The West Yorkshire outfit will head into the match against QPR at Loftus Road on the back of a 1-0 win against Sheffield United away from home in the Yorkshire derby.
Marcelo Bielsa’s side are second in the Championship table at the moment with 39 points from 20 matches, just a point behind leaders Norwich City.
Meanwhile, QPR currently find themselves 11th in the league standings with 28 points from 20 matches.
Steve McClaren’s side will head into the match against Leeds on the back of a 3-2 defeat to Hull City at Loftus Road in the Championship.
It is hard to see QPR finish in the top two of the Championship table this season, but given their performances and results in recent weeks, the London club can challenge for the playoffs.
This is how Leeds and QPR will line up for their Championship game at Elland Road this afternoon:
Forshaw told Leeds Live when asked how hard it is to change roles: “It is hard. If you understand the game, as Kalvin does, you take it in your stride. Good help for the manager and benefits everyone.”