back to some football at last And the arrival of these southern fops is always good fun for us. taff in for de Wijs alongside the criminally under appreciated Reece Burke Irvine back too hopefully Batty alongside Stewart for me We will do these 2-0 Hull centre-back Jordy De Wijs is out after damaging ankle ligaments in training, but is only expected to be sidelined for a matter of weeks. Ryan Tafazolli and Matthew Pennington are the main contenders for the right to replace the Dutchman. QPR boss Mark Warburton has a full-strength squad as he targets a sixth win in eight league games. Midfielder Matt Smith and forward Nahki Wells both returned from international duty unscathed. Defender Grant Hall and on-loan Tottenham midfielder Luke Amos are back in contention after recovering from injuries. Match facts Hull are unbeaten in their last 11 home league matches against QPR (W4 D7) since losing 1-2 in February 1970. QPR have picked up only one win in their last 11 league meetings with Hull (W1 D5 L5), winning 2-1 in August 2017. Hull have lost three of their last 20 home league games (W11 D6 L3), though two of those defeats have come this season. QPR have won five of their last seven league games (W5 L2) having won just four of their previous 26 Championship games (W4 D6 L16). Hull's Jarrod Bowen has been involved in 17 goals in his last 18 league appearances at the KCOM Stadium (15 goals, 2 assists). Nahki Wells has scored six goals in nine Championship games for QPR this season - only one fewer than he scored in 40 league games for the Hoops last season.