Queens Park Rangers have been a huge disappointment in the Championship as they’ve lost their last seven games, so they’ll be desperate to put things right tonight.
The Hoops have taken a step backwards under Steve McClaren in recent times, which has seen them plummet down the table. And, things aren’t about to get any easier as they’ll welcome Leeds United to Loftus Road tonight, with Marcelo Bielsa’s side looking to go top with a win.
Indeed, supporters received some potentially encouraging news recently, as according to BBC Sport’s pre-match team news, Luke Freeman could return from a hip problem.
Freeman has been one of the standout performers for the Hoops in the current campaign, so supporters will be desperate to see him back in the side.
But, Angel Rangel and Geoff Cameron are out, which will be sure to disappoint supporters as the Hoops are going to need all the experience and quality they can get with one of the league’s best attacks rocking up at Loftus Road.
So, supporters have been handed some potentially encouraging news with Luke Freeman, who is valued at £3.15 million (by Transfermarkt), possibly coming back into the side. Indeed, the attacking midfielder’s pace, skill and passing ability could prove crucial in unlocking Leeds United’s defence.