QPR V Nottm Forest at Loftus Road Stadium : Match Preview

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27 April 2017

Grant Hall remains a doubt for QPR's clash with Nottingham Forest

QPR defender Grant Hall remains a doubt for the visit of Nottingham Forest.

Former Brighton youngster Hall has missed the last three matches after suffering an injury in training.

But Rangers otherwise have no new injuries with boss Ian Holloway set to make more changes following a sixth straight defeat, against Brentford last weekend.

A win would remove any danger of relegation for Rangers, otherwise they could travel to Norwich on the final day with their Championship status in jeopardy.

Forest boss Mark Warburton hopes Danny Fox will recover from the minor injury that forced him off during the home win against Reading. Should he miss out, either Dani Pinillos or Armand Traore will fill in at left-back.

Mustapha Carayol was another player who had to come off last weekend but his cramp has since eased and the winger will be available at Loftus Road.

Zach Clough has shaken off a little niggle but Jack Hobbs may still not be ready after his recent injury problems. Striker Matty Fryatt and goalkeeper Stephen Henderson will not play again until next season because of Achilles injuries.

Forest will secure their Championship survival with a game to spare on Saturday if they better Blackburn's result at home to Aston Villa.


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