Derby County will have to do without George Thorne for their trip to Loftus Road but otherwise appear to have a clean bill of health ahead of their match with QPR .
Thorne will miss the trip to Loftus road after he limped off in second half of the 2-1 home defeat to Fulham.
Derby boss Gary Rowett said: "We've got a few little knocks, which you'd understand after that type of game (against Fulham), but I think there's only really George who is actually injured at this point.
"He actually did his calf - I initially thought he'd done his quad - so I think he's going to be out for two to three weeks, which is disappointing for him, having come back from a back injury in the previous game.
"I think everyone else is more or less OK."
Former Aston Villa and Birmingham City defender Curtis Davies was carrying a knock but is expected to be fit to face QPR.
Rowett said: "You see Curtis limping around every now and then. "I think he got his foot trodden on but he's a bit of a warrior and I'm sure he'll be training this morning (Monday)."
Chris Baird remains out due to suspension serving the second game of his three-match ban after he was shown a red card in the 3-3 draw at Reading.
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