Sep 20 2012 By Jacob Murtagh
MARTIN Jol hopes Fulham can end their miserable away record at Wigan on Saturday.
The Fulham boss has already seen his side lose at Manchester United, Sheffield Wednesday and West Ham this season, while they have a 100 per cent record on home turf.
And with trips to Southampton and Reading also on the horizon, the Dutchman is keen to cure their travel sickness asap.
He said: "It's very important because we managed just four wins last year and a couple of draws. That was not good but it wasn't bad either.
"We were on the fringe again. For example, Sunderland, West Brom, we were the better team away from home.
"We had a few draws away from home, like Norwich, Arsenal, just before the end. It was probably in the 93rd minute and in the 84th minute, so we should've done better on that."
He added: "I always say if we manage to get five or six away wins, I think we will do well.
"It's always the same in away games. You have to keep a clean sheet and score a goal, preferably an early goal, because that always gives you a cushion."
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