QPR face Derby in the Sky Bet Championship on Tuesday, live on Sky Sports Football Red Button and the Sky Sports app.
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QPR boss Mark Warburton has no new injury concerns. Rangers sit 15th in the table having played out a 0-0 draw at Nottingham Forest on Saturday.
Charlie Owens is the only player set to miss out as he continues to recover from a knee injury sustained last year. Jack Clarke awaits his club debut after signing on a loan deal from Tottenham and could feature.
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Phillip Cocu has a substantial injury list as his Derby squad prepare for the trip to west London. Midfielder Duane Holmes left the pitch with an ankle injury during the Rams' 1-1 draw with Huddersfield and is expected to be absent for several weeks.
Tom Huddlestone is struggling with a calf issue and will not feature as he has not yet resumed full training. Krystian Bielik (knee), George Evans and Ikechi Anya (both calf) are doubtful due to their respective injuries.
QPR are unbeaten in their last three league fixtures, with a 4-2 win at home to Stoke coming in between stalemates with Swansea and Nottingham Forest.
Derby, meanwhile, are without a win in three. Their last two outings have produced 1-1 draws with Fulham and Huddersfield, with a 3-2 defeat to Bristol City at Ashton Gate preceding those on February 12.
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QPR are winless in seven league matches against Derby (D3 L4) since a 2-0 win in March 2016.
Derby have only lost two of their last 15 away league matches against QPR (W6 D7) and are unbeaten in their last three games there (W1 D2).
Since Nahki Wells' last appearance for QPR in mid-January, the R's have failed to score in four of their six league games since, with those four blanks coming in the last five matches (W1 D2 L2).
Only Luton and Barnsley (both nine), who both sit inside the relegation zone, have picked up fewer away points in the Championship this season than Derby County (11 - W2 D5 L9).
Since his league debut for Derby in early January, no player has had a hand in more goals for the Rams than Wayne Rooney (5 - 3 goals, 2 assists). Indeed, Rooney has three goals in six previous league appearances against QPR whilst at Manchester United.
David Prutton predicts: 2-2 (11/1)