To answer the headline question - for the first time in three games - Fulham versus QPR is NOT a live TV game.

However, there are still tickets available for the Saturday, 12.45pm clash: details of how to obtain them are below.

What's the team news?

Fulham are missing midfielder Kevin McDonald as he serves the second of a three-match suspension for a straight red incurred during the 4-0 defeat by Bristol City last weekend.

Suspended: Kevin McDonald

Ryan Fredericks and Floyd Ayite are likewise sidelined through injury, and there are also doubts over defender Tomas Kalas for the same reason.

QPR will be without left-back Jake Bidwell who suffered a serious shoulder injury in the 1-1 draw at Burton on Tuesday, while midfielders Jordan Cousins (hamstring) and Yeni N'Gbakoto (thigh) are touch and go for the big west London derby clash.

What happened last time?

It was all Fulham last year. They secured a 4-0 win at Craven Cottage just over a year ago, and a 3-1 away win on an unlucky February 13 as far as Rangers were concerned - here's the Rs fans gallery from the game.

It was all the more a surprise as Fulham were winless in six at the time with serious relegation fears.

Where should I put my money?

According to SkyBet, Fulham are evens, the draw is 5/2 and you can get 13/5 on a QPR win.

How many away fans are anticipated?

QPR are hoping after an extra ticket allocation earlier in the week, they will have 4,000 in the Putney away end. And this after a traumatic week in which boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was embroiled in corruption claims.

This is where to get tickets

Tickets for the West London derby, (12.45pm kick-off) are available priced from £25 for adults and from £15 for juniors and can be purchased by visiting: or by calling the Fulham Ticket Office on 0843 208 1234 (opt. 2).

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