Another early kick-off, 12:30, this time we welcome QPR to the Cottage.
So after another international break we’re back to games that matter.
Hopefully we’ll play better than after the previous one! With Mitro, Wilson, Marek Rodak, Bobby De Cordova-Reid and Antonee Robinson travelling with their squads Marco Silva won’t have had much, if any, time to re-energise the team.
There was some good news with Terence Kongolo, Kenny Tete and Tom Cairney back in training, I don’t think we’ll see them for this game, but you never know?
It’ll be interesting to see if Fabio Carvalho is in the squad, if he is then so much the better, if he’s not then I think that could indicate that he’s off in January?
After the shambles at Coventry a derby game against the bitters could be just the thing to get us back on track?
QPR are having a good start to the season, and I’m sure they’ll be up for this game.
We’ve a good record against QPR, 9 wins, 2 losses and 2 draws.
Assuming no “international” injuries my team would be…
Games of Interest…
West Brom v Birmingham
Fulham v QPR
Bristol City v Bournemouth
Millwall v Luton
Sheff Utd v Stoke
come on over to the forum and join in the discussion…