QPR vs Hull preview
Last Updated: 29/11/18 6:16pm
QPR boss Steve McClaren could be tempted to make changes for his side's home game against Hull.
Israel's Tomer Hemed, fully recovered from a recent groin injury, fellow striker Matt Smith and midfielder Josh Scowen are all pushing for starts after making an impact off the bench in midweek.
Rangers clinched a point at Rotherham thanks to Luke Freeman's 90th-minute equaliser and McClaren must decide whether to tinker with his line-up. McClaren, whose side have lost only one of their last nine league games, has no major new injury concerns.
Hull's top scorer Fraizer Campbell is back in contention after missing the goalless home draw against Norwich in midweek due to a one-game ban. Midfielder Dan Batty missed out on Tuesday night due to a calf problem and will be assessed.
Defenders Eric Lichaj and Reece Burke, plus midfielder Marcus Henriksen (ankle) reported minor injuries after the Norwich game and will also be monitored. Midfielder Jon Toral (ankle), out since early September, has suffered a setback in training after sustaining a separate injury.
QPR have only won one of their last nine league matches against Hull (D4 L4) - it came in this exact fixture last season.
Hull have won two of their last three away league matches against QPR (L1) - as many as in their previous 19 combined.
Steve McClaren and Nigel Adkins last faced in October 2014, when McClaren's Derby won 3-0 away at Reading.
Nigel Adkins has won three away league games against QPR, all with different teams - Scunthorpe United, Southampton and Reading.
QPR are looking to win four consecutive home league games in a single season for the first time since March 2017 under Ian Holloway.
Hull have picked up as many points in their last two away league games (four - W1 D1) as they had in their first seven of the season combined before this (W1 D1 L5).
David Prutton predicts: 2-0 (15/2 with Sky Bet)