QPR: Rob Green, Nedum Onuoha, Richard Dunne, Clint Hill, Danny Simpson, Garry O’Neill, Joey Barton, Ravel Morrison, Junior Hoillett, Niko Kranjcar, Charlie Austin.
Croatian playmaker Niko Kranjcar is tipped to return whilst Kevin Doyle is also pushing for a starting place after both came off the bench in the first leg between QPR and Wigan on Friday night.
Wigan: Scott Carson, Emmerson Boyce, Gary Caldwell, James Perch, Rob Kiernan, Jordi Gomez, Jean Beausejour, James McArthur, Sean Maloney, Marc-Antoine Fortune, Callum McManaman.
Uwe Rosler is expected to be without Manchester United loanee Nick Powell due to a hamstring injury. Ben Watson and Chris McCann are long term absentees.
101GG Betting Tip:
With the first leg ending in a 0-0 draw and Derby brushing aside Brighton in the other semi-final, Loftus Road looks set to host a cracker of a semi-final second leg on Monday evening.
Much like the first game on Friday night, a tight low-scoring encounter seems inevitable and the atmosphere generated by the QPR home support could be crucial to Harry Redknapp’s side.
Wigan though never know when they are beaten and will be comfortable in the underdog role, having won the FA Cup and reached this year’s semi-finals under similar circumstances.
Undefeated in four, QPR are on slightly better form than Wigan and in Charlie Austin Rangers have a goal scorer who has decided many a match this season and could well send them to Wembley tonight.
101GG predicts: QPR 1 – Wigan 0
Some essential facts to help with online betting on QPR v Wigan
In three meetings between QPR and Wigan this season, there has been 1 goal.
QPR beat Wigan 1-0 at Loftus Road in March. Yossi Benayoun scored the only goal on 16 minutes.
The three previous games between QPR and Wigan, all in the Premier League, featured 10 goals.
Only three teams in the Championship, Leicester, Burnley and Brighton, conceded fewer goals than QPR (44) and Wigan (48).