Competition: Sky Bet Championship Date: Wednesday 27th November 2019 Venue: Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium Kick-off: 19:45 BST Referee: Stephen Martin
Alfa Semedo, Carl Jenkinson and Yohan Benalouane are all included in the travelling party which will make the trip to London.
Semedo is the most likely to play. He looks certain to replace Ryan Yates in the middle of the park as he begins a three-match ban.
Mark Warburton will probably recall Liam Kelly in goal. Yohan Barbet remains sidelined but Geoff Cameron should return.
Former Forest loanee Todd Kane will probably retain his place on the right-hand side.
Queens Park Rangers will go head-to-head with the Reds knowing that they badly need a win to revive their play-off chances.
The R’s have slipped down the league table after a run of five games without a victory.
Forest will hope to continue their three-match unbeaten run and maintain their position inside the top six of the Championship in the process.
Saturday’s point at Bristol City kept the Reds fifth. Keeping a clean sheet at Ashton Gate highlighted Forest’s newfound resolve and more of the same will be required tomorrow night.
Sabri Lamouchi does have a few players back for the trip south. It remains to be seen whether or not any of the previously injured trio will get the nod to play.
With several games on the horizon, Lamouchi might shuffle his pack somewhat.
Football these days is a squad game and a couple of changes in personnel wouldn’t be a massive surprise.
QPR (3-5-2): Kelly; Leistner, Hall, Cameron; Kane, Chair, Amos, Eze, Manning; Wells, Hugill
Forest (4-2-3-1): Samba; Cash, Figueiredo, Worrall, Robinson; Watson, Semedo; Lolley, Silva, Carvalho; Grabban
One to watch
With 10 league goals already this season it is hard to look beyond Jordan Hugill as the one to watch.
The 27-year-old is on loan at QPR from West Ham United and on current form, the R’s will surely be looking to sign him permanently.
Hugill opened the scoring on Friday night against Fulham and he will hope to continue on the goal trail against Forest.
Some tickets do remain for away supporters. They can be purchased from the ticket office online and in person.
QPR’s clash with Nottingham Forest is the main game on Sky Sports Football tomorrow night, with the coverage starting at 19:30.
Alternatively, BBC Radio Nottingham will have live match commentary on frequency 103.8.