Date: 19th April 2016 at 2:39pm
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Brighton have gone six league games without defeat to QPR, winning two and drawing four.


QPR have lost four of their last five trips to Brighton in the league, winning the other.

Brighton have won five of their last six games (D1), netting 14 times, with five of those goals coming last time out.

Six of the R`s previous seven league away trips have ended in a stalemate (L1), with the games ending either 0-0 or 1-1.

QPR have conceded 0.7 goals games per game when Clint Hill starts for QPR in the Championship this season, compared with 1.3 when he doesn`t.


The R`s have kept a clean sheet in five of the ten league games in which Clint Hill has featured this season.


Brighton Team News:

Sam Baldock will be looking to make his first start since overcoming a hamstring injury.

Possible line up:

STOCKDALE

BRUNO – GOLDSON – DUNK – ROSENIOR

KNOCKAERT – KAYAL – STEPHENS – SKALAK

WILSON – HEMED

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QPR Team News:

Junior Hoilett and Conor Washington could start, but defender Cole Kpekawa could miss out through injury.

Possible line up:

INGRAM

ONUOHA – HALL – HILL – ROBINSON

HENRY – FAURLIN

EL KHAYATI – CHERY – HOILETT

POLTER

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Match Facts & Stats

HEAD 2 HEAD

Brighton: 29
QPR: 30
Draws: 17



LAST TIME OUT

Championship – 15/12/15
Loftus Road

QPR 2 (Austin x2)
Brighton 2 (Stephens, van la Parra)

Team: Green, Onuoha, Hall, Konchesky, Perch (Angella), Phillips, Fer (Polter) Faurlin, Hoilett, Sandro (Henry), Austin.

Attendance: 15,268

Ref Watch:

Referee: Mark Heywood
Assistants: Nigel Lugg and Rob Smith
Fourth Official: Keith Hill

Mark Heywood is the match official for tonight`s clash with the Seagulls. This season Heywood has issued 81 yellow cards and 6 red cards in 24 games.

Match Prediction:


1-0 Brighton win

Next Fixture

Who: Reading
Where: Loftus Road
When:23/04/2016