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Barnsley vs Queens Park Rangers at Oakwell

Luke Amos fires home his second goal of the afternoon

  • 5 Barnsley

    • 7'‘ Conor Chaplin
    • 18'‘ Conor Chaplin
    • 52'‘ Conor Chaplin
    • 60'‘ Cauley Woodrow (Pen)
    • 82'‘ Bambo Diaby
  • 3 Queens Park Rangers

    • 12'‘ Luke Amos
    • 54'‘ Luke Amos
    • 90'+4'‘ Ilias Chair


  • Sky Bet Championship logo

Key Moments

  • Woodrow converts from the spot to make it 4-2 before Diaby adds a fifth; Chair notches a late consolation for the R's
  • Amos keeps the R's in the hunt as he rifles home a second
  • Chaplin gets his hat-trick seven minutes after the re-start
  • Chaplin blasts home his second to give Barnsley the lead again
  • Amos finds an equaliser for the R's after 12 minutes
  • Chaplin puts the hosts up inside seven minutes
Hide Line-ups
  • 1 GK Sahin-Radlinger
  • 2 D Jordan Williams
  • 22 M Oduor (0‘)
  • 4 D Dougall
  • 5 D Diaby
  • 6 D Andersen
  • 10 M Bähre (0‘)
  • 9 Woodrow
  • 7 FWD Brown
  • 11 FWD Chaplin
  • 27 M Mowatt
  • 1 GK Lumley
  • 2 D Kane
  • 3 D Wallace (0‘)
  • 5 M Cameron (0‘)
  • 4 D Hall
  • 37 D Leistner
  • 8 M Amos
  • 10 M Eze
  • 20 M Bright Samuel
  • 9 FWD Hugill
  • 14 M Manning


  • 26 FWD Thiam
  • 21 D Sibbick
  • 40 GK Collins
  • 8 M McGeehan (0‘)
  • 32 M Mottley-Henry
  • 16 M Thomas (0‘)
  • 37 FWD Marsh
  • 19 M Chair (0‘)
  • 7 M Pugh
  • 6 M Smith
  • 16 FWD Mlakar
  • 12 D Ball
  • 33 GK Barnes
  • 21 FWD Wells (0‘)

QPR will hope to enjoy the perfect end to a productive week when they head to Barnsley in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday (3pm kick-off).

The R’s have won their first two matches of December – beating Preston North End and Birmingham City – after what was a testing November.

They’ll be eyeing victory number three of the month at the weekend and if they achieve it  then they will be on the cusp of the play-off places once again.

In Barnsley, they will take on a side in desperate need of points for very different reasons. The Tykes have only won twice this season since winning promotion from League One and a victory for them would hand them some much-needed points in their fight against relegation.

QPR fans based outside of the UK & Ireland who are not attending the game can watch all of the action live online. CLICK HERE to purchase your QPR+ match pass.

Head to head

QPR wins: 28

Draws: 11

Barnsley wins: 15

Ticket news

Tickets will be available to purchase using CASH ONLY from the North Stand turnstiles on matchday, priced: £30 adult, £22 senior (over 65) and £22 19-21 year old. Supporters wishing to purchase £12 junior (12-18 year old) and £7 junior (under 12*) tickets will be required to go to the Barnsley Main Ticket Office.

*Juniors (under 12) price is only applicable when purchased alongside an adult or over 65 ticket.

Team news

QPR: Yoann Barbet (hamstring), Liam Kelly (thigh), Charlie Owens (knee), Angel Rangel (doubt).

Barnsley: Ben Williams (doubt), Aapo Halme (ankle), Mallik Wilks (illness).

Pre-match words

QPR Manager Mark Warburton: “Barnsley are a young team, they have energy and they keep going until the final whistle. They have been unfortunate recently in their fixtures and a fairly misleading picture has been painted by Barnsley’s position in the league table. We have to recognise the threat they pose. They are at home and we come into it on the back of two good results. There can be no complacency.”

Barnsley manager Gerhard Struber: “Every game is important and every game we show that we create a good performance. It is clear we need points but, on Saturday, we will give all we have and I am very hopeful that the performance will be good.”

Historic meeting

QPR 5-2 Barnsley – 26th September 2009

Akos Buzsaky was the stand-out performer as a five-star display from QPR saw them beat Barnsley at Loftus Road in September 2009.

Rangers – who had yet to win at home in 2009/10 – were favourites to beat the relegation battlers and they took the lead through Mikele Leigertwood’s 25-yard opener.

Buzsaky then notched a double, with his second goal rippling the net from 30 yards out, as the R’s took a 3-0 lead into half-time.

Barnsley pulled two back in the first 11 minutes of the second period, through Stephen Foster and Andy Gray, but efforts from Ben Watson and Jay Simpson made the result safe for Jim Magilton’s QPR.

QPR starting XI: Cerny, Stewart, Gorkss, Borrowdale, Leigertwood, Routledge (Faurlin 69), Buzsaky, Rowlands, Watson, Vine (Taarabt 69), Simpson (Pellicori 80). Subs (not used): Heaton, Ramage, Mahon, Ephraim. 

Streaming details

QPR fans outside the UK and Ireland can watch Saturday’s match live on QPR+.

Match passes are priced at just £5 each and you can purchase yours by CLICKING HERE.

EFL regulations prevent QPR+ from showing the match live in the UK. UK-based fans not at the game can tune in to live commentary on QPR+.

Man in the middle

Keith Stroud will take charge of Saturday's game at Oakwell.

So far this season, he has overseen 15 matches where he has dished out 43 yellow cards and two reds

Stroud's last QPR match came almost a year ago - he was the man with the whistle for Rangers' 3-0 win over Ipswich Town on Boxing Day.

He will be supported by assistant referees Nick Greenhalgh and Adrian Waters and fourth official Andrew Kitchen.

Barnsley crest Queens Park Rangers crest


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