QPR manager Ian Holloway says he has no new injuries worries ahead of the clash with Birmingham City.

Ollie handed a start to Nedum Onuoha against Leeds United, while Grant Hall made a second half appearance in the 3-1 defeat, and both players are in contention for the trip to St. Andrews.

The game comes too soon for Joel Lynch and James Perch, with the latter being 'a few weeks away' from fitness.

Ian Holloway amends QPR's preparation ahead of trip to Birmingham City

QPR have, however, been handed a boost with the return of Alex Baptiste.

The defender received a red card in the defeat against Preston North End meaning he missed the defeat against Leeds, but Ian Holloway says his return is 'a big boost'.

QPR defender Alex Baptiste challenging Chris Martin Gareth Copley / Getty Images

Speaking to the club's website, he said: "Baps is back from suspension which gives us another defensive option, which is a big boost after the problems we’ve had back there."

Jamie Mackie will be unavailable for the trip as he serves the second of his three-match ban.