QPR may make goalkeeper change for visit of Swansea

Posted Tuesday, August 20, 2019 by PA

QPR may make goalkeeper change for visit of Swansea

QPR manager Mark Warburton could consider a change of goalkeeper for the Sky Bet Championship visit of Swansea.

Joe Lumley was at fault for one of the goals in Saturday’s 2-0 defeat at Bristol City, and he could pay the price for that error with Scotland Under-21 international Liam Kelly breathing down his neck.

Kelly joined from Livingston in June and has yet to make his league debut for the Hoops, but he was the hero in the Carabao Cup penalty shoot-out win against Bristol City.

Lee Wallace remains the only injury concern with the hip problem that has prevented him from playing since moving south of the border from Rangers.

Nathan Dyer is in danger of missing out for Swansea after picking up a hamstring injury during the weekend win over Preston.

But Swansea are not short of attacking options with Andre Ayew – who has not started a game for the club since May 2018 – Sam Surridge and Kristoffer Peterson all available.

George Byers, who scored the winner against Preston after coming on as a half-time substitute, is likely to return to the starting line-up.

Boss Steve Cooper will keep faith with Joe Rodon after the young central defender’s difficult week, the Wales Under-21 international having removed himself from social media after suffering abuse following the Preston game.


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