The central defender, who has been in fine form since pre-season, knows that the creditable display againsy Liverpool will count for little if three points are not collected when home advantage is in our favour.
"We need to try and get three points after getting a decent result at Anfield," he stated. "Fulham are a decent team but, if we get on top of them, they can be beaten."
Things have been pretty quiet on the Fulham front in recent times, with the club attracting little in the way of the media exposure they have received in the last couple of seasons. Anthony feels this is way manager Chris Coleman would want it
"I thing they are just going about their business. Chris Coleman doesn't shout about things too much in public, he is a relatively new manager in the Premiership and is keeping things quiet.
"He is getting them playing football and they are a good team, a good passing team.
"With that in mind you've got to get into them and stamp your authority on the game - we will be aiming to do that."
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Anthony Gardner says the team must extract maximum reward from the home game with Fulham to realise the value of the hard won point at Anfield.