Mark Warburton will be a little frustrated that his Queens Park Rangers team have struggled to keep their momentum going of late.
The Londoners were one of the favourites for promotion at the start of the season, dismantling Manchester United so impressively in their pre-season campaign.
However, two wins in six have staggered their strong start a little. They bungled leads to Blackpool and Nottingham Forest in this time period.
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Lyndon Dykes and Andre Gray have been rather profligate in front of goal and wastefulness will always get punished in the Championship.
Frustration at what might have been is a common theme across both sets of squads, with Luton Town also pushing for a play-off spot but they haven’t managed to secure back-to-back wins in their last six games.
Losses to Preston North End and Stoke City have held their progress back a little bit; they’re only two points off the play-offs.
QPR v Luton Team News
Stefan Johansen could make a return for QPR after illness kept him out of the match with Blackpool.
Lyndon Dykes was missing from Scotland’s amazing victory against Denmark and he might be replaced by Charlie Austin in the R’s line-up, with Charlie Austin waiting in the wings.
In the other camp, Fred Onyedinma could be recalled ahead of Allan Campbell.
Long-term absentees Jordan Clark and Luke Berry are pushing hard to make a return to the starting eleven.
Veteran forward Cameron Jerome will hope to return to the fold, adding some more firepower to the Luton attack.
QPR v Luton Town Prediction
QPR will build from a back-three base and attack with their wing-backs.
Albert Adomah and Moses Odubajo offer pace and dynamism out-wide while Ilias Chair and Chris Willock are excellent creators in the centre of the pitch.
As noted, their problem has been in attack.
There isn’t a clear stand-out option between Dykes, Gray and Austin, all of whom have their pros and cons. Austin is the best goalscorer but offers the least outside of his goals.
Gray is blisteringly quick and can stretch defences but his eye-for-goal has been lacking for some time.
Dykes makes a handful of himself and links the play well but he has never been a predatory centre-forward.
Luton also have troubles putting the ball in the back of the net but they did fire three past a struggling Middlesbrough team before the international break.
They have notched 11 goals on the road, however, so they are capable of finding goals when necessary. Elijah Adebayo and Harry Cornick have 15 league goals between them.