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Given the opportunities to make headway in the automatic promotion race, Mark Warburton would have been desperately disappointed with QPR losing home fixtures to Stoke City and Bournemouth respectively.
However, the Hoops have responded with 2-1 victories away at Bristol City and Birmingham City respectively, making it five wins from their last seven outings.
QPR still sit eight points adrift of first place but with matches in hand on three of the four teams above them, Warburton will be satisfied with their current standing.
On a negative note, you have to go all the way back to October 2 for the last time that QPR netted more than twice in a game, a streak currently standing at 14 matches.
Despite a strong defensive record of late, no clean sheets have been recorded in five outings, leaving Warburton to demand more ruthlessness at both ends of the pitch.
Charlie Austin is expected to be one of a number of QPR players who are drafted back into the starting lineup for this fixture.
Stefan Johansen, Dominic Ball, Osman Kakay and George Thomas will also hope to feature against the third-tier highflyers.
Ilias Chair is unavailable after linking up with the Morocco squad for the Africa Cup of Nations, but Moses Odubajo is closing in on a return from injury.
Having made eight alterations for the EFL Trophy win at Crewe, Warne could revert back to the team which edged out Bolton in the previous game.
Despite scoring his first goal of the campaign during that fixture, Joshua Kayode will only be named on the substitutes’ bench at best.
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Queens Park Rangers possible starting lineup:
Dieng; Dickie, Dunne, Barbet; Kakay, Ball, Johansen, Wallace; Thomas; Austin, Gray
Rotherham United possible starting lineup:
Johansson; Harding, Wood, Ihiekwe; Ogbene, Wiles, Barlaser, Rathbone, Ferguson; Smith, Grigg