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Queens Park Rangers vs Millwall at Loftus Road Stadium


  • 2 Queens Park Rangers

    • 73‘ Massimo Luongo
    • 85‘ Matt Smith
  • 2 Millwall

    • 6‘ Conor McLaughlin
    • 50‘ Jed Wallace


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Key Moments

  • Matt Smith levels with five minutes remaining
  • Luongo pulls a goal back for QPR 17 minutes from time
  • Jed Wallace puts the visitors 2-0 up in the second half
  • Millwall reduced to 10 men as Lee Gregory is sent off
  • Conor McLaughlin puts Millwall ahead after 6 minutes
Hide Line-ups
  • 1 GK Smithies
  • 22 M Wszolek
  • 3 D Bidwell
  • 18 D Robinson
  • 17 FWD Smith (45‘)
  • 20 D Baptiste
  • 21 M Luongo
  • 7 M Freeman
  • 35 LuaLua (62‘)
  • 40 FWD Sylla (52‘)
  • 11 M Scowen
  • 1 GK Archer
  • 2 D McLaughlin
  • 3 D Meredith
  • 6 M Williams
  • 17 D Webster
  • 4 D Hutchinson
  • 18 M Tunnicliffe (58‘)
  • 23 M Saville
  • 20 FWD Morison
  • 35 D Cooper (58‘)


  • 5 D Chinedum Onuoha (45‘)
  • 9 FWD Conor Washington (52‘)
  • 12 FWD Jamie Mackie (62‘)
  • 14 M Ryan Manning
  • 26 GK Joe Lumley
  • 2 D Darnell Furlong
  • 36 David Wheeler
  • 14 M Jed Wallace (58‘)
  • 11 D Shane Ferguson (58‘)
  • 9 FWD Lee Gregory (41‘)
  • 12 D Mahlon Romeo
  • 21 M Kristopher Twardek
  • 10 M Fred Onyedinma
  • 5 D Tony Craig
  • 16 David Martin

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QPR 2, Millwall 2

QPR fight back from 2-0 down against 10 men of Millwall to secure a point at Loftus Road as second half goals from Massimo Luongo and Matt Smith secure a draw for Ian Holloway's side.


Freeman strikes the bar

QPR with a late free-kick and Freeman hits the top of the bar from 20-yards.


Nearly a winner

Freeman nearly with a winner as his volley into the ground is saved by Archer. 

Smith's leveller

Matt Smith slams it home to make it 2-2.


Added time

Five minutes of additional time at the end of the second half. 


Smith leveller

LuaLua's free-kick takes a ricoche and finds Smith who slams it home from close range. 




Luongo volley

Massimo looking for an equaliser as he hits wide with his left boot after Millwall clear Freeman's corner. 


QPR pilling it on

This time it's Scowen with a volley from the edge of the box but Archer pushes behind. 


Yellow Card

Millwall sub Ryan Tunnicliffe is booked for a strong tackle on Scowen.



Luongo's shot from the edge of the area is parried by Archer but it's too quick for Smith to react and he knocks wide from close range. 


Luongo pulls one back

A QPR corner is half cleared by the Millwall defence and Luongo is on hand just inside the area to rocket an effort home to give QPR some hope.




Somehow QPR denied

Matt Smith gets his head on the end of a cross from the right and Archer turns behind for a corner.


Yellow Card

Millwall keeper Jordan Archer booked for time wasting in the Lions goal. 



Luke Freeman drops a great corner into the six-yard box that misses everyone including Sylla at the back post.


Penalty appeal

Smith is hauled down in the area but the R's penalty appeals are waved away by the referee.


Third QPR change

Jamie Mackie is replaced by Kazenga LuaLua for the final 30 mins.


Double Millwall sub

Shane Ferguson is replaced by Jake Cooper for the visitors. Jed Wallace is also replaced by Ryan Tunnicliffe. 


QPR sub

Idrissa Sylla replaces Conor Washington as QPR make their second change this evening. 


Yellow Card

Steve Morrison is booked for the visitors by referee Roger East.



Millwall make it 2-0 five minutes into the second half after Williams and Wallace combine before Wallace fires through the legs of Smithies. 


Good start

Rangers with another chance as Freeman works it onto his left foot from distance and Archer gets down low to gather. 


