I can understand why some people love 4-4-2, it’s simple and can be effective if you have the right players but we don’t. You need two top drawer wingers and two central players who can run a midfield, we don’t have either. We have the perfect players for an attacking 4-3-3, Rosler tried it but he was too negative, we sat back too much. Steve Evans doesn’t help himself in playing Alex Mowatt on the left side of midfield either, he cannot play that position. For me, we need to change to 4-3-3 like we had with Grayson in the Championship. I’d play Chris Wood as the striker, Botaka on the left and Dallas on the right. This also means that we could play Alex Mowatt in his proper position, in the hole behind the striker, like Howson used to play. Then you could have Cook and Bridcutt sitting, but that’s easily interchangeable with Luke Murphy, Tom Adeyemi or even Kalvin Phillips. 4-4-2 is severely limiting how we play, the other teams defence can easily handle Mowatt so it leaves Dallas in a bit of trouble. Lewis Cook is an unbelievable footballer and he will no doubt be great in the Premier League for years to come but he isn’t made for a 4-4-2. Given how young our midfield is, we need to load the midfield and we have a lot of options for this. Creating chances seems to be an issue at the moment and putting them away is an even bigger one. The only positive for me from the QPR game was the return of Charlie Taylor, he has probably been our best player this season and we have missed him. Even if we won’t play Byram for a stupid reason, when Berardi is back that means we no longer have to watch Scott Wootton which is good news. Sol Bamba is in contention to return for the Hull game too which means no more Bellusci, excellent. Seriously though, Steve Evans is looking severely out of his depth so I really hope he has a rethink on Saturday. It’s obviously not all down to the formation, playing hoofball doesn’t help either. Sort it out Steve.