QPR boss Harry Redknapp reckons he's got 'too many injuries' to run through ahead of the Boxing Day clash with Arsenal - but admitted Yun Suk-Young is out for up to six weeks with an ankle injury.
The Korean international limped off after 30 minutes in the 3-2 win over West Brom last week, and Harry reckons with the seasonal avalanche of games, he's no choice but to rotate his squad.
Clint Hill came on for Yun, but at 36, Armand Traore could play against his former club, with Hill standing by for a recall against Crystal Palace two days later.
Redknapp said: "We've got one or two knocks - and too many to run through really. (Yun's) turned his ankle and he's out for quite a while.
"We have got a few older players in our squad, and with two games in two days, we're going to need rotate."
Rio Ferdinand is likely to get his first start since the 2-0 defeat at West Ham on October 5, as Rs switch between another 36-year-old, and 35-year-old Richard Dunne, who has been a mainstay in defence since Ferdinand's loss of form.