Queens Park Rangers host Stoke City tomorrow evening in the Sky Bet Championship as they look to get themselves back to winning ways after a recent tough run.
Performances have been decent more often than not in recent games but the goals have not followed and again, the Hoops were victims of their own wastefulness at the weekend as Reading scored a late winner via Michael Olise.
They’ll be looking to bounce back against the Potters, then, though it remains to be seen if Bright Osayi-Samuel will be fit enough to feature.
He had to come off against Reading with an injury and Mark Warburton said he was hopeful of a return for the winger, though he didn’t want to give too much away:
MW is hopeful Bright Osayi-Samuel will be available tomorrow night, though he wouldn’t be drawn into giving too much team news away and didn’t confirm #QPR
— George Dagless (@georgedagless) December 14, 2020
Warburton typically keeps his cards close to his chest with team news and has done so here with Osayi-Samuel.
He’s been one of QPR’s brightest sparks this season and there will be natural hope from fans that he is fit enough to play.
Stoke, of course, will want to avoid coming up against him but it sounds as though Warburton is at least hopeful things are going to go the home side’s way in this situation.
Time will soon tell.