Date: 12th February 2020 at 8:00am
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Well, we still haven’t found a way to put the ball in the back of the net.

But we have found a way to keep the ball out of ours, so it’s a positive on that front. You’ve got to find positives in these sorts of things, and it’s a better result than we’ve been getting used to recently.

It might not have been a classic down in Wales as QPR and Swansea played out a 0-0 draw in conditions that weren’t exactly the greatest for playing football in, so it was going to take something rather special to make the game come to life, and sadly that didn’t happen.

However, it looks as if the QPR fans have decided to take the positives out of the game like I suggested earlier, with many of them saying that it was definitely a marked improvement on the past couple of weeks and that it was a step in the right direction.

What do QPR need to fix more?

The attack

The attack

The defence

The defence

It’s probably a little bit early to tell if this game is a ‘turning point’ for our season, but it’s a start, and it gives us a benchmark to build on, starting with this weekend’s game against Stoke City.