Queens Park Rangers travel to early table-toppers Hull City this Saturday, with Mark Warburton hoping his side can get their first win, in 90 minutes, of the campaign.
Rob Dickie has scored both of Rangers’ goals in their opening two matches with the equaliser against Millwall on the opening day one of the picks of the curtain raising strikes in the Football League.
Driving out of defence with the ball at his feet and letting fly into the bottom corner from around 25 yards, QPR’s attacking contingent will want to take their share of the goalscoring burden on Saturday and newly promoted Hull could the perfect opponent.
Just the one change here and it may even go on to be an unchanged side.
However despite Warburton being a very attack minded coach, introducing dynamic midfielder Andre Dozzell for Chris Willock and pushing Stefan Johansen further forward may be the way to go as Rangers look to up their chance creation.
Willock had a respectable 2020/21 campaign with three goals and five assists in the league, but he cannot match the creative numbers of the Norwegian and for QPR to fill the Ilias Chair sized hole in their attacking contingent, releasing Johansen is a must.
The Tigers will be buoyant from their crushing win over Preston North End on the opening day but will be weary of the threat the Londoners pose, many were tipping Warburton’s men to make an assault on the play-offs this term.