Date: 15th December 2008 at 8:32pm
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Vital QPR members have voted Radek Cerny as man of the match in the R`s draw against Plymouth Argyle.

The Czech stopper helped the R`s to a useful point against the Pilgrims at Home Park. His most notable contribution was saving at point-blank range from Jamie Mackie in the first period.

The Argyle forwards did test the R`s summer signing on a couple of other occasions, but it was snuffed out by Cerny with aplomb. The only goal that he did concede was a sublime effort from Steven MacLean – the mark of a true goalscorer.

Radek finished clear of second placed Heidar Helguson, whose goal was the R`s first on the road since September.

The top three were as follows:

Radek Cerny: 34%
Heidar Helguson: 18%
Martin Rowlands: 12%

With Rangers finally settling the score on the road, despite lacking three much needed points, they now move forward to face the in-form Preston North End.

The Lilywhites have scaled the division in recent weeks, with Alan Irvine`s side looking a good bet for a playoff place this campaign. But what will the result be at the weekend?

We ask: How will the R`s fare against Preston North End?

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