Third place Arsenal will be out to maintain their grasp on third place when they make the short trip across London to take on QPR.
The Gunners are currently 1 point clear of Manchester United in the final automatic Champions league spot and head into the game on the back of four wins in their last five games.
Last time out they beat Everton 2-0, a result that moved them to within four points of 2nd place Manchester City.
The remarkable form is all the more impressive when you consider that it has been achieved with Jack Wilshere (ankle), Mathieu Flamini (hamstring) and Mikel Arteta (ankle) all on the treatment table.
The trio could be joined by Francis Coquelin with the defensive midfielder a doubt after breaking his news against the Toffee’s on Sunday.
The French man has become a crucial part of the Gunners midfield in recent months and if ruled out his loss would be a big blow, especially as QPR represent a different prospect on their home patch.
The hoops have lost just four times this season at home, although they have picked up just two points in their last four games, losing to both Manchester United and Southampton recently.
Manager Chris Ramsey, may have overseen a first away win of the season against Sunderland in round 25 however last time out there was the familiar feeling of defeat as the club lost 2-1 to Hull City.
Ramsey has no new injury worries ahead of the game however Mauricio Isla, Leroy Fer, Richard Dunne, Sandro and Alejandro Faurlin are all out injured while captain Joey Barton serves the first match of his three-match suspension after being sent off against Hull City.
QPR currently sit fourth from bottom with just goal difference keeping them out of the bottom three.