But the man who put Rangers back into the Premier League in 2014 is ruled out with injury. No self-respecting Rs fan will forget Bobby Zamora's last-minute hit supplied by Hoilett to beat Derby in the Wembley play-off final.
The big striker joined Albion at the end of last season and is suffering with 'soreness' - but the man who set him up for a bit of Rs history will get the outing denied him in the 0-0 draw at Cardiff on Saturday.
Head coach Hasselbaink is mindful two games in four days is an ask too far for some as Rangers look to finish the season in style.
There will be some changes at Ipswich," Hasselbaink told www.qpr.co.uk "and I put Junior on the bench for the game at Cardiff, who has been magnificent.
"He deserves to come back and there will be a few other changes as well."
Chances are striker Conor Washington will get a start in place of Sebastian Polter, with the possibility of Cole Kepekawa standing by to replace the veteran Clint Hill and rest his 37-year-old legs - or Gabriele Angella if recovered from injury.
And in a season where not a lot has happened, surely one more reminder of that glorious May day in 2014 can't hurt?