WAYNE Routledge's ankle has been the only source of concern for Neil Warnock this week ahead of Saturday's trip to Doncaster Rovers .
The winger (pictured) complained of pain in the joint on Monday and was withdrawn from training until today (Thursday) as a precaution.
Providing he comes through the session unscathed, the QPR boss will have only one other decision to make - whether to reinstate Danny Shittu in place of Kaspars Gorkss in central defence now the Nigerian has completed a one match ban for the red card picked up at Millwall.
“I'm not going to make a decision about that until nearer the time,” said the QPR boss. “It's good that I've got all of them on form now. They all look sharp.”
Fitz Hall is fine, Warnock saying he was not even aware the defender was limping at the end of the first half against Crystal Palace last Saturday.
Rangers should not be too concerned by the fact they have only ever won once at Doncaster – and that was in the very first meeting between the sides in the north 60 years ago.
The Rs have lost on their last three visits and have never scored in the Keepmoat Stadium , but the teams' paths have only crossed on 13 occasions.
Two Kaspars Gorkss goals and an Adel Taarabt penalty sent 17 th placed Rovers away with a 3-0 defeat when the sides met at Loftus Road in September.