Bosingwa promised Walsall runout
Queens Park Rangers,
Jose Bosingwa is in line to make his first start for Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday night as they face Walsall in the Capital One Cup.
The former Chelsea full-back came off the bench as a second half substitute to help the R's earn a 1-1 draw with Norwich on Saturday, and has been promised a starting role against the Saddlers. Shaun Wright-Phillips is another who can expect a full run-out against the League One outfit but Mark Hughes is likely to be without Bobby Zamora after he suffered a gash to his head at the weekend. The Welshman however is vowing to put out a strong side, even if there are changes, as he targets a good cup run for Rangers this season. Hughes said: "We'll take this competition seriously, without any doubt. I'll pick a team I believe can help us progress into the third round. "I will make changes to the side, but that doesn't mean it's a competition I don't respect. "Jose will come in for his first start and Shaun - who had a great pre-season and has been very unlucky not to feature more so far this season - will play. "Other players who are in and around the first team squad will also get a run out, because they need games to keep them ticking over."