Preview: Queens Park Rangers vs. Liverpool

Mark Hughes
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Mark Hughes recently urged his Queens Park Rangers players to make the most of their home matches. Here, Sports Mole assesses QPR's chances of taking all three points from their encounter with Liverpool tomorrow night.

Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Hughes recently urged his players to make the most of the remaining home fixtures, starting with tomorrow's visit of Liverpool to Loftus Road.

Hughes's strugglers will welcome playmaker Adel Taarabt back into the squad following a hamstring problem.

However, the match has come too soon for strikers DJ Campbell and Heidar Helguson.

Visiting manager Kenny Dalglish also has injury concerns, with Craig Bellamy and Glen Johnson extremely doubtful.

Danish defender Daniel Agger is still recovering from a broken rib and will not travel to London.

QPR, who have not won a league match in their last six attempts, will begin the encounter in the relegation zone.

Current form:

QPR: DLLLDL
Liverpool: WDLLLW

Possible lineups:

QPR: Kenny; Onuoha, Ferdinand, Hill, Traore; Barton, Derry, Wright-Phillips, Taarabt; Zamora, Cisse

Liverpool: Reina; Kelly, Skrtel, Carragher, Jose Enrique; Henderson, Gerrard, Spearing, Downing; Carroll, Suarez

Sports Mole says: 1-2

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