Park return still a week away

Ji-Sung Park is not expected to feature in this week's crunch Premier League clash between Queens Park Rangers and Southampton.

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Ji-Sung Park: Unlikely to face Saints

Ji-Sung Park: Unlikely to face Saints

The ex-Manchester United midfielder has been out of action for three weeks with a sore knee and Rangers' manager Mark Hughes does not expect the South Korean to play at Loftus Road this Saturday.

QPR are yet to win a Premier League match this season, while visiting Saints have managed just one.

Hughes told West London Sport: "Ji's been struggling with his knee but we're hopeful he'll start training and then figure, possibly not this weekend, but the one after.

"The injuries are clearing and we're getting a few back. Kieron Dyer will hopefully be an option."

Dyer is back in training following a calf injury.

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