Queens Park Rangers could welcome back akey player when they take on Bristol City on Tuesday evening.
With fixtures starting to pile up it seems that Mark Warburton is clinging on to the hope that his players can avoid injury with one in particularly a real concern.
Of course we’re talking about Geoff Cameron.
The Hoops’ skipper has been a key player so far this term but has been sidelined with injury over the last week.
Cameron picked up a knock in the victory over Rotherham United last week and sat out the clash with Brentford on Friday night as a result.
That was a game that QPR ended up losing 2-1, with the absence of the experienced midfielder a big miss.
But according to West London Sport, the American could yet be fit.
It’s claimed that QPR will assess Cameron’s injury today and make a decision on whether he’s fit enough to feature.
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To have Geoff Cameron fit would be a big for Queens Park Rangers.
The Hoops have endured a mixed start to the season and they’ll be hoping to go on a run as we move into the festive period.
Cameron’s involvement will be key to that.
The skipper adds a real composure to QPR’s defensive unit and so Mark Warburton will be praying that he is passed fit for the clash with Bristol City.