Oct 21, 2013 at 8pm UK at ‚ÄčSelhurst Park
Crystal Palace
1-4
Fulham
FT(HT: 1-2)
Kasami (19'), Sidwell (45'), Berbatov (51'), Senderos (55')
Richardson (81')

Martin Jol: 'No further injury problems'

Jol: 'No further injury problems'
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Martin Jol confirms that his players returned from international duty in good health.

Fulham manager Martin Jol has revealed that his players have come back unscathed from international duty in the past week.

Jol also said that he was looking for his side to take advantage of Crystal Palace's poor start to the Premier League season.

As well as there being no further injury concerns, the club's official Twitter feed said that Jol was hoping for Aaron Hughes, Dimitar Berbatov and Scott Parker to be available for Monday night.

"Ian Holloway is doing a good job but the results are not going for them and hopefully that will continue on Monday," Jol said.

Fulham are 17th in the Premier League, four points ahead of 19th-placed Palace.

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