QPR have injury doubts over Clint Hill, Fitz Hall and Paddy Kenny ahead of the visit of Leeds.
Hill has been told he does not require an operation on his troublesome ankle injury and boss Neil Warnock has not ruled the left-back out of the final-day match.
Centre-half Hall came off during the first half of the win at Watford last weekend with a recurrence of his hamstring injury and could miss out.
And goalkeeper Kenny will have a late fitness test on the shoulder problem which forced him to pull out during the warm-up at Vicarage Road.
Defender Peter Ramage is fit after a cruciate injury and came on against Watford but Jamie Mackie (broken leg) is still out.
Leeds defender Patrick Kisnorbo is hoping to end his 14-month injury nightmare with a final-day appearance at QPR.
Manager Simon Grayson opted not to put Kisnorbo on the substitutes' bench for last week's home win over Burnley after the Australian had been named in the provisional squad.
Kisnorbo has not featured this season after rupturing his Achilles tendon against Millwall in March 2010.
Striker Luciano Becchio remains doubtful with the hamstring problem which has kept him out of the previous three matches, as does midfielder Lloyd Sam (knee).
Another forward, Ross McCormack, made only his fifth start against Burnley and will be hoping to retain his place after scoring his first league goal in over a year.
Grayson has no new injury or suspension problems as his side cling on to their slender play-off hopes. They need to win and hope Nottingham Forest lose at Crystal Palace, with a six-goal swing in Leeds' favour.