QPR’s on-loan Tottenham youngster Luke Amos has recovered from a hamstring problem and been passed fit for Saturday’s game against Hull.
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is hoping Amos can get plenty of first-team experience after spending most of last season out with cruciate ligament damage.
But the midfielder’s season on loan in west London has not been plain sailing so far and he was sidelined prior to the international break.
So too were Grant Hall, Angel Rangel and Matt Smith – but R’s boss Mark Warburton has all of them back this weekend.
Warburton told QPR’s website: “We have got a tight squad and we’ve had a couple of injuries recently but we have dealt with them.
“We lost Grant, Angel, Luke Amos and Matty Smith earlier in the season but we dealt with it. They are coming back and now we have some selection issues, which is great.”
Rangers will be looking for their first win at Hull for 30 years.
“It’s all about three points for us. History is irrelevant,” Warburton said.
“We can only control what happens on Saturday, so we have to go there and deliver a performance.
“We have to go there in the right frame of mind, prepare well and then make sure that we deliver.”