QPR is set to return to action on Friday night, heading to Deepdale to take on the Lilywhites. In their previous 4-2 victory over Stoke City at home, 24-year-old Dozzell was sidelined due to a minor injury.

According to the latest update from West London Sport, Dozzell is now back in training and poised for a comeback. Additionally, attacker Sinclair Armstrong awaits a fitness test. Dozzell’s return is a positive development for QPR, providing increased competition and depth in the midfield, as well as added creativity.

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Buoyed by their recent win, QPR aims to build momentum under new manager Marti Cifuentes, who took over from Gareth Ainsworth last month. Cifuentes, previously with Hammarby in Sweden, has secured one victory in his first four matches in charge.

Currently positioned 22nd in the Championship table, QPR is in the relegation zone alongside Sheffield Wednesday and Rotherham United. They trail six points behind safety, with Huddersfield Town and Plymouth Argyle leading. After 18 matches, QPR has amassed 13 points.

Dozzell, who joined QPR in 2021 from Ipswich Town, has been a key figure with 88 appearances in all competitions. This season, he has contributed three goals and two assists in 16 appearances, showcasing his importance to the team.

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