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QPR vs. Ipswich Town 0

Loftus Road

August 17

3pm

Blues Unchanged at QPR

The omens are not good for Ipswich as they take on Harry Redknapp's QPR.

The Blues have managed just one away win in the league this calendar year, while QPR are looking for their second home win of the season.

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QPR Team News:

After thinning out his squad with Adel Tarrabt going to Fulham QPR boss Redknapp will make a late check on 27-year-old Alejandro Faurlin

Former West Ham midfielder Gary O'Neil could make his Rangers debut having been on the bench in the last game.

Player to watch: Charlie Austin

Terrific at this level

Ipswich Town 0 Team News:

QPR will make a late check on 27-year-old Alejandro Faurlin - the Argentina midfielder has a thigh strain.
Former West Ham midfielder Gary O'Neil could make his Rangers debut having been on the bench in the last game.
Ipswich changes are unlikely following last weekend's impressive 3-0 home win over Millwall.
Jay Tabb and Aaron Cresswell both overcame injury to start against the Lions and are again expected to feature at Loftus Road.
MATCH FACTS

Head-to-head
Queens Park Rangers did the league double over Ipswich when they were last in the same division in 2010/11, with a 3-0 win at Portman Road, and 2-0 triumph at Loftus Road.
The Suffolk club are looking for a fifth win from eight Championship visits to the west London club.
It's 16 years since Rangers last failed to score in a home league game against the Tractor Boys.
Queens Park Rangers
A 2-1 home win over Sheffield Wednesday and 1-1 away draw against Huddersfield, has already given Queens Park Rangers their best start to a league season since the promotion winning campaign of 2010/11, when they remained unbeaten for the first 19.
All their league goals this term have been scored in the seven minutes before half-time.
The Hoops could win successive home league games for the first time since May 2012, and if so they will have equalled their total number of home victories in the Premier League last season.
If selected, former Fulham forward Andy Johnson will be making his 300th career league start.
Ipswich Town
The Tractor Boys effectively got their season up and running with last Saturday's 3-0 home win over Millwall, and are now looking for their first back-to-back victories since the end of March.

There is no reason for Mick McCarthy to change the team that beat Millwall 3-0 last week.

That means keeper Scott Loach will be making his 200th career league appearance.

Player to watch: David McGoldrick

Best hope for a goal

Match Facts & Stats

Match Prediction:

Hate to say it but can't see us doing better than a draw, although in reality I'm expecting a 2-1 loss.

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Writer: Dan The Town Man Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday August 16 2013

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