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Queens Park Rangers 1 v 4 Preston North End
SkyBet Championship
Saturday, 19th January 2019 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 20th January but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Joe Lumley0.0
Darnell Furlong0.0
Toni Leistner0.0
Joel Lynch0.0
Jake Bidwell0.0
Pawel Wszolek0.0
Josh Scowen0.0
Jordan Cousins0.0
Luke Freeman0.0
Eberechi Eze0.0
Nahki Wells0.0
Mathieu Smith0.0
Bright Osayi-Samuel0.0
Paul Smyth0.0
0.0Decland Rudd
0.0Darnell Fisher
0.0Jordan Storey
0.0Ben Davies
0.0Andrew Hughes
0.0Paul Gallagher
0.0Ben Pearson
0.0Brad Potts
0.0Alan Browne
0.0Sean Maguire
0.0Jayden Stockley
0.0Tom Barkhuizen
0.0Lucas Nmecha

Match Rating0.0 

Your Queens Park Rangers v Preston North End Match Reports

Geoff78 added 19:25 - Jan 19

Well, thought we'd have a good chance to win this, but we never got out of the traps. After 5 minutes PNE had 3 corners and we had hardly been in their half. I think our first proper attack, i.e. passing to another hooped shirt, progressing up the field, creating a chance, came in the 30th minute. We had a brief spell at the end of the first half when Freeman injected some energy, and the beginning of the second when Smith won a couple of flick ons, when we might have got going, but frankly PNE easily deserved this and could have had a 5th, but for Bidwell's saving tackle at the end.

Perhaps were saving ourselves for the cup!

enfieldargh added 21:19 - Jan 19


tsbains64 added 23:07 - Jan 19

We looked like we were playing Brazil in disguise

smegma added 09:40 - Jan 20

QPRish-ness strikes again and again. And again.Never scored a goal for your club ?? So THREE players broke their duck for PNE. QPR, the defence that keeps giving.

MickB added 12:21 - Jan 20

Scowen seems to be getting most of the blame for the opener, though Lumley's short service looked very ill-advised. No matter, both have done well for us and made few mistakes, so should be forgiven. What I find more difficult to accept is the way in which the midfield let the game pass them by. I agree with others that Eze looks like he needs a break or at least a better of how he might 'interfere with play' more often.. Cousins looked semi - detached which is surprising because, even after a few marginally better performances, he still has a lot to prove.

I would rest Eze, drop Cousins, move Freeman into the centre behind Wells, try Manning alongside Scowen and start BOS on the flank. But then, what do I know?

dachiltern added 13:46 - Jan 20

One to forget

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