LIKE London buses – QPR had no established left-back for a while – and then three came along at once.
Boss Neil Warnock admits he is spoilt for choice going into Saturday’s clash at home to Cardiff, with Dusko Tosic having made an eye-catching debut in last week’s 2-0 at Crystal Palace, and Gary Borrowdale on his way back from a loan spell with Charlton.
In addition, the manager also has Wolves loanee Matt Hill waiting in the wings.
He said: "Of course, it would be pretty hard to drop Dusko after last week – but I’ve yet to have a look at Gary, and having got games under his belt at Charlton – I want to see him too before the end of the season."
However, on the other defensive flank, it looks as if Mikele Leigertwood will have to plug the gap with injuries to Damion Stewart and Matt Connolly demanding a reshuffle of the back four.
And Warnock has warned his troops high-flying Cardiff will be up for the trip to Loftus Road.
He added: "It would be good for the Premiership if Cardiff eventually made it – and I hope they do after Saturday.
"They have been knocking on the door for a while now, and I like the way they play. There has been a lot said about Whittingham and Chopra this season – but I also like the look of Chris Burke.
"He’s done well for them on the wing – but at least we’ve got enough bodies to hopefully deal with him."
Gavin Mahon (midfield), Martin Rowlands (midfield), and Connolly (defence) are all ruled out for the rest of the season.