Sandro returned to action in a friendly organised by QPR on Tuesday afternoon.
The Brazilian midfielder, back in the country following a problem with his visa, played just under an hour of the reserve game against Reading at Rangers’ Harlington training ground, where Jay Emmanuel-Thomas’ first-half goal gave the hosts a 1-0 win.
Armand Traore and recent signing Daniel Tozser featured as well, as did Yun Suk-Young, Karl Henry, Junior Hoilett and Grant Hall.
Midfielder Leon Lobjoit, who is on trial with the R’s, also played.
Lobjoit, 20, was at Coventry City until his contract was terminated by mutual consent in January 2014. He was previously at MK Dons.
It was Traore’s first action of the campaign – he missed all of pre-season because of a knee injury.
Yun, who has been involved in the previous two Under-21 matches for Rangers, played for an hour and hopes to return to the first-team squad for Saturday’s game against Nottingham Forest following a knee problem.