Date: 18th September 2009 at 2:21pm
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Vital QPR – Breaking News
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Queens Park Rangers have sold their allocation in the Shed End as they prepare to face rivals Chelsea on Wednesday.

The R’s have relished this latest test against their West-London neighbours since the draw was made prior to the international break and the full allocation has been snapped up as of today (Friday).

Queens Park Rangers will now have over a staggering 5,900 official support in Stamford Bridge, with many purchasing tickets in home areas to catch a glimpse at what could be a special night.

Those that went away disappointed in 2008 after Lee Camp’s own goal in the FA Cup will be hoping that lady luck shines on them as Chelsea field a youthful side.

Despite selling their entire allocation QPR are negotiating with Chelsea to free up some extra tickets for the highly-anticipated clash.




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