Jol Previews Blues Test
Fulham boss says Everton have many strengths ahead of Sunday.
Fulham manager Martin Jol believes Everton are a team that are strong in all areas of the pitch ahead of Sunday's lunchtime fixture at Craven Cottage.
The Blues are looking for only their second ever Premier League away win against Fulham, who have only won once in the league this season.
Jol is preparing to face David Moyes for the first time since taking over as Cottagers manager in June and is hoping that Fulham's impressive home record can prove decisive as he looks to guide his side away from the bottom three,
"Everton have a very good back four, the midfield is steady, up-front there is Saha, who has had his injury problems but when he is fit he is a quality striker," said Jol.
"Tim Cahill plays in the hole and he is one of the best jumpers in the Premier League, so they have a few strengths.
"But hopefully we can exploit their weaknesses - seeing how we played at home against QPR I think we can cause them a few problems."
Danny Murphy missed Fulham's Europa League defeat to Wisla Krakow on Thursday but Jol confirmed that the former Liverpool man came through training on Friday and should feature against the Blues.
He said: "Everybody trained today, Danny Murphy trained and he was fine touch wood, Brian Ruiz and Phillipe Senderos were both okay as well.
"The only one that is out is Orlando Sa who has a hamstring injury and will be out for a copuple of weeks."