Fulham welcome Burnley to Craven Cottage in a must-win game if they are to maintain their Premier League status.
Scott Parker’s men are nine points adrift with four games to go, having picked up just one point from their last six league matches.
Meanwhile, one more win will almost certainly see the Clarets – who lost 2-1 to West Ham United in their last outing - secure top-flight football for another season.
Fulham have no new injury concerns and welcomed midfielder Harrison Reed back to light training this week.
Tom Cairney is nearing a return from a knee injury but Monday's game comes too soon for the former Hull City man.
Burnley forward Chris Wood is available despite suffering a dead leg against West Ham, but Robbie Brady and Kevin Long remain sidelined.
Fulham: Areola, Aina, Andersen, Tosin, Robinson, Cavaleiro, Lemina, Anguissa, Lookman, Maja, Mitrovic
Burnley: Pope, Lowton, Tarkowski, Mee, Taylor, Brownhill, Westwood, Cork, McNeil, Vydra, Wood
- Fulham have won eight of their last nine league games against Burnley at Craven Cottage
- However, the Clarets’ last three wins have come on the road (Crystal Palace, Everton and Wolves)
- Parker’s men have scored just nine times at Craven Cottage in the Premier League this season
Burnley were left ruing missed chances as the points were shared when the sides met at Turf Moor back in February.
Ola Aina gave Fulham the lead early in the second half, guiding Ademola Lookman's corner past a helpless Nick Pope.
But the Clarets drew level just three minutes later through Ashley Barnes, who slotted home after some good work by Jay Rodriguez on the right wing.
The sides also met in the FA Cup this season, with Burnley running out 3-0 winners thanks to Kevin Long and a brace from Rodriguez.
How to watch
Monday's game is live on Sky Sports Premier League (KO 8pm).