Much has been made of QPR's poor record at the City Ground, but the Hoops will traveling to Nottingham full of confidence.

Two victories over Wolves and Sheffield United have really set Ian Holloway's men on their way, and they'll now be hoping to use that positive feeling to end a lengthy winless run away from home.

But how will QPR line-up for the clash with Forest? We take a look at the options at Ollie's disposal.

Squad overview

QPR made minor tweaks to their team to face Sheffield United on Tuesday, something which Holloway make do again in an attempt to keep his team fresh.

Despite being without long term absentees Nedum Onuoha, James Perch and Grant Hall, QPR will welcome back Joel Lynch after he served his one-match ban against the Blades on Tuesday.

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Other than that, Ollie has the majority of a deep squad to pick from for the clash at the City Ground.

Our prediction

After two excellent performances in four days Ollie will no doubt be tempted to stick with a successful formula for the game with Nottingham Forest.

I'd expect Joel Lynch to come back into the starting XI with David Wheeler likely to drop out, while Holloway may also take the opportunity to make one or two additional changes to freshen things up.

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Jordan Cousins or Conor Washington could be contenders to drop out of the starting line-up, with Pawel Wszolek or Jamie Mackie contenders to come into the team.

Predicted XI (5-3-2): Smithies, Wszolek, Baptiste, Lynch, Robinson, Bidwell, Luongo, Scowen, Freeman, Washington, Sylla.

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