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Nottingham Forest defenders Thomas Lam and Hildeberto Pereira return from suspension for the visit of QPR.
But defenders Jack Hobbs and Michael Mancienne, forward Nicklas Bendtner, and midfielders David Vaughan, Mustapha Carayol and Matt Cash all remain out.
QPR travel to the City Ground, after back-to-back league defeats, without left-back Jake Bidwell (shoulder).
Fellow left-back Joel Lynch (leg) is a doubt, while forward Jamie Mackie (ankle) is a long-term absentee.
Nottingham Forest have never lost a home game to QPR in all competitions, going 32 games without defeat (W19 D13).
The Hoops have only won one of the last nine league games between the two sides (D5 L3).
If Forest avoid defeat in this game, there would only be three longer unbeaten home runs in all competitions in English football history (Liverpool v West Ham – 44, Liverpool v Spurs – 43 and Liverpool v Stoke – 36).
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has won only four of his 20 away league games in charge of QPR (D9 L7).
Forest haven’t kept a clean sheet in any of their last 13 home games in all competitions (27 goals conceded) since a 1-0 win over Preston in March 2016.