There’s an absolute belter of a game from the Championship this lunchtime as QPR take on Wolves at Loftus Road, which looks the perfect way to kick off a busy Saturday of football (KO 12:30).
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10th takes on 15th as Wolves make the trip to London to take on QPR in the Championship’s early kick-off.
Wolves are just 8 points off the play off places but have been unable to get a consistent run going. The club have won three and lost two of their last five games in all competitions with four wins in five games in the league.
Last time out they lost 3-1 at home to fellow play-off rivals Cardiff City and will be keen to make amends.
New signing Will Randall, signed from Swindon midweek on an 18 month contract could come into the squad while Michal Zyro will miss out with Adam Le Fondre and Bjorn Sigurdarson in content to replace the 23 year old Polish winger.
QPR meanwhile finally got their first win under new manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink as they beat Rotherham 3-0 with Junior Hoilett and Matt Phillips getting on the scoresheet. The win came at the 9th time of asking and will have eased the pressure on the former Burton boss.
Sebastian Polter also showed that he could be the man to fill Charlie Austin boots. The German forward scored the final goal in the 90th minute to take his tally to 3 for the season.
Polter will have competition though for a regular run in the side with Conor Washington joining the club midweek.
The 24 year old has signed from Peterborough has been handed the number 9 shirt and is included in the squad for the clash with Wolves. The forward has scored 15 goals in League One for Posh this season and while no fee was revealed, it is believed to be in the region of £3 million.
The move of Washington is bittersweet as it is due to the departure of Charlie Austin who left for the Premier League. It remains to be seen whether newly fit goalkeeper Rob Green will play as he is linked to a transfer away from QPR.
Wolves won 2-1 in London last season but lost 3-2 at home earlier in the season.
Wolves have some significant injury concerns, in addition to losing striker Benik Afobe who joined Bournemouth last week.
Recent signing Michal Zyro will be unavailable – a bitter blow due to his impressively productive form since joining. Jordan Graham will also be unavailable as he is out for almost a year after suffering ligament damage in a recent game against Cardiff City.
These two injuries could leave the visiting side short of attacking threat. Wolves had won four Championship games in a row lately before suffering a heavy 3-1 home defeat to Cardiff.
The visiting side will be hoping to return to their winning ways against QPR to avoid slipping too far from the playoff spots.
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