The R's have lost eight league games in 2019 but, with Cameron expected to resume his normal midfield duties in the coming weeks, Rangers will likely get back to winning ways.
Cameron has been out since early December with an ankle injury, and so often provided the presence and assurance QPR have craved in recent weeks and his return will be welcomed by all.
Although the likes of Josh Scowen and Jordan Cousins have played okay in Cameron's absence, the United States star is a cut above and his Premier League and international experience will be so beneficial to Rangers.
Manager Steve McClaren has seen his side drop down to 18th in the table and, although Cameron cannot play against his parent club this weekend, the former England boss will want to unleash him in the upcoming games.
Even though Cameron's best years are behind him, he is very much at home at this level and his tough-tackling and no-nonsense approach is just the tonic QPR need to rejuvenate their midfield...and ultimately their season.
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