A win for QPR will put them on the same amount of points as their opponents whereas a win for Millwall will push them closer to the play-off but they would still be nine points away.
Most recently, the R's lost to Huddersfield Town 1-0 at Loftus Road.
In the 55th minute, Juninho Bacuna scored the only goal of the game with an emphatic strike to help Town win three very vital points.
Charlie Owens is out for a few more weeks as he carries a knee injury.
Suffering with ligament injuries, Luke Amos and Tom Carroll are both out until May.
January signing, Maikel Kieftenbeld, could return to match day squad after a slight hamstring injury.
Queens Park Rangers:
Dieng; Dickie, Cameron, Barbet, Kane; Ball, Johansen, Hamalainen; Willock, Bonne, Austin.
Stockdale; Grimmer, Stewart, Tafazolli, Obita; Knight; Onyedinma, Wheeler, Mehmeti; Horgan; Ikpeazu.
Ones to watch
Queens Park Rangers - Charlie Austin
Millwall - Jed Wallace
The attacker has scored seven goals so far this season for the Lions along with four assists, and will look to enter double figures on his goal tally again in the Championship.
Starting on the left in the front three, Wallace is a key asset to Millwall's attack. He's a threatening player going forward and always one the opposition should be wary of.
Millwall 1-1 Queens Park Rangers (08/12/2020)
Where to watch
UK residents will be able to watch the game live on Sky Sports red button on Wednesday, 17th March with the game kicking off at 19:00GMT.