Date: 13th August 2009 at 10:26am
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Vital QPR – Breaking News
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Queens Park Rangers are close to selling out their initial allocation at Home Park.

Paul Sturrock`s men will be at home for the first time in the campaign as they entertain Jim Magilton`s QPR, as part of the R`s West Country triple-header.

Many have chosen to stay down in the south-west following the victory over Exeter City Tuesday, as QPR look to take a more sizeable travelling support to Home Park than in recent years.

Of course this is an initial allocation of 1,000 that can be moved to suit the bigger travelling support with Plymouth not expecting a home sell-out at this stage.

The last time the R`s travelled to Home Park was back in early December 2008 when Heidar Helguson`s first half opener was cancelled out by Steve McLean.




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