The Hoops have won four out of their last five league games and have looked a much improved team since Charlie Austin returned to the club on loan.
Luke Amos and Charlie Owens remain long-term absentees for QPR.
Cherries captain Steve Cook will be missing following his adductor injury. Dominic Solanke and Jack Stacey will also be absent.
Dieng; Barbet, Cameron, Dickie; Wallace, Johansen, Chair, Ball, Kane; Austin, Dykes.
Begovic; Rico, Kelly, Carter-Vickers, Smith; Billing, Wilshere, Lerma; Brooks, Long, Stanislas.
Ones to watch
Austin's winner against Brentford in midweek was his 33rd goal in 50 home games. This is the most a QPR player has ever managed from that many appearances at Loftus Road, equalled only by Hoops legend Les Ferdinand.
Philip Billing starred in Bournemouth's impressive FA Cup win over Burnley before being dropped to the bench in the club's 0-0 draw with Nottingham Forest. He returned to the starting lineup against Rotherham in the week and scored the only goal of the game in a 1-0 victory.
The side's played out a dull 0-0 draw when they met earlier on in the season, the game being the first time the two teams had met since 2014 thanks to Bournemouth's recent Premier League status.
However, the last time the Cherries took a trip to Loftus Road – back in December 2013 – QPR ran out resounding 3-0 winners.
Last time out...
How to watch
This match will kick-off at 15:00 pm on Saturday the 20th of February and will be available to watch on each club's respective streaming service for £10.