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QPR could be without striker Kevin Doyle when they head to Brighton.
Harry Redknapp feels Ravel Morrison could go on to become one of the best English players of his generation.
Assistant manager Kevin Bond praised the performance of on-loan midfielder Ravel Morrison after he netted twice in the 2-0 win over Birmingham at St Andrew's.
Ravel Morrison struck a double as he returned to St Andrew's to haunt Birmingham and pave the way for QPR's first win in six games.
QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has promised that the club's owners are committed to staying for the long term
QPR will hand fitness checks to Niko Kranjcar, Gary O'Neil, Benoit Assou-Ekotto and Armand Traore ahead of the trip to Birmingham.
QPR's debt has rocketed to B£177million after the club lost B£65.4million last season, when it was relegated from the Premier League.
Ravel Morrison says playing in the Championship can be tougher than the Premier League.
QPR midfielder Jermaine Jenas insists the play-offs hold no fear for the Hoops.
QPR striker Charlie Austin is on course to return from injury before the end of the season.
QPR needed a Jermaine Jenas goal to secure a 1-1 draw at home to Leeds as their winless run stretched to five matches.
Joey Barton will again be missing from the QPR side for the visit of Leeds.
Manager Harry Redknapp maintains QPR can still secure automatic promotion from the as they look to overcome "the first little blip".
Captain Johnnie Jackson headed home a stoppage-time winner as Charlton edged promotion-chasing QPR 1-0 in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp admits Joey Barton's latest suspension following a tenth yellow card this season is a "big blow" for the R's.
Ravel Morrison is set to make his QPR debut against Charlton.
West Ham attacking midfielder Ravel Morrison has stepped down a division to join QPR's promotion push on a 93-day emergency loan.
It's understood Shaun Wright-Phillips has rejected a loan move to join fellow Championship side Charlton Athletic.
QPR assistant boss Kevin Bond bemoaned his side's defending as they went down to a second successive league defeat - 3-1 at home to 10-man Reading.
Garath McCleary's stunning strike capped a fine victory for 10-man Reading against Sky Bet Championship promotion rivals QPR.
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