Hall sidelined for Bluebirds battle

QPR central defender Fitz Hall has been ruled out of the trip to South Wales to take on Cardiff in the Championship on Saturday.

Last Updated: 18/09/09 at 11:12

Hall: Groin injury

Hall: Groin injury

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Hall suffered a groin tear in training last week so Kaspars Gorkss could earn a recall in defence.

Skipper Martin Rowlands will push for a start after returning as a substitute against Peterborough last weekend.

The midfielder had been sidelined since suffering an ankle injury on the opening day of the season and came through his comeback appearance unscathed.

Winger Lee Cook (knee), veteran midfielder Gareth Ainsworth (hamstring) and young striker Angelo Balanta (groin) are still on the sidelines.

Iceland international forward Heidar Helguson this week returned to his former club Watford on loan so Arsenal youngster Jay Simpson keeps his place in attack.

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