Queens Park Rangers take on Coventry City this Good Friday at the Kiyan Prince Foundation stadium as they look to get themselves a big three points and kick-off the run-in in style.
The Hoops are probably going to fall short in the play-off race, of course, but 2021 has been a good year for them overall and a top ten finish is absolutely in the offing.
What are the latest headlines around the west London club, then? We take a look…
Latest on Stefan Johansen
Football League World brought the news earlier this week that Fulham are yet to decide on the future of midfielder Stefan Johansen.
The Norwegian international has been excellent for Rangers since arriving on loan and could well be available for a permanent move, if Fulham are in the Premier League next year.
However, FLW understands that a relegation to the Championship for the Whites could see them offer Johansen another shot at Craven Cottage.
Internationals being assessed
Mark Warburton has confirmed he has no fresh injury concerns at the club heading into this Friday’s clash with Coventry City.
He did, however, reveal to the club’s official website that some of his international stars will be assessed before playing.
Seny Dieng, Niko Hamalainen and Lyndon Dykes were all called up by their respective nations and, naturally, the medical team will want to give them the once over upon their returns.
Warburton discusses England u21 links
Finally, manager Mark Warburton has sought to distance himself from links with the England u21 job.
Aidy Boothroyd has come under pressure in recent days and a changing of the guard could be on the agenda in terms of the England senior team’s feeder outfit.
Warburton, though, has said that he’s just one of many linked and he’s reiterated he is the QPR boss at the moment, via West London Sport:
“I think I’m one of 27 people linked with the job.
“It’s always flattering to be linked. But I’m QPR manager, one of 27-30 names linked to the job, and I wish Aidy the very best.