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QPR’s upcoming Championship clash with Huddersfield Town on Saturday will see the return of Sam Field to the side after serving a one-game suspension. Field, aged 25, missed QPR’s recent match against Blackburn Rovers due to suspension, having accumulated his fifth yellow card of the season in the previous game against Leeds United.

Field’s absence was glaringly felt in QPR’s 4-0 defeat at home to Blackburn. However, manager Gareth Ainsworth is eagerly anticipating Field’s return to the lineup as the R’s head north to face Huddersfield Town this weekend.

Speaking about Field, Ainsworth expressed, “Sam is a crucial player for this club.” He went on to emphasize, “I believe he’s one of the finest midfielders in the Championship. Having Sam Field in the team makes a significant difference. I don’t mean to disrespect any of the other midfielders; he’s a remarkable player, an exceptional player. It’s his character and the person he is that defines the player he has become.”

Ainsworth further highlighted, “He puts forth his all, Sam. He’s a true warrior for the cause, and he possesses considerable quality on the ball as well. His return to the squad on Saturday is undoubtedly something we welcome.”

Field was awarded both Player’s Player of the Year and Supporters’ Player of the Year in the previous season. In the current Championship campaign, he has made 10 appearances, but his contract is set to expire next summer.

For QPR, Field’s return is indeed a welcome one. Ainsworth requires his top players available and on the pitch, and Field is undeniably one of the key leaders and influencers within the team. His presence in midfield provides stability and resilience, and his absence against Blackburn Rovers contributed to the team’s difficulties on that particular day.

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The upcoming game against Huddersfield holds great importance for QPR, and Ainsworth will be relieved to have Field back in contention for the weekend’s match. The pressure is increasingly mounting on the QPR manager as the season unfolds, and Field’s return is expected to make a significant impact.

The kickoff for the match is scheduled for 3 pm tomorrow.

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