Park Ji-sung to return for Harry Redknapp's first match in charge of QPR
Monday 26 November 2012
Harry Redknapp should be able to call on QPR captain Park Ji-sung for his first game in charge at Sunderland tomorrow.
Park failed to recover from a knee problem in time for Saturday's defeat at former club Manchester United but is expected to be in contention for the Barclays Premier League trip to the Stadium of Light.
Jose Bosingwa is thought to have recovered from the virus that ruled him out at the weekend but 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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