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    Injury update ahead of clash with Hull City

    Queens Park Rangers have provided an injury update ahead of their trip to face Hull City this weekend.

    Angel Rangel is expected to miss out once again as he continues his recovery from a thigh injury.

    The former Swansea man has been out of action since December and is closing in on a return, but it's doubtful that he'll be ready for the trip to the KCOM Stadium.

    The likely scenario is that Rangel will be eased back into the first team fold over the international break with a view to being involved against Bolton Wanderers in two weeks.

    Matt Smith is also a doubt for the trip to face the Tigers.

    The striker has missed the last two games after picking up a knock to his ankle in training last week.

    Smith is a doubt for the clash with Hull City, although he could be involved if he can convince Steve McClaren that he's ready to be involved.

    QPR will, however, be boosted by the return of Grant Hall.

    The defender served a one-match suspension in the 2-1 defeat to Rotherham United, but will return to the fold for the trip to Hull City.

    It could also present a first opportunity for Geoff Cameron to make his return.

    The Stoke City loanee was an unused substitute against the Millers where QPR played like muppets on Wednesday night, but could be handed his first minutes since suffering an ankle injury in December.

    • corbray
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      corbray commented
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      i don't mind losing if we play well and give it our all but the team today isn't that team! BOS has been our only shining light over the past few games and deserves his place in the team after wednesdays performance. instead we're gunna be treated to a spectacle of eze passing backwards, falling over and losing the ball easily.

    • LoftusRoadLad
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      LoftusRoadLad commented
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      Boyos 7 up from ko

    • klonk
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      klonk commented
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      Originally posted by shaggy24 View Post
      Dropping BOS beyond belief and keeping Eze in after Wednesday night.

      can see a rout on the cards and smac really looking like a dead man walking today.
      bos thing is baffling... especially since pav is almost certainly on his way next season and bos will probably be our main winger. surely we should be giving him as much game time as possible.
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