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Last Updated: 09/04/19 4:23pm
Millwall will again be without suspended midfielder Shane Ferguson when their fight for Championship survival continues against QPR.
Ferguson, who will serve out the three-match ban he received for picking up a red card in the FA Cup quarter-final against Brighton, has also been laid low by illness.
Lions boss Neil Harris saw his team pick up a crucial 2-0 win over play-off chasing West Brom on Saturday, which helped keep them out of the bottom three. Forward Tom Bradshaw remains unavailable as he continues to recover from a long-term knee injury.
QPR could have midfielder Massimo Luongo back in contention after the Australian missed the 4-0 defeat at leaders Norwich on Saturday through illness. Caretaker boss John Eustace made five changes for the trip to Carrow Road in his first match in charge since manager Steve McClaren was sacked.
Darnell Furlong, Geoff Cameron, Jordan Cousins, Ebere Eze and Nahki Wells all came into the side. Toni Leistner, Josh Scowen and Bright Osayi-Samuel are options should Eustace look to freshen things up again to try and end Rangers' six-match winless run.
Millwall are unbeaten in five home league meetings with QPR (W2 D3 L0) since a 2-1 defeat in the top flight in February 1990.
QPR have never completed a league double over Millwall - this is the 34th season in which they've faced each other.
Millwall are looking for consecutive league wins for the first time since New Year's Day (a run of three wins).
No Championship team have lost more games during 2019 than QPR (11, level with Bolton).
Excluding own goals, 12 of Millwall's last 13 league goals have been scored by Englishmen.
QPR have lost 21 of their last 26 away London derbies in league football (W2 D3 L21).
David Prutton predicts: 0-0 (9/1 with Sky Bet)