Date: 1st May 2012 at 5:45pm
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DJIBRIL Cissé says it’s win or bust as Queens Park Rangers face Stoke City this weekend.

The French forward made his comeback to first team action and scored a goal despite the damning scoreline at neighbours Chelsea.

It maintains a phenomenal record for Cissé of scoring in every game in which he has not been sent off.

Speaking about the impending clash against the Potters, Cissé says it’s do or die for QPR if they are to maintain their Premier League status.

‘We must win, there is no other choice.’ Cissé told QPR.co.uk.

‘The plan now is to lift one another this week.

‘We will all try to help each other to be ready for Sunday because it is a big, big game.

‘It is a final for us. If we can win this game it will be a big step for us.

‘We have all week to prepare ourselves and what is encouraging is that our home form is really good. That is what we need to concentrate on and work on.’

If QPR were to beat Stoke, it would be their first double of the campaign, having edged out the Potters at the Britannia earlier this season.

Goals from Heidar Helguson and Luke Young saw Rangers past their opponents who endeavour for a top half finish.

 

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