Hull vs QPR preview
Last Updated: 14/03/19 6:06pm
Jarrod Bowen and Jordy De Wijs are fitness doubts for Hull ahead of the visit of QPR.
Top-scorer Bowen suffered back and shoulder injuries after colliding with the advertising hoardings during Wednesday night's 3-2 defeat at Norwich.
Defender De Wijs missed the trip to Carrow Road through illness and is still being monitored. Captain Markus Henriksen starts a two-match ban for collecting 10 yellow cards.
Defender Grant Hall returns for QPR after a one-match suspension. Experienced midfielder Geoff Cameron could also figure for the first time since December.
Cameron has recovered from an ankle problem and was an unused substitute for the midweek defeat by Rotherham. Full-back Angel Rangel is still missing but should be back after the international break following a thigh injury.
Hull City haven't won three consecutive league matches against QPR since October 1963.
QPR are winless in 10 league visits to Hull (W0 D4 L6) since a 2-1 win in February 1970 with goals from Rodney Marsh and Frank Clarke.
Hull striker Jarrod Bowen has been involved in four goals in three Championship appearances against QPR (3 goals, 1 assist).
Queens Park Rangers have won fewer points than any other Championship team during 2019, picking up just five in their 12 games (W1 D2 L9).
Hull haven't lost three consecutive Championship matches since November 2017 under Leonid Slutsky.
QPR have won none of their last 49 away Championship games when conceding first (W0 D10 L39).
David Prutton predicts: 2-0 (17/2 with Sky Bet)