It is judgement night for Fulham and they look likely to fall short and suffer relegation at Watford.
A scattergun transfer approach over the summer has led to a lack of consistency this season and a defeat a Vicarage Road will see the Scott Parker’s men join Huddersfield in the Championship next term.
The points staying in Hertfordshire looks a likely outcome considering the Cottagers have not won away all season.
Saturday’s FA Cup semi-final means Watford may look to rest some of their big players but, after also rotating in the weekend defeat at Manchester United, they will still field a decent side.
Expect a home victory and, after a miserable campaign, it would be no surprise if Fulham went down with a whimper.
Wolves will be Watford’s FA Cup semi-final opponents and were perhaps distracted when they lost 2-0 at Burnley on Saturday.
After beating Manchester United to reach Wembley, the Red Devils have a shot at revenge as they return to Molineux.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer demonstrated some interesting tactical tweaks in the win over Watford and has his sights set on a top-four finish.
Three points here would not go amiss and the Red Devils can make the most of Wolves’ lack of focus.