Fitness boost for Hughes
Queens Park Rangers,
QPR could be boosted by the return of star striker Heidar Helguson for the final match of the season at Manchester City.
The Icelandic hitman, who gave City's defence big problems at Loftus Road earlier this season, has been out for most of the campaign with a groin injury but he is closing in on a return and may make the bench on Sunday.
Despite the need for a result, a point would guarantee the R's another season in the Premier League, boss Mark Hughes will not be tempted in to risking him if he is not ready.
"Heidar's still feeling a little bit of discomfort. I'm not going to push him back too quickly because that might set him back again," Hughes told West London Sport.
"In his enthusiasm to come back he's probably compromised himself a little bit. It's a shame because it means I've not had the option of picking him.
"I'll be guided by Heidar and the medical staff. If he can be available for the last game then great - and he might be - but it's probably unlikely I would think."