QPR are hoping to have Steve Cook and Lyndon Dykes available for Tuesday’s encounter against West Brom.
Cook has been working his way back from a hamstring injury and was unable to play in Saturday’s defeat against Huddersfield.
Striker Dykes, who also missed that game due to a knock, has undergone a scan, and Rangers are confident that the situation is not serious. He, too, may play against the Baggies.
However, defender Morgan Fox is still out with a knee injury after undergoing surgery.
Rangers travel to The Hawthorns with manager Gareth Ainsworth under intense scrutiny.
Ainsworth’s side is third from bottom in the Championship, having lost four consecutive games. This weekend, they meet league leaders Leicester.
However, despite Saturday’s defeat, Ainsworth insisted that he can turn things around.
He also mentioned a slight improvement over Blackburn’s 4-0 thrashing previous to the international break.
“I’m a glass-half-full guy,” Ainsworth said. The Blackburn game was unacceptable, and the transformation is extraordinary. We’ve come a long way since Blackburn.
“Roll on season, it’s going to be a good one.” “I’m confident we’ll finish above that line.”