With the three promoted sides currently filling the Premier League drop zone, two of them meet in a vital game on Saturday as Queens Park Rangers take on Leicester City.
The hosts were quite comfortable for much of their last outing at Newcastle United, only to concede a late winner in what was a cagey affair. Manager Harry Redknapp’s main criticism was a lack of creativity as his team slid back to the bottom of the table.
With Queens Park Rangers defender Rio Ferdinand set to return from suspension, manager Harry Redknapp is adamant that he has a big role to play in the club this season, reports ITV Football.
“He is going to train and we will assess his fitness. He has not played for a few weeks now, as he had the suspension. Rio does not have anything to prove to anybody. He has been a fantastic player for so many years. He found it difficult in thos...More
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has suffered a major blow with the news that midfielder Sandro will be unavailable until the New Year due to a knee injury, BBC Sport has reported.
The summer signing from Redknapp’s former club Tottenham has struggled to attain full fitness throughout his three-month stint at Loftus Road, and as a result has been in and out of the starting XI. He was forced off after 61 minutes of Saturday’...More
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp was disappointed after his side lost 1-0 to Newcastle United in a tight game at St. James’ Park on Saturday, Goal.com has reported.
Clear opportunities were few and far between throughout the 90 minutes, with Charlie Austin seeing a shot curl wide in the first half for QPR after a defensive mix-up nearly saw Jack Colback net at the other end.
The only goal of the game arrived 12 minutes fro...More
Newcastle United will be aiming to secure their sixth consecutive win in all competitions when they take on another vastly improved outfit in Queens Park Rangers.
Alan Pardew and his formerly beleaguered players could not do anything right just a few short weeks ago, but suddenly, following an international break they looked a changed team and one full of newfound confidence.
That was underlined once again in the last match at West ...More
Queens Park Rangers and Sunderland have both accepted £20,000 fines for failing to control their players following incidents which took place during the last round of Premier League fixtures, writes Sky Sports.
Neither side took up the option of contesting their respective punishments, with QPR having received theirs for a number of their players confronting referee Mike Dean after he ruled out a Charlie Austin goal in the 2-2 draw w...More
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