GOAL! Bobby Zamora scores with a header to make it 2-0 to QPR in the 70th minute. A great assist from Hoilett who dropped the ball onto the big mans head and he nodded it past Stetch from six-yards.
Nearly a second of the afternoon for QPR and that man Morrison as his rasping drive from 25-yards skims off the bar.
Green can continue no more and he is substituted for Brian Murphy who makes his league debut for QPR after two and a half years at Loftus Road. Chants of Greeno around Loftus Road.
Change for QPR in attack as Will Keane is replaced by Bobby Zamora for the final 25 minutes.
Bad news for QPR now as it looks like Rob Green is now carrying an injury. It looked a nothing challenge from Ishmael Miller but Green is going to continue for now after the medical staff initially signaled for a change.
58 mins: Scare for QPR as Tom Lawrence is allowed to shoot from distance unopposed and it curls back off of Rob Green's crossbar.
A crowd of 16,667 confirmed for this afternoon with 1,388 from Yeovil.
QPR picking up where they left off after the break. Twice Kranjcar has forced saves out of the keeper in the second half. We've had 13 shots on target so far this afternoon compared to Yeovil's 3.
The two teams are back out on the pitch with the second half about to start shortly. QPR lead 1-0 thanks to Ravel Morrison's opening goal. Think we are going to need a second as Yeovil will obviously come at us this half.
QPR forced into a change just before half-time as Traore this time does go off injured and is replaced by Niko Kranjcar.
Probably the best goal we have scored this season. Morrison collects the ball on the edge of the area faints to shoot before shift to his right and crashing an unstoppable effort off the post into the corner to hand QPR the lead. That has been coming although I have to say I didn't expect it to be quite that good. 1-0 to QPR after 25 minutes.
WHAT A GOAL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ravel Morrison.
We nearly had a break through from a corner as Richard Dunne's well wide shot took a deflection off Keane's knee and just wide of the target. The Manchester United loanee wouldn't have known too much about it had it gone in.
Ravel Morrison could have been one on one there but Will Keane touched the ball in an offside decision. Easy to say sitting up here but should have left that.
Yeovil have had the better of the opening 12 minutes after a slow start from QPR but looks like the R's are starting to find their feet now.
Goalmouth scramble as QPR try to turn in a corner but are unable to find the vital touch. All came off the back of Clint Hill's "dummy" to Joey Barton.
Shows what I know, Traore back on his feet and waiting to come back on again. It is as you were for QPR after 6 minutes. 0-0.
Yeovil just had the ball in the net through Luke Ayling but the referee had already blown for an infringement. Lively start from both sides with Hoiett going close for QPR. More pressing though is the fact that Traore is down receiving treatment. Doesn't look great from here.
So Yeovil Town get the game underway kick-off towards the School End in the first half. Hill is at left-back as predicted and Onuoha picks up his place in the centre of defence whilst Aaron Hughes slots in at right-back.
There will now be a minutes applause for former manager of both sides Alec Stock after the teams have swapped ends. Stock is a legend at both clubs and today is Alec Stock Day.
Might need my sunglasses this afternoon. Not because of the sun but Yeovil's kit is somewhat bright. Fluorescent green is what I am reliably informed it is called.
Here we go. THIS IS LOFTUS ROAD says Paul Morrisey and Clint Hill leads the QPR team out of the tunnel at Loftus Road, kick-off is now just moments away. Don't go anywhere - not that you would of course!
HUGHES ONLY CHANGE
Aaron Hughes replaces the injured Benoit Assou-Ekotto for today's match against Yeovil Town in the only change by boss Harry Redknapp. That should see Will Keane lead the QPR attack like he did against Brighton midweek. However, there is some debate as to who will start at left-back with Clint Hill the obvious choice. We will of course bring you confirmation on that at kick-off.
Today might be too early for defender Danny Simpson to return from his back injury but that hasn't stopped him supporting QPR today.
Yeovil Town's Jamie McAllister has been speaking ahead of today's game at Loftus Road.