Date: 14th October 2011 at 3:05pm
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NEIL Warnock is missing a couple of players but should otherwise be able to pick from a full compliment this weekend.

It was revealed yesterday that Danny Gabbidon will miss this weekend’s encounter while Matthew Connolly is also looking like he will also be sidelined.

Better news as Armand TraorĂ© returns from suspension and Jamie Mackie steps up his fitness levels with a view to being in Saturday’s match-day squad once more.

Warnock told QPR.co.uk:

‘We’ve got no fresh injury concerns but Danny Gabbidon will definitely be out.

‘It’s touch and go but hopefully Matt Connolly will be ready too.

‘The injuries that we had, as well as Armand Traore’s suspension, was a massive blow ahead of the Fulham game.

‘It just shows you that we need to keep lads together – we need everybody.’


Warnock reserved some special words of place for Rovers, who visit Loftus Road this Saturday, despite their position.

‘They’re full of top players – as everyone is in the Premier League – but we’re hoping that we can get a bit closer to them on Saturday.’

Keiron Dyer remains Rangers only genuine long-term absentee after another set-back in his bid to prove his place in the Premier League.

Rangers are once again in search for their first home maximum, having come up just short against Newcastle United and Aston Villa in recent weeks.

 

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