Julio Cesar a concern for QPR ahead of crunch Aston Villa meeting
Premier League team news
Friday 30 November 2012
QPR goalkeeper Julio Cesar is rated doubtful for tomorrow's Barclays Premier League clash with Aston Villa at Loftus Road.
Cesar was replaced at half time of the goalless draw with Sunderland in midweek after sustaining a minor groin tear.
Rob Green will continue to deputise if Cesar fails to recover, while strikers Bobby Zamora (hip) and Andrew Johnson (knee) are longer-term concerns.
Provisional squad: Green, Cesar, Onuoha, Hill, Nelsen, Ferdinand, Mbia, Fabio, Bosingwa, Traore, Derry, Diakite, Park, Granero, Taarabt, Hoilett, Faurlin, Wright-Phillips, Ephraim, Mackie, Cisse.
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