Martin Jol and the striker clearly didn’t see eye to eye at Craven Cottage, although the Dutchman reinvested some of the Zamora cash by signing Pavel Pogrebnyak and the striker broke his duck at Loftus Road by scoring the only goal of the game.
The Cottagers are now looking for their third straight win in the Premier League and can be backed at 8/13 (Bet Victor) to beat a Wolves side who are scrapping for their lives at the foot of the table.
Fulham have not been too clinical at home this season, winning 6 of their 13 games in front of their own supporters, although they have looked sharp in recent games at the Cottage and Clint Dempsey has scored 16 goals this season and will be hungry for more in this game.
The American is an 11/2 chance (Paddy Power £100 free bets) to open the scoring against a Wolves side who are now managed by Terry Connor following the departure of Mick McCarthy and the former saw Wanderers battle back from two goals down to land a morale-boosting 2-2 draw at Newcastle.
Can the Midlands side build on this result and secure the spoils in west London? They did beat Fulham at Molineux in August before things went terribly wrong and you can get odds of 11/2 (Ladbrokes bookmaker) that the visitors win the game.
Another draw would be a great result for Wanderers and that outcome is a 3/1 chance, although Fulham appear to be in the zone at the moment and a 3-0 victory in their favour is a 13/1 chance.