It is their first meeting since the Chelsea captain was accused of racially abusing the QPR defender.
Terry will be in court the following Wednesday accused of a racially aggravated public order offence.
Hughes, admitting he will talk to Ferdinand ahead of the Loftus Road clash, said: “Only to get it clear in my own mind where everybody is with it. It would be silly not to do that.
“He’s not come to me and said, ’Gaffer, I need to speak to you about this situation’ so I don’t’ think it’s affected him at all to be perfectly honest.
“I don’t think it’s going to have any influence on my decision whether I pick him.”