For the fourth time in under a year, Fulham fans will make the short and unnecessarily arduous trip up the M4 to face Reading at the Madjeski Stadium. To pretty much everybody's displeasure, Fulham will start their away campaign in the exact place that it ended so agonisingly last season.
On a day when the government announced a surprise sharp decline in inflation, it was ironic of Leeds United to announce that Fulham's travelling support would be charged up to £42 for the upcoming Tuesday evening clash at Elland Road.
It's the award everybody wants, the inaugural Fulhamish End of Season Awards are here!
Well here we go - one of the biggest run-ins for many a year. Five games stand between Slav's men and an elusive spot in the play-offs. It's still in completely our hands, but the room for manoeuvre has well and truly expired.
Crunch time is well and truly upon us at the Cottage on Saturday with Ipswich the latest obstacle in the hunt for that all important 6th place finish.
Fulham are out west again on Saturday as we visit the Cardiff City Stadium for the second time in under two months. Fulham were victorious in Wales that time, but this match looks to be a far different kind of encounter.
Fulham face their fourth consecutive league away game on Saturday against mid-table Birmingham City, the second trip to the Midlands in just three days.
It's take two for Reading vs Fulham as the Whites look to gain ground on the play-off pack in their re-arranged game at the Madjeski Stadium.
The big games come thick and fast for Slaviša's men as we're on the road once again, making the short trip up the M4 for a stern test against third placed Reading.
Fulham face an in-form Derby side on Saturday who travel to the Cottage looking for an 8th successive victory. It'll be an extremely tough test for Slaviša's men who will once again have to prove their credentials against a red hot side.