Date: 10th March 2017 at 3:48pm
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Leeds have only conceded two goals in their last five home league games against QPR (W2 D2 L1), though both came in the most recent two meetings.

QPR are aiming to do the league double over the Whites for the first time since the 1990-91 season, when both sides competed in the top-flight.

Leeds` last win by five clear goals in any game came against QPR in November 2004, when the Whites won 6-1 with Brian Deane netting four.

The Hoops have won four of their last five Championship games (L1), the same number they`d won in their previous 15 since Ian Holloway`s return.

Chris Wood has scored a league high 44% of Leeds` goals in the Championship this season (22/50).

QPR`s last four games have all ended 2-1 to the home side (three times in their favour), with an own-goal being the winning goal in the last two.

Ian Holloway has now won 101 league games as QPR manager (102 if including play-offs); only Alec Stock and Jack Taylor have more.

The R`s have kept only one clean sheet in their last 24 games in all competitions (1-0 vs Reading).

QPR have won three of their last six Championship away games (D1 L2).

Leeds Team News:

Chris Wood and defender Luke Ayling available again, but Kalvin Phillips starts a two-match ban.

Possible line up:

GREEN

AYLING – BARTLEY – JANSSON – BERARDI

BRIDCUTT – VIEIRA

SACKO – HERNANDEZ – DOUKARA

WOOD

Player to watch: –

QPR Team News:

Jamie Mackie and Joel Lynch are available, after being rested for Tuesday’s win over Barnsley.

Possible line up:

SMITHIES

FURLONG – ONUOHA – LYNCH – BIDWELL

MANNING – HALL – FREEMAN

WSZOLEK – SMITH – WASHINGTON

Player to watch: –

Match Facts & Stats

HEAD 2 HEAD

Leeds: 20
QPR: 18
Draws: 15



LAST TIME OUT

Championship – 07/08/16
Loftus Road

QPR 3 (Onuoha, Chery, Polter)
Leeds 0

Team: Smithies, Bidwell, Hall, Onuoha, Caulker, Chery (Perch), Gladwin (Cousins), Henry, Luongo, Polter, Shodipo (El Khayati).

Attendance: 16,764

Ref Watch:

Referee: Tim Robinson
Assistants: Andrew Fox and Mark Jones
Fourth Official: David Coote

Tim Robinson is the match official for tomorrow`s clash with the Whites. This season, Robinson has issued 148 yellow cards and 9 red cards in 32 games.

Match Prediction:


2-0 Leeds win

Next Fixture

Who: Rotherham
Where: Loftus Road
When: 18/03/2017

 

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