Bristol City have lost eight of their last 10 games but are looking to win their third game in four since Nigel Pearson was appointed. Queens Park Rangers are hoping to get back to winning ways as they remain winless in three.
A win for Bristol City could put them seven points off the play-off places if results go their was whereas a win for QPR will push them even further away from the relegation zone.
Most recently, City lost at home to AFC Bournemouth 2-1.
Tyreek Barkinson finished his second goal of the season to open the scoring with a looping header before a Dan Bentley own-goal levelled the two sides, moments from half-time.
In the 88th minute, Cameron Carter-Vickers won the game for the Cherries with a header, bouncing just infront of Bentley to make it 2-1.
QPR also faced defeat, losing 3-1 at Loftus Road. Daryl Dike put Barnsley 1-0 up for a short period of time as Charlie Austin quickly equalised minutes later.
However, Alex Mowatt responded even quicker than the R's, putting the visitors ahead in the 29th minute.
In the 56th minute, substitution, Carlton Morris made an instant impact, scoring within seconds of his appearance. Sealing the three points for the Tykes.
Out for the season with a MCL injury, Alfie Mawson will of course miss this midweek clash.
Another serious injury is Andreas Weimann's ACL, who hasn't featured since October and remains out.
Suffering with a hamstring injury, Callum O'Dowda is set to miss the match but is expected back very soon.
Jay Dasilva and Joe Williams are also nursing injuries.
Charlie Owens is out for a few more weeks as he carries a knee injury.
Suffering with a cruciate ligament injury, Luke Amos is out until June.
Bentley; Mariappa, Kalas, Moore; Hunt, Vyner, Bakinson, Palmer, Sessegnon; Semenyo, Diedhiou.
Queens Park Rangers:
Dieng; Dickie, Cameron, Barbet, Kane; Ball, Johansen, Hamalainen; Willock, Bonne, Austin.
Ones to watch
In the Championship, the striker has eight goals to his name so far this season.
His most recent came in a big 3-1 win away to Middlesbrough where the Senegalese striker scored a brace. Without a goal in two games, he will be looking to add to his tally on Saturday afternoon.
He’s made 10 starts since joining and has scored five goals, the highest scorer in W12. He scored on in his last two games when the R's lost 2-1 and 3-1 away to Birmingham and home to Barnsley, respectively. His three other goals came in big wins against Luton Town, Watford and Brentford.
Queens Park Rangers 1-2 Bristol City (01/12/2020)
Where to watch
UK residents will be able to watch the game live on the club's iFollow page, on Saturday, 6th March with the game kicking off at 15:00 PM.