Queens Park Rangers head to Reading this weekend as they look to build on their dramatic 3-2 win over Millwall in the Sky Bet Championship during the week.
The Hoops were below par in the first-half against the Lions with Jed Wallace and Mason Bennett putting the men from the New Den in front but it was all change in the second-half.
Goals from Charlie Austin, Stefan Johansen and Jordy de Wijs turned the game around and all three are likely to start against the Royals.
Elsewhere in terms of team news, QPR boss Mark Warburton doesn’t have any fresh problems with long-term absentees Charlie Owens, Luke Amos and Tom Carroll all remaining.
The QPR boss may opt to make a couple of changes to his starting line-up, though, to keep things fresh.
In defence, Seny Dieng will surely start in goal and the back five may well remain the same.
We could see Dom Ball or Sam Field return to the starting XI, though, whilst Ilias Chair could also come back in behind Austin and Lyndon Dykes, whose hard-working performance on Wednesday caught the eye.
Dieng; Kane, Dickie, De Wijs, Barbet, Wallace; Ball, Johansen, Chair; Dykes, Austin.