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Bristol City vs QPR at Ashton Gate

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  • 1 Bristol City

    • 3'‘ Alex Scott
  • 2 QPR

    • 45'+3'‘ Charlie Austin (Pen)
    • 90'+3'‘ Yoann Barbet

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  • Sky Bet Championship logo

Key Moments

  • Yoann Barbet heads home injury time winner for the R's!
  • Andy King is sent off for the Robins early in the second half
  • Charllie Austin levels from the spot just before the break
  • Alex Scott gives Bristol City lead after three minutes
Hide Line-ups
4-2-3-1
3-4-3
  • 12 GK O'Leary
  • 19 D Tanner (0‘)
  • 16 Pring
  • 6 M James
  • 26 D Vyner
  • 22 D Kalas
  • 14 FWD Weimann
  • 10 M King
  • 18 FWD Semenyo (0‘)
  • 36 Scott
  • 11 M O'Dowda
  • 1 GK Seny Dieng
  • 37 M Adomah
  • 3 D Wallace (0‘)
  • 6 D Barbet
  • 20 D Dunne
  • 4 D Dickie
  • 15 M Field
  • 7 M Johansen
  • 11 FWD Austin
  • 8 M Amos (0‘)
  • 21 M Willock

Substitutes

  • 9 FWD Martin
  • 1 GK Bentley
  • 21 FWD Wells (0‘)
  • 3 D Dasilva
  • 5 D Atkinson (0‘)
  • 42 D Massengo
  • 38 Benarous
  • 13 GK Archer
  • 12 D Ball
  • 14 M Thomas (0‘)
  • 2 D Kakay
  • 9 FWD Dykes (0‘)
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QUEENS PARK RANGERS are back on the road tomorrow evening, with an away trip to Ashton Gate to face Bristol City in the Sky Bet Championship wrapping up 2021 for Mark Warburton’s side. (7:45pm KO).

Rangers head into this one off the back of the disappointing defeat to AFC Bournemouth only two days ago, but a clash with the Robins who themselves have struggled in recent weeks will certainly give the R’s the perfect opportunity to sign off the calendar year in style.  

The Super Hoops headed into the clash with the Cherries following a string of postponed games, but like the Warburton’s side, City have also seen their schedule delayed with their scheduled Boxing Day clash with Luton Town postponed.

The R’s go into this one sitting in 7th position, with a chance to jump back into the playoff positions with a positive result tomorrow evening.

In contrast, opponents Bristol City who are now managed by boss Nigel Pearson will certainly be looking to bounce back following their recent poor run of form, which has seen them dropping to 18th in the league table.

Defeat to Huddersfield Town last time out will certainly give the Robins a point to prove as they prepare for the R’s.

As mentioned, Warburton’s side face the Bristol City in the Sky Bet Championship tomorrow evening, but if you are unable to make it you can watch and listen to all action live on QPR+.

COVID Protocols:

In line with updated Government requirements fans over 18 accessing Professional Sports stadiums must display their NHS Covid Pass to gain entry, or provide proof of a negative result from a recent lateral flow test within the previous 48 hours.

International supporters should also note that, in addition, we will accept an EU Digital COVID Certificate or US CDC COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card for entry.

Government legislation was passed last week that means people in England who are attending any event with more than 10,000 people must comply with the above.

Supporters can obtain an NHS Covid Pass digitally through the NHS App, online via NHS.UK, or as a letter sent in the post.

The club will accept any form of proving a negative lateral flow test such as the physical test, photo of a recent test, or a screenshot of the recorded result which has been uploaded to the NHS.

We urge fans to consider the following key points ahead of future matchdays:

  • Be prepared – ensure you have your Covid pass or proof of lateral flow test ready to be checked before you get to the turnstiles. It is recommended to take a screenshot of your pass before attending, as obtaining the pass using internet signal can often be problematic at large spectator venues
  • Arrive early – entry to the stadium will take longer than normal so ensure you arrive well in advance of kick-off
  • Co-operate – the requirement to show your Covid status is a mandatory requirement on venues so please co-operate with our staff who will have to undertake these checks

Streaming Details:

SUPPORTERS all over the world will be able to watch QPR’s Sky Bet Championship affair with Bristol City live on QPR+.

For our latest festive fixture, Rangers head to Ashton Gate on Thursday (7.45pm kick-off GMT) and the live stream is available worldwide.

Match passes are priced at £10 for both UK & Ireland and overseas-based fans, with all pricing set by the EFL. We’ve four-camera coverage plus unashamedly-partisan commentary from Nick London and Andy Sinton.

To purchase your match pass, CLICK HERE. Live audio commentary is also available worldwide and can be purchased on a monthly or annual basis.

Fans are reminded that they MUST download the QPR App in order to watch Thursday's game on a smartphone or tablet. Alternatively, fans can watch on www.qpr.co.uk.

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Head to Head:

QPR Wins: 35

Draws: 25

Bristol City Wins: 34

Team News:

QPR: Sam McCallum and Jordy de Wijs will miss out for the R’s, Andre Dozzell is suspended, whilst Ilias Chair will be assessed ahead of the trip.

Bristol City: Nathan Baker and Joe Williams remain out for the Robins.

Pre-match talk:

Mark Warburton (QPR Manager): “We are very respectful of them, we know what we are going to face, they have a huge amount of experience amongst their ranks and we have to prepare for what is going to be another tough test.”

Nigel Pearson (Bristol City Manager): “They are a good team, Mark has got them very well organised, they play a very good brand of football, they have some very good players at their disposal and we have to make sure that we are at our best.”

Memorable Match: 

Bristol City 0, QPR 2: 6th March 2021

Goals from Ilias Chair and Rob Dickie ensured QPR got back to winning ways with a 2-0 win at Bristol City.

Chair and Dickie did the damage in the first half, and it proved to be a comfortable afternoon’s work for Rangers at Ashton Gate.

The R’s took the lead when Chair headed home a fantastic delivery from Todd Kane on 11 minutes before Dickie netted the second on 22 minutes from close range.

QPR XI: Dieng, Kane, Dickie, De Wijs, Barbet, Wallace, Field, Johansen, Chair, Willock, Austin.

Ref Watch:

Andy Davies will take charge of tomorrow’s clash with Bristol City

This will be Davies’ second Rangers clash of the campaign, with his last coming in our home draw with Nottingham Forest back in late October. He will be supported by assistant referees Paul Hodskinson and Adrian Waters and fourth official Joshua Smith.

Bristol City crest Queens Park Rangers crest

Form

Last 5 games

  • W
  • L
  • W
  • D
  • L

Last 5 games

  • W
  • W
  • W
  • L
  • L

vs

  • L
  • L
  • W
  • L
  • W

The Season So far

  • Bristol City /
  • QPR