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Queens Park Rangers vs Preston North End at Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium

R's striker Macauley Bonne looks to get Rangers back in the game

  • 0 Queens Park Rangers

  • 2 Preston North End

    • 24'‘ Daniel Johnson (Pen)
    • 60'‘ Scott Sinclair (Pen)


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Key Moments

  • Scott Sinclair scores from the spot to make it 2-0
  • Daniel Johnson's penalty breaks the deadlock
Hide Line-ups
  • 13 GK Dieng
  • 24 D Kakay
  • 3 D Wallace
  • 20 M Cameron
  • 4 D Dickie
  • 6 D Barbet
  • 11 M Bright Samuel
  • 12 D Ball (0‘)
  • 7 FWD Bonne
  • 10 M Chair (0‘)
  • 22 M Carroll
  • 1 GK Rudd
  • 15 D Rafferty
  • 16 D Hughes
  • 18 M Ledson
  • 5 D Bauer
  • 14 D Storey
  • 31 M Sinclair (0‘)
  • 8 M Browne
  • 19 FWD Riis Jakobsen (0‘)
  • 11 M Johnson (0‘)
  • 44 M Potts


  • 37 M Adomah (0‘)
  • 2 D Kane
  • 23 D Masterson
  • 21 M Willock (0‘)
  • 32 GK Kelly
  • 25 D Hämäläinen
  • 26 Bettache
  • 12 M Gallagher
  • 23 D Huntington
  • 20 FWD Stockley (0‘)
  • 29 M Barkhuizen (0‘)
  • 25 GK Ripley
  • 24 FWD Maguire (0‘)
  • 10 M Harrop

QPR will be back in W12 on Wednesday evening for their midweek clash with Alex Neil’s Preston North End.

After returning from the international break with a strong performance away at AFC Bournemouth on Saturday, the R’s will be keen to tackle their second game in a matter of days.

Last time out, the R’s produced a positive performance on the south coast and Warburton’s men will be aiming to go one better against the Lilywhites.

Opponents Preston, meanwhile, will be looking to bounce back, following their disappointing weekend defeat to Cardiff City.

The match will be contested behind closed doors, but supporters all over the world will be able to watch every kick live on QPR+

Streaming details

Supporters all over the world will be able to watch QPR’s Sky Bet Championship fixture against Preston North End live on QPR+!

2020/21 season ticket holders who have opted to continue receiving QPR+ access will be able to watch the match as normal.

All non-season ticket holders – and fans who recently requested a refund on their 2020/21 season ticket – will need to purchase a match pass in order to watch the game.

Match passes are priced at £10 for UK and Ireland-based fans and £7 for overseas fans, with all pricing set by the EFL.

To purchase your match pass, click here.

Head to head

QPR wins: 12

Draws: 16

Preston North End wins: 17

Team news

QPR: Luke Amos will miss the clash with the serious knee injury he sustained at AFC Bournemouth on Saturday. Lyndon Dykes and George Thomas are doubts for the R’s.

Preston: Ben Pearson in a doubt with a groin injury and Darnell remains sidelined with a hamstring problem. Louis Moult has a knee injury.

Pre-match words

QPR manager Mark Warburton: “Preston are a very good team. Alex [Neil] will always prepare his team very well and they have strength in depth. There is no doubt about their quality, it’s early days in the league, but they pose a real threat.”

Preston manager Alex Neil: “QPR is always a difficult game. Mark’s got them set up really well. I think they’ve got good patterns, they know exactly how they’re going to play and we need to perform well on the day to beat them.”


Historic meeting

QPR 4-0 Preston North End: 17th October 2009

A stunning Adel Taarabt strike in the first half stole the headlines as a rampant Rangers side continued their fine form, as they stormed up the Championship table.

Jim Magilton’s QPR team started this one in 10th position but, having only lost twice all season, remained confident.

The R’s took the lead through Taarabt’s fantastic strike, before Akos Buzsáky, Jay Simpson and Wayne Routledge completed the scoring in W12.

This impressive win over the Lilywhites set Rangers on their way to a fine run of goal-scoring form, with emphatic victories over Reading and Derby County to follow - a run of form that only highlighted QPR’s promotion credentials.

QPR Starting XI: Cerny, Ramage, Stewart, Gorkss, Borrowdale, Mahon, Routledge, Buzsaky, Faurlin, Taarabt, Simpson.

Ref watch

Official Kevin Friend will take charge of Wednesday’s Sky Bet Championship clash between QPR and Preston North End.

This will be the first time Friend has taken charge of a Rangers fixture this season, with his last coming against Swansea City back in September 2018.

He will be assisted by Simon Beck and Edward Smart, whilst Craig Hicks will take up the fourth official duties.

Queens Park Rangers crest Preston North End crest


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