Queens Park Rangers will host Derby County on Saturday afternoon at Loftus Road as they look to build on their midweek win.
Steve McClaren’s side recorded a 1-0 victory against Reading in their last Championship fixture, ending a run of two league games without a win.
McClaren, who is facing one of his former clubs, will be able to call upon Tomer Hemed for the game as he has been passed fit.
The striker, who is on loan from Brighton and Hove Albion, made a return to the side as a substitute in their midweek game after suffering with a small knock.
Geoff Cameron could also provide the Rs with some positive news as he played the full 90 minutes against Reading and could look to do the same on Saturday.
Eberechi Eze will be full of confidence after earning an England Under-20 call-up and will likely continue to lead the line.
McClaren’s side will be delighted to have had the timely boosts as they prepare to play a side that has enjoyed life under Frank Lampard.
However, they will know that their recent record against the Rams is not very good and they will need to play at their very best to ensure they pick up at least a point.
QPR will be turning to the likes of Eze to continue his fine form this season and help lead them to a positive result in front of a home crowd.
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