Manchester United  have began to pick up some pace this season having started to string together a few victories and their come from behind win at Old Trafford  last weekend looks to have been the dose of "we have what it takes without Fergie," that they might have needed.
Javier Hernandez has been the hero once again as of late but he is expected to be rested in order to see Wayne Rooney  and Robin Van Persie once again partner in attack.
The club's desire to get further forward against Fulham will also be seen with the likely inclusion of Adnan Januzay, Nani, Rafael and Marouane Fellaini.
Rafael was a sensation last season on the right side of defense and will offer much more in attack than Chris Smalling. Likewise Nani has been better in his last few outings and Moyes is likely to bestow some faith in the formerly out of favor Portuguese international.
United have not been beaten in the last 11 trips to London and with the Cottagers having only won one match at home this season they are not favored to get one over on the defending champions.
Fulham also have failed to defeat the Red Devils in their last six meetings in all competitions.
David Moyes knows that a victory for him and his side is very much needed while Martin Jol's job could be on the line if he fails to win once more at home.