- Sky Sports
Fulham host Crystal Palace in a crucial London derby on New Year's Day.
It will be the first time that the two clubs have ever met at Craven Cottage in a top-flight fixture.
Both sides are struggling for form at the wrong end of the table, but Palace know a victory could see them leapfrog their opponents.
The Cottagers have managed just one draw and three defeats from their last four league outings and now sit just one spot above The Eagles in 16th.
Chris Coleman's side have suffered six home defeats this term, a miserable record matched only by Palace.
However, Fulham have been handed a big boost with the news that Luis Boa Morte should be fit to return for the game after shaking off a hamstring injury.
French midfielder Steed Malbranque could also earn a recall after starting the last two games on the bench.
Saturday's encounter will be Iain Dowie's 50th in charge of Palace in all competitions.
He has seen his side suffer a worrying slide in form in recent weeks having taken just four points from the last 27 on offer.
His troops took an encouraging point from their trip to Tottenham last time out, but Dowie will be desperate to try and rediscover the winning feeling going into the New Year.
The Eagles will once again be without Finnish winger Joonas Kolkka who is still being troubled by a rib injury so Greek Vassilis Lakis should continue on the left.
Uruguayan defender Gonzalo Sorondo, who has been impressive in the team's last two outings, faces a late fitness test on a tight hamstring but should be fit to take his place.
Skysports.com prediction: 1-2
Palace to come out on top in a tight, scrappy affair.