points on the board

Fulham boss Scott Parker has confirmed no new injury worries ahead of this game with Kenny Tete, Josh Onomah and Neeskens Kebano all ruled out.

Aboubakar Kamara will also miss out through suspension but Harrison Reed and Joe Bryan should both be in line to return.

For the Baggies, Slaven Bilic is still without Hal Robson-Kanu, as the Welsh international continues his recovery from a broken arm, but Irish defender Dara O’Shea is back fit to return.

The Croatian boss was pleased with their draw against Brighton last time out, but he could look to recall Callum Robinson and Kyle Bartley in West London.

And it will be a 5.30pm kick off on Monday night at Craven Cottage.

Premier League Preview: Fulham v Aston Villa

Scott Parker’s side have endured a tough return to the top-flight, with defeats against Arsenal and Leeds in the last fortnight.

The home side are in strong need of a positive result, and Parker should be boosted by a fully fit squad to pick from.

Bobby Decordova-Reid and Neeskens Kebano both impressed off the bench against Leeds and could add some much-needed freshness to the Cottagers.

Villa have fared much better in the opening weeks of the campaign, with three wins in league and Carabao Cup action.

Dean Smith also has no fresh injuries to cope with, but he is set to make changes for this game.

After changing his entire side for the midweek cup win at Bristol City, Smith will recall his big guns for the trip to the capital, with Tyrone Mings, Jack Grealish and John McGinn all coming back in.

Kick off is 5.15 on Monday night at Craven Cottage.