Litmanen out of vital clash

Fulham striker Jari Litmanen is fit but will not participate in tomorrow’s Barclays Premier League clash with Birmingham.

Litmanen has recovered from the head injury sustained in training last week but is short on match fitness and has been ruled out of the Craven Cottage showdown.

Otherwise Fulham are at full strength and boss Roy Hodgson could give Diomansy Kamara a start following his heroics against Manchester City.

Provisional squad: Niemi, Keller, Warner, Stalteri, Bocanegra, Hughes, Hangeland, Konchesky, Davies, Andreasen, Healy, Murphy, Bullard, McBride, Kamara, Johnson, Bouazza, Dempsey, Volz, Kamara, Nevland.

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