Leicester City v QPR : Rangers to go out with a bang?

A game with no pressure on either side, but for very different reasons of course.  

Leicester City have secured their Premier League safety following an impressive run of form in 2015 that has seen them jump 14th in the table with 38 points.

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Defeating the odds, Leicester will go in the game to finish the season on high after they spend four months at the bottom of the table, a remarkable feat for a football club to come back that strongly.

The hosts have incredibly lost just one game in their last 10 outings, a feat that earned their manager Nigel Pearson a nomination for Manager of the Year.

QPR on the other hands, have already been relegated to the Championship and the club hierarchy has given Coach Chris Ramsey a three year contract.

The lone shining light of the Rangers this season, Charlie Austin has earned his first England call up and he would be hoping to put in a good performance to earn plaudits and show Roy Hodgson that he has what it takes to start up front for the three lions.

Danny Simpson will not be included in the squad amid some legal issues with the player.

David Nugent remains out as he has failed to recover in time for his side’s last game of the season from a calf injury. Matty James has undergone a successful knee operation so he is out for a long time for the Foxes.

Queens Park Rangers will be without their first choice goalkeeper Robert Green, who has suffered a concussion and won’t be risked in a game that will add no affect to QPR’s fate.

Steven Caulker, who got injured in QPR’s last game against Newcastle last week, will also miss the game, confirmed by manager Chris Ramsey, who is hoping to end the season on a high note.