Ryan Nelsen departure to FC Toronto and Nedum Onouha’s injury meant that the R’s were without two of their first choice back-four that held City goalless last
Wednesday heading into this weekend’s game against Norwich at Loftus Road but it would seem that it made little difference to their resolve.
These absences however ment that, Harry Redknapp’s could hand new signing Chris Samba an earlier debut than expected with Fabio slotting in alongside Clint Hill and Armand Traore.
Samba was a key influence in front of the magnificent Julio Cesar who has been in superb form since making to the move to the Premier League.
Fantasy interest in the Rangers back line is certainly growing with new boy Samba emerging as an early fantasy favourite ahead of a favourable upcoming schedule for Harry’s side that will see them face off against Swansea, Southampton, Sunderland and Aston Villa in the next five.