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Queens Park Rangers vs Swansea City at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium

Then was celebrating again after adding an R's third!

  • 4 Queens Park Rangers

    • 3'‘ Darnell Furlong
    • 5'‘ Tomer Hemed
    • 17'‘ Tomer Hemed
    • 54'‘ Massimo Luongo
  • 0 Swansea City


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Key Moments

  • Luongo pounces on some poor Swansea defending for QPR's fourth
  • Hemed tucks away a Scowen cross to make it three for the R's
  • Tomer Hemed volleys home a bouncing ball to make it 2-0
  • Darnell Furlong glances a header past Nordfeldt for the opener
Hide Line-ups
  • 13 GK Lumley
  • 22 D Rangel
  • 14 M Manning
  • 21 M Luongo
  • 2 D Furlong
  • 37 D Leistner
  • 7 M Freeman
  • 11 M Scowen
  • 16 FWD Hemed
  • 8 M Cousins
  • 20 M Bright Samuel
  • 1 GK Nordfeldt
  • 23 D Roberts
  • 26 D Naughton
  • 21 M Grimes
  • 5 D van der Hoorn
  • 17 D Carter-Vickers
  • 12 M Dyer
  • 28 Byers
  • 15 M Routledge
  • 9 FWD McBurnie
  • 20 James


  • 1 GK Ingram
  • 33 D Lynch
  • 10 M Eze
  • 32 FWD Wells
  • 23 M Wszolek
  • 34 Walker
  • 17 FWD Matt Smith
  • 22 Rodon
  • 13 GK Benda
  • 27 M Fulton
  • 46 FWD Baker-Richardson
  • 19 M McKay
  • 10 M Celina
  • 16 FWD Asoro

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QPR 4, Swansea City 0

All over here and it's a resounding victory for QPR. Three goals in the opening 17 minutes had Swansea shellshocked before a Luongo goal nine minutes after the restart sealed a 4-0 win for a rampant Rangers outfit. By far and away QPR's best display of the season and they'll now to look to build on an impressive showing when they host Blackburn at Loftus Road on Friday.


Added time

There will be three minutes of added time to finish.


Change for QPR

Third and final change for QPR as Angel Rangel departs, Ebere Eze coming on in his place.


Change for QPR

Third and final change for QPR as Angel Rangel departs, Ebere Eze coming on in his place.


Yellow for Rodon

Wszolek nips the ball ahead of Rodon who brings the winger down and goes into the book.


Change for QPR

A sub for QPR and it's a first team debut for 20-year-old youth striker Lewis Walker who replaces Tomer Hemed.


Change for QPR

First change for QPR as Luke Freeman departs to a rousing reception, Pawel Wszolek coming on in his place. 


Change for Swansea

Third and final change for the visitors as Joe Rodon replaces George Byers.


Cousins goes close

Rangers rampant now as Cousins latches onto a loose ball in the box with the goal at his mercy but he blasts over the crossbar. 


Off the crossbar

The closest Swansea have come this afternoon as Carter-Vickers nods a header onto the crossbar but Rangers are able to clear the rebound to safety.


Nearly five!

Hemed meets Freeman's corner and gets something (chest, thigh?) on it and nearly forces the ball on target but it narrowly goes wide of the goal.


Luongo makes it four!

Swansea don't deal with Freeman's corner and Luongo is on hand to prod it past Nordfeldt for Ranger's fourth. Unreal stuff here at Loftus Road.




Chaos in the box!

Freeman's free-kick causes an almighty scramble in the box but after what seems like an eternity the ball is cleared to safety. 


Swansea changes

Two changes at the break for the away side, as Bersant Selina and Jay Fulton come on for Nathan Dyer and Kyle Naughton.


Back underway

We're off again here at Loftus Road.


QPR 3, Swansea City 0

After what was arguably QPR's best half of football this season, the R's lead Swansea 3-0 at the break. Two goals in the opening five minutes, first from Darnell Furlong and then Tomer Hemed, gave Rangers a dream start before Hemed added a second and his side's third just 12 minutes later. The shellshocked visitors attempted to play their passing brand of football but they'll need a big second half if they're to match a Rangers outfit who seem well up for this one. 


Cousins in the book

It's Jordan Cousins' turn for a booking as he sees yellow for a trip on halfway.


Added time

There will be three minutes of additional time to play. 


Osayi-Samuel in the book

Osayi-Samuel sees yellow for remonstrating with the ref. 


Rangel in the book

Angel Rangel goes into the book for a over-zealous challenge, part-fuelled by his anger at Swansea electing not to kick the ball out as Osayi-Samuel laid injured on the pitch following a tackle. 


Swansea looking to respond

Byers attempts to get Swansea back into this match as he lets fly from just outside the area but his effort curls over Lumley's goal.


And it's three!

Josh Scowen whips in a delightful ball across the six-yard box to Tomer Hemed who pokes home his second of the match. A super start to this game from QPR.




Scowen into the book

The first yellow of the match goes to Josh Scowen for a foul on James.


Hemed makes it two

A dream start for Rangers, as Hemed volleys home a bouncing ball to double the lead.




Furlong with the opener

Darnell Furlong with his first league goal for the R's, glancing a header off Luke Freeman's corner into the net. Super start from the R's.




We're underway!

You R's!


Here we go

The teams walk out onto the Loftus Road pitch, the R's led by skipper Toni Leistner. 


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    Rotherham United2
  • Ipswich Town1
    Birmingham City1
  • Sheffield United1
  • Aston Villa2
    Bristol City1
  • Reading2
  • Middlesbrough1
    Hull City0
  • Derby County4
    Bolton Wanderers0
  • West Bromwich Albion4
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  • Nottingham Forest1
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Sky Bet Championship

P GD Pts
1 Norwich City 41 +34 85
2 Leeds United 42 +27 82
3 Sheffield United 42 +30 79
4 West Bromwich Albion 42 +25 73
5 Aston Villa 42 +19 69
6 Bristol City 41 +9 65
7 Middlesbrough 42 +8 64
8 Derby County 41 +9 63
9 Hull City 42 +2 60
10 Sheffield Wednesday 42 -3 59
11 Nottingham Forest 42 +4 57
12 Preston North End 42 +1 57
13 Swansea City 41 +1 56
14 Brentford 42 +8 54
15 Blackburn Rovers 42 -7 53
16 Stoke City 42 -6 52
18 Birmingham City 42 +4 46
19 Reading 42 -16 44
20 Millwall 41 -13 42
21 Wigan Athletic 41 -17 41
22 Rotherham United 42 -26 40
23 Bolton Wanderers 42 -43 32
24 Ipswich Town 42 -35 28
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