Queens Park Rangers take on Nottingham Forest this afternoon in the Sky Bet Championship as they look to build on their Good Friday victory.
The Hoops brushed aside Coventry City with a top performance as they ran out 3-0 winners and it could easily have been more on another day.
They’ll be looking to take that fight to Forest, then, and here are a couple of dilemmas Mark Warburton faces ahead of the clash…
Stick or twist outfield?
QPR were superb on Friday and Mark Warburton would surely like to keep the same outfield line-up if at all possible for this one.
However, with the game just two days after the last one, he obviously faces potential problems in terms of workloads and potential niggles.
The international break before that might allow him more wiggle room, of course, and will wait to see what he does.
A change in goal?
With Seny Dieng being rested on Good Friday after a lot of travelling for the internationals, Joe Lumley came in against Coventry.
He kept a clean sheet, too, as he dealt with the Sky Blues’ limited threat with aplomb.
It’s perhaps unlikely that he’ll remain in goal long-term with Dieng in such great form this season, though, and we’ll just have to see when Warburton opts to revert back to his normal number 1.