QPR Preview vs Norwich

Saturday see’s QPR back in action again on Sky for the tea time kick-off against Norwich.

After a dominating display abasing Millwall, Rangers will be looking for three wins in three and carry on their undefeated spell of five games.

Norwich are also enjoying a good spell with being undefeated in their last four outings. This game has definitely got the potential to be a tasty encounter.

Team news: 

QPR: Furlong (knee) is the only real injury hit player for the R’s, luckily for the first time in a while we nearly have a fully fit squad! QPR are set to name the same starting 11 that played against Millwall in mid-week.

All Canaries players are fit and available for their trip to West London.

Head to head: 

Norwich’s last win away at Loftus Road was back in 2012 in the Premier League where Joey Barton, Antony Pilkington and Steve Morrison all bagged a goal. QPR’s last win against Norwich was last season at Loftus Road seeing a 4-1 win however, QPR couldn’t turn the Canaries over in the away fixture as they lost 2-0.

With a cracking match on the horizon I am merely nervous as I think Norwich do have the potential to spin games on there head. Nonetheless Eze, Lumley and Wells have all been in fine form and that gives us the confidence we need to maintain our unbeaten record. With stats stacked abasing Norwich we could see a few teams look over their shoulder at us come Sunday when hopefully we have bagged all three points.

Players to watch: 

Joe Lumley – QPR’s youngster has only conceded one goal in four games.

Ebere Eze – Another QPR youngster who is in fine form, three goals in the last three for Eze and he will be hoping to add to his tally.

Ben Marshall- A player who can orchestrate an attack and can be called upon when needed, a reliable championship player with plenty of Championship experience

Nélson Oliveira – Another player with great championship experience, with the Portuguese striker spearheading their attack, Leistner and Lynch will have to be wary of his off the ball movement.

Picture Credit: QPR


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