QPR welcome 5th placed Wigan to Loftus Road on Tuesday night in a play-off 6 pointer as both teams will try to secure their return to the Premier League.
QPR v Wigan kicks off at Loftus Road at 19:45 on Tuesday, March 24, 2014.
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QPR won in the last minutes of the match in Middlesbrough but have struggled at home this season, only winning one game at home in their last four matches. Manager Harry Redknapp will hope that the win on Teeside will boost his team as they seek to rediscover their early season form.
Richard Dunne and Danny Simpson are both expected to play, however Karl Henry, Kevin Doyle, Charlie Austin, Matty Phillips, Andrew Johnson and Ale Faurlin remain on the sidelines.
Wigan are currently the form team of the Championship winning 22 points from a possible 24 points in their recent fixtures. The Latic received more good news this week with Shaun Maloney and Scot Caldwell returning from injury. Both could play a part against QPR but will not be risked unless necessary.
Manager Uwe Rosler will be without Ben Watson, Roger Espinoza, Chris McCann and Leon Barnett remain out injured.
Possible starting lineups
QPR: Green; Simpson, Onuoha, Dunne, Hill; Carroll, Barton, O’Neil; Kranjcar, Hoilett; Zamora
Wigan: Al Habsi; Perch, Boyce, Ramis, Beausejour; McArthur, Tunnicliffe, Collison; McManaman, Powell; Maynard