QPR will play in front of a crowd for the first time in nine months when they make the short trip across London to Millwall on Tuesday night (7.45pm GMT kick-off).
Having not contested a match in the presence of spectators since a 3-1 victory at Preston North End on March 7th 2019, Mark Warburton’s R’s will hope that the return of fans can coincide with a return to form.
Aside from Saturday’s defeat at Huddersfield, Rangers have played well of late without picking up the points that their performances have warranted.
Tuesday’s opponents Millwall are on a similarly tricky run themselves. The Lions – managed by Gary Rowett – have not tasted victory in eight league matches.
No QPR fans will be in attendance on Tuesday but 2020/21 season ticket holders and fans in EFL Dark Market countries will be able to watch every kick live on QPR+.
Season ticket holders will be able to watch Tuesday's Sky Bet Championship clash against Millwall live on QPR+.
As per EFL rules, a 2020/21 QPR+ season ticket voucher covers ALL home and midweek away matches.
The fixture has been selected for live coverage by Sky Sports, which means that, although season ticket holders can still watch, the club are not permitted to sell QPR+ match passes in the UK, Ireland or any overseas country where the EFL’s global television deal is present.
The only countries where the club are permitted to sell match passes for the Millwall game are listed below.
Match passes for Tuesday's game are priced at £7 for overseas fans, with pricing being set by the EFL.
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Head to head
Millwall wins: 31
QPR wins: 22
Millwall: Mason Bennett is a doubt with a quad injury and striker Tom Bradshaw is also touch-and-go because of a knee problem. Connor Mahoney is set to miss out. On-loan forward Kenneth Zahore could return from a quad complaint.
QPR: Luke Amos remains sidelined with his long-term knee injury and Lee Wallace is a doubt.
Millwall manager Gary Rowett: “I’m sure Mark [Warburton] will be disappointed with QPR's results overall. But they are the sort of team who can be very, very good in possession and cause you problems. It’s a different challenge but it’s another challenging game for us.”
QPR manager Mark Warburton: “Millwall at The Den is tough for anyone - any manager or player will tell you that. You go there and they have good physicality and quality, they have experience and from set pieces they are always very dangerous.”
Millwall 1-2 QPR – 21st September 2019
QPR’s long wait for a first ever victory at Millwall’s ‘new’ Den was secured in the autumn sunshine in September 2019.
Following a goalless first half, Nahki Wells broke the deadlock when he fired home from the edge of the box.
Shaun Hutchinson levelled the scores for the host on 71 minutes but, 60 second later, an almighty error from home goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski allowed Wells to stroke the ball into an empty net from the edge of the box.
The tap-in proved to be the winner and it secured Rangers’ fourth successive victory in the Sky Bet Championship.
QPR Starting XI: Lumley, Kane, Leistner, Hall, Barbet, Manning, Ball, Chair, Eze, Hugill, Wells.
Jarred Gillett will take charge of Tuesday night’s London derby at The Den.
So far this season, he has overseen 12 matches – 10 of which have come in the Championship – where he has brandished 40 yellow cards and two reds.
Tuesday will be the first time that he has officiated a QPR fixture.
He will be supported by assistant referees Paul Hodskinson and Adrian Waters and fourth official Andy Davies.