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Fulham open Craven Cottage for fans support ahead of relegation fight

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Felix Magath's Fulham have opened Craven Cottage for the fans to watch the players train in an attempt to gain further support ahead of their game against Tottenham on Saturday lunchtime.

The Cottagers travel to White Hart Lane knowing a third straight win is in sight following strong performances against Aston Villa and Norwich. They now sit just two points off safety following the 1-0 win in their most recent outing. They have four games remaining to continue their 12 year stay in England's top division.

They play Hull at home and Stoke away after Saturday's game before a potentially crucial game against a strong Crystal Palace side on the last day at Craven Cottage.

Fulham have seen three managers through the doors this season and have lost a league high 22 games, scoring just 34 goals and conceding a massive 74. However, with record signing Kostas Mitroglou not yet at full fitness, Hugo Rodallega will be key for Fulham's survival bid.

Steve Sidwell is their current top scorer with seven goals, ahead of on loan striker Darren Bent who has six alongside Rodallega.

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