It was a fiercely contested meeting less than a month ago and Pascal expects nothing less this time around in the FA Cup 5th round, a tie he hopes will turn the tide of fortune back in our favour.
"It will be a difficult game for us because some results have gone against us lately," said the 27-year-old.
"I think this game will be good for us to come back to form, we need to win and I think we will.
"I don't know why we have not done well because the team have not played badly. If we can take our chances against Fulham then we will come good again," added Pascal, who revealed that he used to watch FA Cup finals while growing up in Guadeloupe.
"This is the FA Cup and we know what to expect, but we so much want to get through to the next round for the team, Club and supporters.
"When I was younger I watched every FA Cup game I could. Now I am playing in it and maybe I can get another goal against Fulham."
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Pascal Chimbonda would relish a repeat of his goalscoring exploits when we return to Craven Cottage to take on Fulham on Sunday.The full-back secured us a point on our last trip to the venue in January with his first goal for us, but his second against Fulham, having scored for Wigan against Chris Coleman's side last season.