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Newcastle United can record a fifth consecutive Premier League win over Queens Park Rangers on Saturday with another victory.
Alan Pardew’s men won impressively at West Brom before the international break in securing a 2-0 win at the Hawthorns.
Ayoze Perez opened the scoring with a superb flicked finish on the stroke of half-time after an otherwise chanceless first period.
The club captain Fabricio Coloccini sealed the win with a header from a Daryl Janmaat cross, with the Dutch defender assisting both goals.
Queens Park Rangers put in another impressive showing, holding the Premier League champions Manchester City to a 2-2 draw.
Charlie Austin opened the scoring, although Sergio Aguero levelled minutes later for the visitors.
QPR continued their level of threat and a Martin Demichelis own goal restored their lead, however Aguero once again scored to earn City a draw.
Newcastle are without defeat in their last eight games with Rangers, winning three of the last four matches.
Both of the last two meetings at St. James’s Park finished 1-0 in the home sides advantage, with Shola Ameobi scoring the winner in the most recent game.
Newcastle are unlikely to make changes to the side that beat West Brom, meaning Papiss Cisse will be on the bench.
Perez has scored three in three games and will lead the line ahead of the Senegalese striker.
Steven Taylor will be partnered by a new defender, with Coloccini ruled out through injury.
Queens Park Rangers could give Joey Barton his first start since an injury, with Karl Henry to miss out.
Eduardo Vargas will continue from a right role, with the Napoli loanee impressing since his move.
Austin and Bobby Zamora will lead the line again, with the pair working better together.
Newcastle: Krul; Janmaat, Taylor, Dummett, Haidara; Colback, Abeid, Sissoko; Cabella, Perez, Ameobi
QPR: Green; Isla, Caulker, Dunne, Yun; Vargas, Sandro, Barton, Fer; Zamora, Austin