Date: 1st December 2017 at 1:17pm
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Two wins in the space of a week have galvanised those dreams held by Fulham supporters that a decent unbeaten run could see the side make a charge towards the Championship play-off places.

On Saturday, Fulham make the short journey to take on their West London rivals, Brentford, at Griffin Park.

Ahead of the fixture we`ve dug deep into the record and form books to bring you some interesting facts and statistics relating to the game.

? The last 14 competitive fixtures, in all competitions, between the two sides at Griffin Park have seen the honours shared equally with both sides having 7 wins to their name.

? Fulham`s recent record against Fulham is nothing to write home about, the last 6 games have produced just 1 win, 3 defeats and 2 draws.

? When it comes to home matches played in December, Brentford have a decent record. The last 21 they`ve played have yielded 13 wins, 7 draws and just 1 defeat.

? This season, Brentford have lost 18 points from winning positions, the highest in the Championship.

? One of the two wins mentioned in the introduction to this article saw Fulham win 5-4 away to Sheffield United. The 9 goal thriller was Fulham`s highest scoring league match since a 6-4 defeat, to Exeter City, back in November 1993.

? Ryan Sessegnon has been in impressive form for Fulham this season, the teenager became the first 17-year-old to score a hat-trick (against Sheffield United) in the Championship since February 2011.