Fulham’s surge up the Premier League table has hit the buffers after three successive defeats. The Cottagers have struggled on their travels but are a different proposition on their own patch, with only the top five having scored more goals at home this term. However, they were outclassed by visitors Swansea in their last Craven Cottage outing before producing an encouraging display against title-chasing Manchester United at Old Trafford on Monday. They will have happy memories of their last Premier League encounter at home to Norwich when they won 6-0. Paul Lambert's side have impressed many onlookers with their attacking philosophy, which has yielded an impressive tally of 41 goals. Talisman Grant Holt has led the way with 14 strikes - including a double to see off relegation-threatened Wolves in a 2-1 comeback win last weekend. It earned a first victory in five league matches and there was huge relief around Carrow Road at the final whistle as the hosts arrested their slide.
• Fulham have recovered the most points (8) from losing positions in home games of any team in the Premier League this season.
• Only Arsenal (19) and Wolves (14) have recovered more points from losing positions than Norwich (13).