QPR go into the weekend's game with Bolton Wanderers on a mission to get back to winning ways.

The Hoops are on a run of six games without a victory in the league, and a trip to face the recently-promoted Trotters is an ideal fixture to try and get the west London side's season back on track.

Ian Holloway's side put in a decent display against Sunderland last week, but a lack of ruthless finishing once again proved costly, putting Ollie's team selection into question.

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One XI not struggling for goals in Paul Hall's under-23s who put five past Charlton Athletic on Monday, with the likes of Olamide Shodipo and Reece Grego-Cox hoping that their form may start to put pressure on the senior squad.

Another player returning to contention is Jordan Cousins who featured against the Addicks, and told GetWestLondon after the game that he's declaring himself fit for a first team return.

QPR midfielder declares himself fit for first team trip to Bolton Wanderers after coming through clash with former club Charlton

But who do you think should start against the Trotters?

Should Ollie stick with a tried and tested formula, or would the addition of some fresh faces into the starting XI be just the tonic to end the club's winless run?

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