QPR boss Ian Holloway will make changes for Tuesday’s game against Barnsley at Loftus Road.
Holloway told West London Sport he plans to freshen things up against the Tykes despite his team beating Cardiff on Saturday.
The decision is largely down to the fact that Holloway decided not to make changes for the recent defeat at Preston.
He explained: “I didn’t like playing almost the same team for three games in a row last week. I thought we looked tired at Preston.
“After the two victories, I felt I made a mistake and should have given the other lads a chance.
“So now I’ve already told them I’ll look at Tuesday, because we’re playing such an energetic team who are one of the most attractive teams in this division and are going to come and try and outrun us.
“If you look at who I had on the bench and who is fresh for this next game coming up, I’m delighted.”
Yeni Ngbakoto scored QPR’s equaliser after coming on against Cardiff and is now expected to be given a place in the starting line-up.
“He’s made another statement, but the truth is I already had an idea who I was going to play and I’ve already told them that’s what I’m going to do,” Holloway said.
“I want two more wins by the end of the week. That’s the target. Can win beat Barnsley and then go away to Leeds and beat them?”