Scott Parker has warned Fulham will not give up in the survival battle.

But Albion have the chance to increase their six-point lead over the 18th-placed Cottagers this week.

The Fulham boss was in defiant mood after his side conceded a very late equaliser in their 1-1 draw at Arsenal.

Albion have two games in hand on the Craven Cottage outfit as well as a superior goal difference.

Albion go to Chelsea tomorrow and Sheffield United on Saturday.

Fixtures for the first weekend of May have not yet been confirmed but Albion could play three times before Fulham next kick a ball.

Fulham currently have 15 points left to play for.


Asked whether Arsenal’s late goal meant their chances of survival had come to an end, Parker's response was emphatic: "No chance, absolutely no chance.

"This team has shown throughout this season that we can win games, we can come to big football clubs against very big teams and get results and performances.

"Six points is the difference tonight. Of course there is belief, if something can change that quick, then why would there not be?

"Of course we are disappointed, I'm gutted. The last two weeks have been a real kick in terms of that but as always you get up tomorrow morning, gloves back on, keep fighting and go again."