QPR manager Ian Holloway says that his side missed Massimo Luongo in their draw against Burton Albion, saying that his absence upset the balance of the team.
The Australian international missed the game with the Brewers through injury, meaning the Hoops have been without their key midfield trio for two-games running.
Speaking after yesterday's 0-0 draw, Holloway said: "I’m not happy with the point because I wanted three.
"I think we’ve been hampered a little bit because the midfield three so far have been sensational, and unfortunately we missed a different one this week, Luongo, and obviously that messes with the balance of Scowen, Freeman and Luongo, and dare I say Nedum (Onuoha) who wasn’t in there.
"I felt we got the balance right. We did pin them in, we did work it and try to get it wide. We didn’t just lump it.
"On another I think Conor (Washington) would have ripped the net. Sylla, bringing It on his chest and hitting it on the swivel, I’ve seen him do that time and time again in training and he doesn’t normally miss.
"We needed that, but we kept our discipline, kept solid and unfortunately we’ll just have to take a point."