Date: 30th March 2010 at 7:37am
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Vital QPR – Breaking News
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Queens Park Rangers are expecting to sell-out their final day clash as Newcastle United hope to lift the Championship title.

The Geordies have led the way most of the season and are expected to bring a sizeable crowd down to West London – both inside and outside the ground.

Rangers have moved swiftly to counter-act any away supporters attempting to buy tickets in home areas by slapping a minimum of one loyalty point on ticket sales from Saturday April 3.

Then it will only be supporters currently on the database that will be allowed access to tickets from Monday April 12 – with the fixture evidently expected to sell-out.

Rangers have watched on as Reading and West Bromwich Albion lifted the Championship title and Preston fire themselves into a playoff place – a theme that should continue against Newcastle.

The Toon are four points in front of nearest rivals West Brom with a fixture in hand, while moving 13 points clear in the automatic promotion places with a win over Nottingham Forest (2-0) last night.




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