Thomas Frank says he will know more about Neal Maupay and Said Benrahma’s injuries on Monday.

The pair were both stretchered off after Brentford conceded three times in 10 minutes to lose 3-2 against west London rivals Queens Park Rangers.

After QPR goalkeeper Joe Lumley parried Benrahma’s effort from range, Maupay, who is the Championship’s leading scorer, grabbed his 12th goal of the season.

But the Bees’ lead would be bittersweet as the striker would go off with a concussion on the stroke of half time.

Joel Lynch, Massimo Luongo, and Nakhi Wells all found the net in quick succession to, not only fire the hosts into the lead, but give them a solid advantage.

Henrik Dalsgaard used neat footwork to fire home past Lumley but, amid the celebrations, Benrahma would be taken off with an ankle injury.

Frank believes neither injury is serious, but more details will be revealed at the start of next week during the international break.

When asked whether Maupay’s injury had a significant impact, he said: “No, in that moment in the game I just thought, 'who are we going to sub in and what are we doing for the rest of the game?'

“As far as I know, it's not that bad [the injury]. It's only a small concussion.”

The Bees boss, who took over from Dean Smith during the previous international break, said the French hotshot was seen to by the club’s head doctor and didn’t go to hospital.

He said he didn’t know how bad Benrahma’s injury was but, hopefully, more would be known by Monday.