DAVID Brooks could be fit to feature for Cherries against QPR tomorrow.

The winger was sent home from Wales duty this week due to injury, but may recover in time for the clash at Vitality Stadium (3pm).

However, boss Jason Tindall confirmed Lloyd Kelly would again miss out due to a hamstring problem.

"Brooksy picked up a knock while he was away with Wales," said Tindall.

"Fortunately enough for us, it’s nothing serious. It’s one that we’ll assess again today, potentially could be involved tomorrow.

"If he’s not involved tomorrow then it’s one that’s only going to keep him out for a few days."

Tindall will also assess the fitness of Joshua King, who featured for Norway in the week.

"Josh, with only playing on Wednesday, today is only 48 hours since his last game so he’s on second day recovery today," he said.

"He’ll be one that gets assessed later to see whether we feel we need to involve him or if he’s fit enough to be involved."

Asked for an update on defender Kelly, Tindall added: "He's doing really well. He’s back out on the training ground.

"This weekend is going to be too soon for him, but I’m looking to having him involved for next week if all goes well.

"Really pleased with the way Lloydy has come back and the way his rehab has gone. He’s looking good with the work he’s been doing on the training ground and we’re looking to have him back in the next few days or so."