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Cottage Cheese - Pre-season wrapped up

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Monaco GP: Tag Heuer Event Photo by Dan Istitene/Getty Images for TAG Heuer

The boys finished off the last week of pre-season with three contrasting results. Starting off the week with a loss at the hands of La Liga side Real Betis, which saw the side concede their first goal of the pre-season. A wonder goal and a late penalty cancelled out Woodrow’s equaliser.

The Cottagers penultimate game saw them come up against Portuguese outfit Nacional. Although the side did not score, they also didn't concede which is a positive improvement on last season.

Craven Cottage was the venue as Fulham hosted Crystal Palace in their final game of pre-season. The Whites beat the Premier League side 3-1 in a convincing win.

Betts enjoying a bit of Sone

Aluko settling in to life as a Cottager.

Gotta catch ‘em all

Bettinelli uses his catching ability to catch Pokemon.

Have the boys just seen the opposition’s cheerleaders?

It’s all smiles from new boy McDonald.

Tom Cairney looks young next to Boa Morte

Cult hero Boa Morte watches over his former side in his native Portugal.

Mattila will do anything for time on the pitch

First defeat for The Cottagers in pre-season, with a wonder goal to break the deadlock.

The only type of strike we want to see in London

A sublime strike from Woodrow to equalise.

Nice boots Floyd!

Betis player left in awe as Ayite speeds by.

Laundry day with another Whites clean sheet

The Whites keep another clean sheet against Portuguese outfit Nacional.

Home sweet home

Smith is relishing the start of the new campaign.

Donning his tactics

Jokanovic is shocked as he turns up to Wimbledon expecting tennis.

McCormack or McContract?

Injured or pushing for a move, this picture suggest Ross is staying.

Crystal clear performance by The Whites

Stellar performance by Fulham, as they see off Premier League outfit Crystal Palace

Ryan Sesseg-shone throughout pre-season

Future looks bright for Fulham starlet Sessegnon.