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Unbeaten QPR will look to keep their impressive start to the season going when they face London rivals Millwall on Saturday.
Harry Redknapp’s side have won 8 and drawn 2 of their 10 games so far to sit level on points with leaders Burnley but with a game in hand.
Redknapp has a number of worries going into the game with Tom Carroll suffering an ankle injury on duty with the England U21 side joining Julio Cesar, Nedum Onouha, Bobby Zamora and Andy Johnson on the sidelines
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Millwall picked up 9 points in September but they will head into the game on the back of successive heavy defeats going down 4-0 to Birmingham and 5-2 to Bournemouth in their last two outings and boss Steve Lomas will be very wary heading into the clash with his old boss.
The former West Ham midfielder has been in constant contact with the veteran manager since taking the reins at the Den during the summer, although all lines of communication were shut down this week ahead of their meeting.
“We speak about things and he gives me the benefit of his vast experience,” said Lomas. “I don’t pester him every week but it would be wrong for me not to tap into that knowledge. If you phone him up and ask him about something, he will always give you his honest opinion.”
Leaders Burnley face a tricky trip to Ipswich where Mick McCarthy is expected to name an unchanged side for the fifth successive game. Ipswich are unbeaten in three but they face a stern challenge against Sean Dyche’s pace setters. Burnley have on 5 league games on the trot scoring 12 goals and conceding just 3.
Third place Leicester face Huddersfield while Nottingham Forest manager Billy Davies will hope to celebrate his new contract with a win over Bournemouth.
The division’s 4th placed side are currently unbeaten in three and have lost just once in 11 games so far this season. They face a Bournemouth side 8th in the table but on a run of just two wins in their last 6 games.
Reading hope to welcome back Royston Drenthe, Danny Williams, winger Garath McCleary and striker Billy Sharp for the visit of Doncaster while Watford striker Troy Deeney is a doubt ahead of their home clash with Derby.
Paul Ince will begin his 5 game stadium ban, for pushing an official and using foul language, when Wigan come to town on Saturday. Ince will watch the game from the comfort of the couch with Alex Rae taking control of the team.
Elsewhere Brighton will aim to bounce back from their 3-1 defeat for Forest last time out when they face a Yeovil side that has lost all 5 games at home and is currently second bottom of the table while the fellow strugglers Bolton and Sheffield Wednesday meet at the Reebok in a crucial 6-pointer for both sides.
Dougie Freedman’s side recorded their first win of the season, at the 11th time of asking, when they beat Birmingham last time out and are currently unbeaten in three games following draws with Yeovil.
The division’s bottom side Barnsley will hope to end a run of 7 games without a win when they welcome 16th in the table Middlesbrough to the Oakwell while the final game of the day on Saturday see’s Blackburn take on Charlton with star striker Jordan Rhodes set to start despite missing Scotland’s game with Croatia.
On Sunday Leeds United and Birmingham do battle at Elland Road with Brian McDermott tipped to shake up his side following the 3-1 loss to Derby last time out. Luke Murphy, Luke Varney and Sam Byram could all start.
Birmingham meanwhile have won 3 of their last 5 but have lost 4 on the road already this season.