QPR manager Neil Warnock is set to turn to the club's kids for the final two games of the season - but only because he has no choice.
Warnock wanted to blood some of his youngsters once Rangers were safe this season but out of respect for the relegation battle he played a virtually full-strength side against struggling Watford on Tuesday night.
After beating the Hornets 1-0, Warnock was left with a fresh spate of injuries to midfielders Adel Taarabt, Akos Buzsaky and Alejandro Faurlin.
"I think the time for experimenting will be against Barnsley and Newcastle," said Warnock. "Although now it won't be experimenting, it will probably be whoever is fit.
"We are losing quite a lot of players at the minute and we haven't got that many. But I'd like to give Barnsley a good game and Newcastle a good game."