QPR will be without James Perch, Grant Hall, Joel Lynch and Nedum Onuoha as they take on Nigel Clough's Burton Albion tomorrow.
Onuoha and Lynch are still nursing hamstring injuries, while Perch and Hall have been laid low by a knee injury and tendonitis respectively.
However, the Rs could be boosted by the returns of Josh Scowen, Conor Washington, Luke Freeman and Jordan Cousins.
Cousins has not played yet this season due to a hamstring injury, but was back in training this week, while Washington, Freeman and Scowen have been nursing less serious knocks.
One player the Rs won't have to worry about is Washington's fellow Northern Ireland international striker Liam Boyce.
Burton's record signing, who scored an impressive 48 goals in 99 league games for Scottish side Ross County, will miss most of the season with a knee injury.
QPR will be looking to record their first ever win over Burton, having drawn one and lost two of their previous three meetings.
Their only previous meeting so far at Loftus Road ended in a 2-1 win for Brewers back in January, Washington hitting a consolation for the Rs.
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