Have a look at the best photographs from Sunday afternoon's Craven Cottage victory over Aston Villa.
Rene Meulensteen was delighted to see Fulham return to winning ways with a 2-0 victory over Aston Villa.
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A Steve Sidwell strike and a Dimitar Berbatov penalty saw Fulham record their first win in seven league games.
Vic and Ivan showcase the behind-the-scenes action from before, during and after Sunday's clash with Aston Villa.
This week we take a short rewind to last season's clash with Aston Villa, and a single goal secured the win.
It's been an eventful period for Fulham of late. We take a look at the Twitter reaction to what's been going on at the Club.
Fulham host Aston Villa at Craven Cottage on Sunday and Billy the Badger gives his predictions for the Whites' match and all of the weekend's Premier League fixtures. Do you guys agree?
Ashkan Dejagah believes the Whites can beat Aston Villa if we can replicate our performance against Tottenham.
Fulham host Tottenham Hotspur at Craven Cottage tonight and Billy the Badger gives his predictions the Whites' match and all of tonight's Premier League fixtures. Do you guys agree?
Aaron Hughes looks back on the defeat at West Ham and targets six points from our Craven Cottage encounters this week.
In a thrilling game at St. Andrews where Louis Saha scored in under sixty seconds the points were shared as the game finished 2-2.
Barry Hayles scored twice and set up another goal to hand Fulham a deserved victory at White Hart Lane, the first since 1948.
Three goals in a 28-minute first-half spell for Everton should have been the start of a goals bonanza but in the end the home side were more than happy to hear the final whistle.
Chris Coleman's first game as permanent Fulham manager got off to a flyer, as did Fulham's start to the 2003/04 season, with a 3-2 victory over Middlesbrough.
Louis Saha's penalty ended Fulham's season in style as they finish with an away win at Charlton.
Two disastrous own-goals give jubilant Fulham victory over Everton at Loftus Road on Saturday afternoon.
Luis Boa Morte secured a valuable point in terms of both Premiership survival and pride as he scored the equaliser against West London rivals Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Mark Viduka scored a brace for Leeds United which meant Fulham's bad luck on the road continued, the game finishing 2-0 to the hosts at Elland Road.
Lee Clark was the hero as he scored against his former club to virtually guarantee Fulham's Barclaycard Premiership status next season.
Despite a battling performance from the Whites, Liverpool proved too strong an outfit at Anfield on Saturday afternoon.