Date: 3rd March 2006 at 1:54pm
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Kevin Gallen returned to the Rangers reserve team on Tuesday night to hit two goals as he continues his comeback from injury, but he may have to deal with only a place on the bench for the visit of Wolves tomorrow.

Wolves arrive at Loftus Road on the back of three straight victories and Rangers will be ready and waiting after last week’s outstanding victory at Bramall Lane.

Marc Nygaard limped out of action in the second half and look’s unlikely to figure. A hamstring strain should keep him out of action for the next few weeks. But caretaker manager Gary Waddock will be pleased to see Gareth Ainsworth and Mauro Milanese return from suspension.

Despite the injury to Nygaard, Waddock will not rush Gallen’s return to the team just yet. Sammy Youssouf, Shabazz Baidoo and Stefan Moore are all ahead of the club captain for a call into the starting line-up.

Scott Donnelly has recovered from his bruised ankle which saw him sidelined for the trip to South Yorkshire and will return to the squad whilst Paul Jones will keep his place in goal as Simon Royce and Jake Cole are still on the treatment table.

As for the visitors, Paul Ince is likely to miss out through injury (back) and Colin Cameron has joined Millwall on loan.

Mark Davies returns for Glenn Hoddle’s men as does Gabor Gyepes.

Mark Kennedy who once spent a successful loan spell at Loftus Road is also in the squad alongside Darren Anderton, Arsenal loanee Jeremie Aliadiere, Kenny Miller and Carl Cort- who scored a hat-trick the last time the two team’s met this season.

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