Cardiff captain Steven Caulker inspired his side to a vital 3-1 victory over Fulham to lift them to within goal difference of West Brom
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Fulham's marquee January signing Konstantinos Mitroglou scored twice for Fulham's U21 side this week as he steps up his recovery from injury.
Watch the Greek striker's goals against Aston Villa, above, including a stunning long range effort 43 seconds into the video.
Fulham are rooted to the foot of the table with just 12 matches remaining, but Lewis Holtby believes they possess the attitude and aptitude required to stave off relegation.
– Fulham midfielder Lewis Holtby
The belief is always there. We have to be mentally strong and that is the key to getting out of the drop zone.
There is enough. We have got the quality to stay up but we need to get some points.
We need to be solid at the back because we are conceding too many goals and that is a problem.
We conceded two in the last game, three last night, and that is too many.
John Arne Riise posted this picture on his Instagram after Liverpool's 3-2 win over Fulham last night with the caption:
"So disappointed about the result but great team effort again, keep going like this and we will be fine very nice to see my good friend Stevie G, best player I have played with signed the shirt for my friend kjetil jansrud, who won bronze at the Olympics"
Fulham head coach Rene Meulensteen felt his side were worthy of a draw against Liverpool after another strong performance in their battle for Barclays Premier League survival.
– Fulham head coach Rene Meulensteen
I definitely think we deserved a point.
If you look at the game, we got our noses in front again. We actually played quite well, were well organised, we didn't let them settle into a rhythm. They didn't cause us too much danger.
Out of a nothing ball, Gerrard made a pass with the quality he's got and they stuck it in the net so you have to start again.
We did, we took the chance which fell for us to see us go 2-1, but they came back.
David Moyes has responded to sections of the media and Man United supporters who criticised his tactics against Fulham on Sunday.
The Premier League champions pumped cross after cross into their opponents penalty box at Old Trafford; a tactic which Fulham found relatively easy to deal with.
– Man United manager David Moyes
A lot of people are looking at the Fulham game and saying we crossed it too much. If we hadn't crossed it they would be saying we should have crossed it more. We are coming to terms with it. We need the fortune to change.”
You need to have a football intelligence, a football brain, to understand first of all.
Fulham's Barclays Premier League home clash with Liverpool will go ahead as planned on Wednesday night after unions suspended a strike on the London Underground.
Just minutes prior to the announcement by the RMT union that it was joining the TSSA in suspending a planned 48-hour strike, Cottagers boss Rene Meulensteen expressed his confidence that the game would go ahead regardless.