Early chance

Matt Smith gets a first opportunity as he meets Bidwell's cross from the left on the volley but Archer saves at the second attempt. 


Second half underway

Rangers get the match restarted. Come on you R's!


QPR sub

Matt Smith replaces Nedum Onuoha at the break.


QPR 0, Millwall 1

QPR trail at the break to Conor McLaughlin's sixth minute goal. However, the visitors are down to ten men following Lee Gregory's red card before half-time. All to play for in the second half.


Added time

Five minutes at the end of the first half added on.



QPR apply pressure and as Luongo sees his shot beaten away by keeper Archer before Washington slams the rebound against the bar. 


Red Card

Millwall down to 10 men as Lee Gregory is sent off for a two footed tackle on Josh Scowen. No doubt in the referees mind. 


Yellow Card

Luke Freeman is booked for a foul having been fouled himself first that went unpunished. 


Headed over

Byron Webster heads over for Millwall from Ferguson's corner. 


Smithies save

QPR keeper Smithies been busy this evening as this time he pushes away Saville's header away following Shane Ferguson's free-kick. 



Good chance as Luongo picks out Mackie in the area but his header is too weak to beat the keeper. 


Another Millwall chance

Steve Morrison makes good contact with a header from close range but fortunately heads it straight at Alex Smithies.



Washington appears to be fouled by Conor Mclaughlin in the Millwall area but the referee says no penalty. 


Freeman takes aim

Luke Freeman shoots from just outside the Millwall area and keeper Jordan Archer pushes away from the on running Conor Washington. 



Nedum Onuoha gets the matches first yellow card after a foul on Lee Gregory.



Millwall take the lead inside the opening stages after a strike from Conor McLaughlin hits a sweet volley on the outside of his foot from just inside the area. 


Early Millwall chance

Lee Gregory sees his shot pushed over the bar by Alex Smithies.


Here we go

Millwall get the match underway here at a rainy Loftus Road. 

Teams out

Kick-off coming up here at Loftus Road. 

Alive and kick

Alex Baptiste gets ready for tonight's match against Millwall at Loftus Road.

Breaking QPR team news

QPR boss Ian Holloway has named an unchanged side to face Millwall this evening. 

He's magic, you know

Massimo Luongo is in the building ahead of tonight.

QPR+ commentary team are here

Opposing view

Ollie on facing his former side

β€œI’m looking forward to another challenge. Obviously it’s against a team I used to manage. Does that change anything? No, not for me. I just want to beat whoever is in front of us, and we have to earn that right. The lads are in a good place and we have to be ready to take on a very tough opponent.”

Last meeting

Ollie previews Millwall visit


It's game day here under the lights at Loftus Road as Ian Holloway's R's aim to tame the Lions.

We welcome Millwall to W12 in the first league London derby of the season.

Stick with us throughout the evening for all the latest updates and behind the scenes content. 

Other games that day

  • Sunderland0
    Nottingham Forest1
  • Leeds United2
    Birmingham City0
  • Wolverhampton Wanderers3
    Bristol City3
  • Sheffield Wednesday2
  • Preston North End3
    Cardiff City0
  • Aston Villa0
  • Norwich City0
    Burton Albion0
  • Bolton Wanderers0
    Sheffield United1

Sky Bet Championship

P GD Pts
1 Leeds United 7 +12 17
2 Cardiff City 7 +5 16
3 Sheffield United 7 +3 15
4 Wolverhampton Wanderers 7 +4 14
5 Preston North End 7 +4 12
6 Sheffield Wednesday 7 +3 12
7 Ipswich Town 6 +2 12
8 Nottingham Forest 7 -1 12
9 Middlesbrough 7 +4 11
11 Derby County 6 +3 10
12 Bristol City 7 +2 10
13 Norwich City 7 -5 8
14 Fulham 6 +1 7
15 Hull City 6 0 7
16 Barnsley 6 0 7
17 Reading 6 -1 7
18 Aston Villa 7 -2 7
19 Millwall 7 +1 6
20 Sunderland 7 -5 5
21 Burton Albion 7 -10 5
22 Birmingham City 7 -6 4
23 Brentford 7 -5 3
24 Bolton Wanderers 7 -10 2
Full table