QPR boss Ian Holloway is likely to make just once change from the side that secured a crucial three points against Sunderland last weekend, with Joel Lynch coming into the back four to replace Jack Robinson.
Rangers will be without Grant Hall, Idrissa Sylla, David Wheeler and Jamie Mackie for their trip to Villa Park.
With 10 wins from their last 12 games, Villa are doing everything in their power to hunt down Cardiff in 2nd place. Unfortunately for them, Cardiff aren't slowing down and have won six on the trot heading into Tuesday night's fixtures.
Victory over seemingly-doomed Sunderland on Saturday helped put an end to any faint, lingering fears of relegation QPR fans may have had. 13 points clear, the Rs now have 10 games to build for next season.
The hosts have a lot riding on this clash and could find themselves seven points shy of the top two should results go against them. However, with all of Villa's attacking force in scintillating form, expect a comfortable home victory.
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