QPR travel to Berkshire looking to avenge their 'embarrassing' FA Cup exit to Fleetwood Town last week.

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The R's have one just once since October and have dropped out of the top six, currently sat 12th and three points outside the play-off positions.

Still finding their feet under new boss Neil Critchley, the West London outfit perhaps deserve more than they have got with recent performances, coming close to beating promotion-chasing Sheffield United earlier in the month, only for John Egan to equalise with the last kick off the game.

As mentioned earlier, the club are looking to bounce back from a third round cup exit to League One strugglers Fleetwood Town, with Critchley demanding a response.

The Royals, safetly through in the FA Cup and with a clash against Manchester United to look forward to, are below the Loftus Road outfit on goal difference.

With only Burnley having a better home record than Paul Ince's Royals, and just two defeats since the World Cup break, confidence should be high in the hosts' camp

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Ince had 24 of his 25 man squad training this week, with Liam Moore out for up to four weeks with a hamstring issue sustained in training.

Defender Tom Holmes should return to action tomorrow after recovering from a virus, while the likes of Sam Hutchinson and Femi Azeez are being managed carefully.

The visitors could bring in new signing Jamal Lowe, who joined on loan from Bournemouth in the week, who has scored in his last three appearances to RG2.

Last Time Out: QPR 2-1 Reading; Friday, October 7 2022

The Royals rose to the  league summit, for almost two minutes, when Andy Carroll converted his penalty to give the visitors the lead.

However, a Lyndon Dykes brace turned the game on its head and Michael Beale's side took all three points with a late penalty of their own.

It would kickstart a mini slump, losing three on the bounce.