It's been an encouraging first half for QPR, but they go in at the break with the scores level at 0-0.

Both sides have created opportunities, but the hosts have probably shaded it in in the early stages.

But who has impressed for the Hoops?

Three stars - Pawel Wszolek

The winger-turned full-back has been excellent in the first half.

His ability to defend comfortably, while also providing a real threat going forward, showing strength and pace to find his way to the byline has been a real plus and caused the visitors a lot of problems.

Whether he would be even more effective further forward is a debate for another time, but he's certainly showing his value at right-back.

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Two stars - Massimo Luongo

Out of play: Massimo Luongo

The midfielder has looked back to his best so far for QPR.

His ability to dominate the midfield, while also linking up with Ilias Chair and Luke Freeman to set up an attack has been a real plus, and has allowed the hosts to dominate play.

He almost scored an excellent opener, having a curling 25-yard effort ruled out for offside.

One star - Luke Freeman

The attacking midfielder looks rejuvenated after missing out against Preston through suspension.

Linking up with Luongo and Wszolek, Freeman has been a real creative hook between the midfield and attack, while also contributing to the physical battle despite his slight frame.

There's no questioning why Freeman has been QPR's top creative force this term, and based on this performance he once again appears the most likely to make something happen.