Date: 24th November 2017 at 2:20pm
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Craven Cottage hosts a London derby, against Millwall, this Saturday.

But what do the form and record books tell us about what to possibly expect?

? Fulham have not beaten Millwall at Craven Cottage, in a fixture in the second tier of English football since September 1978. But we should point out there have only been 5 fixtures at this level since then with Fulham drawing 3 and losing 2.

? The last time Fulham beat Millwall at Craven Cottage came in April 1999, when Fulham won 4-1, playing for the opposition that day was their current manager, Neil Harris.

? The 5-4 win away to Sheffield United, on Tuesday, ended a run of 6 games without a win for Fulham, with the Cottagers having drawn 3 and lost 3.

? In that 5-4 win against Sheffield United, Ryan Sessegnon became the first 17-year-old to score a hat-trick in the top four tiers of English football since a certain Dele Alli did so for MK Dons in March 2014.

? Millwall enter the fixture hoping to end a run of 5 games without a win, losing 2 and drawing 3.