Michael Laudrup takes his South Wales side to Loftus Road.
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QPR could field a raft of summer signings with Rob Green, Fabio, Ryan Nelsen, Park Ji-Sung and Junior Hoilett among those set for their debuts.
Joey Barton starts his 12-match suspension, while Jamie Mackie (calf) and Armand Traore (hamstring) are out.
Swansea’s new signings Chico Flores, Jonathan De Guzman, Michu and Kyle Bartley are available.
The Swans must decide whether to select unsettled winger Scott Sinclair, who has refused to sign a new contract.
Two sides with differing summer fortunes go head to head at Loftus Road and it may well prove that QPR and Swansea City experience contrasting fortunes to their efforts of last term.
Mark Hughes has been backed heavily by owner Tony Fernandes who has forked out funds to bring in a raft of quality players who should help QPR improve on last season’s 17th place finish and a home opener against the Swans could well be a good test of how the West London side has grown over the summer.
Swansea City on the other hand have seen manager Brendan Rodgers leave and then return for midfield maestro Joe Allen. A fair few other players look unsettled and Micheal Laudrup will have to hope that he has the full backing of his players as the embark on what could be a trick second season in the top flight.
QPR 2-1 Swansea City
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