Ian Holloway has hinted that he will make tactical changes for QPR’s visit to Pride Park to face Derby County.
The Rangers manager has spoken before previous away trips about making changes he believed would end his side’s wait for an away win.
But that wait has continued, with the R’s still chasing their first victory on the road this season.
And Holloway has again indicated that he is planning changes, this time against the Rams.
He told QPR’s website: “It’s something we’ve discussed and it’s something we’ve been working on.
“We need to look at the way we play on our travels, but I’m not going to talk publicly about how we do that, because we don’t want to give away our game-plan.
“What I will say is that I’ve got every confidence and belief in this group of players to go and get a result at a place like Pride Park.
“I mean that when I say it, because I work with these players every day of the week and I believe in what we’re doing day in, day out, week in, week out.”
Holloway will be without the ill Massimo Luongo and the injured Jordan Cousins and Darnell Furlong.