The Dutchman denies any accusations of wrongdoing.
Fulham have won seven of their last eight league contests with west London rivals Queens Park Rangers, losing the other.
QPR are without a win in their last six visits to Craven Cottage, losing the last five in a row (D1). The R’s haven’t won there since January 1980 when Gary Waddock and Steve Burke scored in a 2-0 victory.
Fulham have netted 22 goals in the last eight league meetings, an average of 2.8 per game.
Whites midfielder Tom Cairney is the top chance creator in the Championship this season, making 34 chances for his team-mates. However, only one of those has led to an assist.
Rangers scored their first goal from open play this season through Sebastian Polter’s equaliser against Burton. The previous 11 all came from set pieces.
A third of QPR’s goals this season have come from the penalty spot (4 out of 12), while Fulham are yet to be awarded a penalty this season.