FULHAM forward Rodrigo Muniz insists Saturday’s game against Cherries will be “different” to the recent clash between the two clubs, labelling Andoni Iraola’s side “a really good team”.

On Boxing Day, goals from Justin Kluivert, Dominic Solanke and Luis Sinisterra saw Cherries ease to a 3-0 victory over Marco Silva’s men at Vitality Stadium.

But Muniz, who played the full 90 minutes of that contest, believes playing at Craven Cottage will be a different story.

The Brazilian told Fulham’s club website: “We are working very hard this week to get the three points on Saturday.

“Always when we play there (Bournemouth) it is difficult. But at home, it is different, because our fans help us a lot.

“Bournemouth have played well this season. They are a really good team.

“They have good players. But let’s see. We need to win.”

Fulham sit 13th in the Premier League table, one place and one point below Cherries, having won just one of their last seven league matches.

Like Cherries, they have drawn their last two, 22-year-old Muniz scoring the first English top-flight goal of his career in the 2-2 draw at Burnley last time out.

The game kicks off at 3pm on Saturday.