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Mark Kennedy could make his home debut for Ipswich after recovering from a recent hamstring injury.Winger Andros Townsend is available again after serving a suspension, but Darren O'Dea has been nursing a knee problem and could miss out.
QPR include Kyle Walker in their squad after his arrival on loan from Spurs as cover for Bradley Orr and Peter Ramage, who picked up injuries at the weekend.
Deadline-day signing Rob Hulse is still out with an Achilles problem.
MATCH PREVIEWTwo of the Championship's three unbeaten sides meet at Portman Road in what promises to be a real test of their promotion credentials.
Rangers staged a late fightback to snatch a draw at Derby and had to be patient on Saturday, before scoring three times in 10 second-half minutes to see off Middlesbrough. But they have tended to start well this term, with six of their goals coming in the first half.
Ipswich, on the other hand, have not netted before the 50th minute and are one of only two teams yet to score a Championship goal in the first half. They will replace Rangers at the top of the table if they win and Cardiff lose at Leicester.
• Ipswich have won the last four matches between these clubs are unbeaten in nine matches against QPR.
• Ipswich have conceded the opening goal in only one of their five league matches this season (against Middlesbrough).
• Town have used 22 players in the Championship so far. Only Coventry have fielded as many.
Queens Park Rangers
• QPR have conceded only two league goals this season and are the only side to have kept four clean sheets in the Championship.
• They have already scored four penalties this term, and 39 of their 74 goal attempts have been on target.