Cook back in the fold for Rangers

Managerless QPR could welcome back long-term absentee Lee Cook for the Championship trip to Ian Holloway's Blackpool on Saturday.

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The winger has not made an appearance since April due to knee problems, but he is back in full training and could boost a squad rocked by yet another managerial departure following Paul Hart's decision to quit on Friday.

Caretaker boss Mick Harford can also bring back on-loan Wolves goalkeeper Carl Ikeme, who was ineligible for Tuesday night's FA Cup defeat by Sheffield United.

Ikeme could be handed his debut with regular number one Radek Cerny coming under increasing pressure.

Striker Rowan Vine is still a fortnight away following a minor stomach operation and joins midfielders Gareth Ainsworth (calf), Gavin Mahon and Martin Rowlands (both knee) on the sidelines.

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