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MEMORABLE MATCHES: BRENTFORD V QPR

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15:00 21st April 2017

by @QPRFC

QPR 3-0 Brentford – March 2016
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink recorded his first back-to-back wins as QPR boss with a comfortable victory over Brentford. Junior Hoilett opened the scoring with what was voted as the R’s goal of the season. Sebastian Polter doubled the lead, slotting underneath David Button before Tjaronn Chery secured the three points with a composed finish. 


QPR 1-0 Brentford - November 2003
Tony Thorpe's first-half strike was enough to earn victory for QPR in the west London derby. The winner came two minutes before half-time when Richard Edghill's free-kick was headed down to Thorpe, who nodded in from close range. The R’s would go on to gain automatic promotion in May finishing behind champions Plymouth Argyle. 


Brentford 1-2 QPR - April 2003    
A last-minute winner from Marc Bircham settled a thrilling west London derby and kept QPR's play-off hopes on track with a win at Brentford. The midfielder slammed a rasping drive into the far corner to send the visiting fans wild. Rangers had taken the lead after eight minutes with Danny Shittu rising unmarked to head home. Mark Peters equalised after a neat knockdown from substitute Steve Evans. But Rangers had the final word when Bircham expertly finished into the top corner.

Brentford 1-4 QPR - December 1961   
This memorable away day just before Christmas was the only time that Rangers have put four past Brentford. An own goal plus strikes from Noel Brian Bedford and John McClelland gave the R’s victory. 

QPR 3-0 Brentford - August 1961
The first of two Queens Park Rangers victories that season as the R’s did the double over our west London rivals. Bedford, Jim Towers and Bernard Evans got the goals in a 3-0 rout. QPR finished 4th but Brentford struggled all year and ended up in 23rd, which meant they were relegated to the Old Fourth Division. 

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