As clubs gear up for action again following the international break, Fulham face an in-form Preston North End side at the Cottage as the Whites go in search of only their second home league win of the season so far.
With an important if slightly scrappy three points taken in Nottingham on Tuesday night, Fulham's attentions turn to the noisy neighbours down the road, and a visit to one-time temporary home Loftus Road beckons for the Whites.
Much was made at the start of the season that Fulham were amongst the early season favourites for the Championship crown this year.
Fulham continue to search for a winning run after falling foul of yet another late equaliser at the Cottage against Middlesbrough at the weekend. The opportunity to bounce back, however, comes quickly, as the Whites travel to the City Ground to face Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night.
Here at Fulhamish, we like to look at both sides of the equation. Few things this summer have divided Fulham's fanbase as much as the transfer of Sone Aluko, and so we thought, now that the dust has settled, that we'd take a look at whether the decision to sell our former wing wizard was the correct one.
Of all the games to follow up a nervy and grim defeat up north to Burton Albion, playing recently relegated Middlesbrough, on an all-competitions five-game unbeaten streak, and with probably the best strike force in the league, is one you'd probably want to avoid.
For two teams on the same amount of points, it would be fair to say that there can be found fewer larger contrasts in optimism for this season than between Fulham and Hull City.
When Fulham announced on deadline day that they were signing ex-Zenit St. Petersburg, St. Etienne and Monaco man Yohan Mollo on a free transfer, many responded simply with 'Who?'.
So, the World Cup Qualification break is over and it's looking far better for some of our internationals (Ollie Norwood) than it is for others (everyone else). However, on that note, everyone is back and hopefully focused on the important task this season, that of getting Fulham firmly back where they belong, in the Premier League.
So, the summer window has come to an end, and there are differing views flying around the Fulham fanbase as a whole.