As you were for Rangers
QPR could be unchanged when they host Blackburn at Loftus Road.
Harry Redknapp's side climbed back into the automatic promotion places with a comprehensive 3-0 win over Bournemouth in midweek.
Defender Nedum Onouha is set to miss out again with a recurrence of his hamstring problem and midfielder Alejandro Faurlin is a long-term absentee as he recovers from a cruciate injury.
Winger Junior Hoilett, who scored against the Cherries, faces his old club for the first time since he left to join Rangers in July 2012.
Blackburn's longest-serving player David Dunn is back in Gary Bowyer's squad.
The Rovers midfielder missed the defeat to Ipswich in midweek as Bowyer exercised caution over the knock he picked up against Leeds the previous weekend.
Chris Taylor, a stand-out performer for Blackburn that afternoon, is also in contention again after missing some time through personal reasons and Scotland international Grant Hanley has overcome the arm injury which forced him off at Portman Road.
Adam Henley could make his first senior appearance as on-loan full-back Todd Kane has picked up five yellow cards, triggering an automatic one-game suspension, while goalkeeper Paul Robinson (back) and midfield pair Corry Evans and Dickson Etuhu (both ankle) remain absent.