QPR manager Mark Warburton looks set to make changes for the visit of Swansea in Sunday’s FA Cup third round tie.
Rangers go into the game on the back of a 6-1 hammering of Cardiff in the Sky Bet Championship.
Yoann Barbet (hamstring) and Charlie Owens (knee) have been long-term absentees, while Toni Leistner went off near the end against Cardiff.
Warburton, meanwhile, could decide to give Nahki Wells – Rangers’ hat-trick hero in the Cardiff game – a rest this weekend.
Swansea are likely to be without Dutch defender Mike Van Der Hoorn for the trip to London.
Van Der Hoorn suffered a recurrence of a recent knee problem during the 1-0 Championship victory over Charlton on Thursday.
He went off early in the second half, with Ben Wilmot replacing him, although Swans boss Steve Cooper does not believe it is a serious long-term issue.
Cooper made six changes for the Charlton game and more can be expected this weekend.