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Last Updated: 04/05/18 4:38pm
Leeds defender Luke Ayling could return to action in Saturday's home game against QPR.
Ayling has been out since having ankle surgery at the turn of the year, but is back in training and has not been ruled out. Fellow defender Laurens De Bock (hamstring) is also back in contention, but midfielder Pablo Hernandez is expected to miss out as he is in Spain for the pending birth of his second child.
Gaetano Berardi is still suspended, while Vurnon Anita, Conor Shaughnessy and Stuart Dallas are all unavailable due to injury.
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QPR boss Ian Holloway will include youngsters Giles Phillips and Charlie Owens in his squad. Centre-half Phillips and midfielder Owens have yet to make their first-team debuts for the Hoops.
Australia midfielder Massimo Luongo has not been in contention for the last two games of the season as he prepares for the World Cup. Goalkeeper Matt Ingram is hoping to return to the squad after missing last week's home win against Birmingham due to the effects of concussion.
Leeds are winless in their last three home league matches against the Hoops (D2 L1) since a 2-0 win in December 2010.
QPR have only lost one of their last seven league games against the Whites (W3 D3), but that defeat was in this season's reverse fixture.
Leeds have only lost one of their last 10 final league matches in a season (W5 D4), with each of their last four ending in draws.
When their final league match of a season has been away from home, QPR have lost seven of their last eight (W1), losing the last two by a four-goal margin to Leicester in 2014-15 (1-5) and Norwich last season (0-4).
Ian Holloway has lost six of his eight managerial trips to Elland Road (W1 D1), with his only win a 5-0 hammering with Blackpool in November 2011.
Luke Freeman has assisted 21% of QPR's 58 league goals this season (12 assists) - no player has assisted a higher percentage of their sides goals in the division.