QPR v Charlton preview
QPR have received a triple boost ahead of the game with Charlton, who have Nicky Weaver available.
Last Updated: 18/04/08 12:24pm
Queens Park Rangers have received a triple boost ahead of the game with Charlton Athletic, who have Nicky Weaver available again.
Akos Buzsaky, Patrick Agyemang and Dexter Blackstock are all set to feature for the R's, who will be looking to confirm their Championship status for next season.
Hungarian midfielder Buzsaky returns after missing three games with an ankle injury, while Agyemang (hamstring) and Blackstock (ankle) have both recovered from knocks picked up at Hull last week.
Rowan Vine is Rangers' only injury absentee as the striker targets a return within six months after suffering a fractured tibia and fibula in training a fortnight ago.
Charlton need to win at Loftus Road to inject some life into their play-off push and will be boosted by the return of Weaver.
The goalkeeper missed last week's 1-1 draw with Southampton through suspension and he will replace Darren Randolph between the posts.
Andy Gray scored his first goal for Charlton against the Saints and will hope to be rewarded by taking Chris Iwelumo's place in the starting line-up.
Lee Cook is expected to start against his former club, but fellow wingers Jerome Thomas (hamstring) and Lloyd Sam (hamstring) are unlikely to play.
Defender Sam Sodje (toe) and forwards Svetoslav Todorov, Izale McLeod and Chris Dickson (all knee) remain sidelined.
Jonjo Shelvey could become Charlton's youngest player to represent the first team after the 16-year-old was included in Alan Pardew's squad.