QPR carved out a deserved draw with Stoke - but boss Harry Redknapp revealed he has three lining up for treatment on Monday.
The manager was delighted with the free-kick from Niko Kranjcar that earned Hoops a last-gasp point , but admitted the gamble to play both Jordon Mutch and Joey Barton backfired.
The manager said: "Niko's was a great finish. They were two bad challenges and Niko punished them."
Redknapp was referring to the fouls by Ryan Shawcross and Steve Sidwell that on another day might have got worse than yellow cards. Kranjcar made them pay in full, with his boss praising the midfielder's financial sacrifice to return to Rangers after a loan spell last season.
"It's very rare to see a boy do that, and he lost around a third of the wages.
"Joey and Jordon have both got hamstrings, and Sandro did his knee yesterday. At one stage I couldn't pick a team. Took a little gamble on Joey and Jordon. He (Mutch) had a bit of a groin, but now he's done his hamstring as well."
Rangers came back twice to level through a Steven Caulker header, and after former Rangers hero Peter Crouch put Stoke ahead again, Kranjcar was there to rifle home.