Date: 12th February 2016 at 3:25pm
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QPR have won just one of their last nine league clashes with Fulham (D1 L7), failing to score in seven of those matches.

Fulham have won just two of their last 10 away matches against QPR (D2 L6), although those wins have arrived in their last three visits to Loftus Road.

Alex Smithies has kept three clean sheets in his last four league appearances for QPR, while Rob Green failed to keep a shutout in any of his last five games.

Fulham have scored the most goals from outside the area in the Championship this term (12).

QPR have gone five games unbeaten for the second time this season (W2 D3); they`ve yet to go six without defeat in 2015/16.

Fulham have won just one of their last 15 league matches, losing eight (D6).

Ross McCormack has scored four league goals in his last four appearances against QPR.

QPR have gone over 14 and a half hours without conceding a first half goal in the Championship.


QPR Team News:

QPR will check on the fitness of Alejandro Faurlin as they prepare to host Fulham.

Possible line up:

SMITHIES

PERCH – ONUOHA – HALL – KONCHESKY

HOILETT – LUONGO – FAURLIN – PHILLIPS

WASHINGTON – POLTER

Player to watch: Massimo Luongo

No QPR player has made more assists in the Championship this season than Massimo Luongo (four assists).

Fulham Team News:

Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanovic could hand debuts to new recruits Zakaria Labyad and Michael Madl.

Possible line up:

LONGERGAN

RICHARDS – BURN – AMOREBIETA – GARBUTT

CHRISTENSEN – O`HARA – INCE – CAIRNEY

MCCORMACK – DEMBELE

Player to watch: Tom Cairney

Tom Cairney has created 44 goalscoring chances for his teammates this season, making four assists in the process.

Match Facts & Stats


HEAD 2 HEAD

QPR: 13
Fulham: 14
Draws: 5



LAST TIME OUT

Championship – 25/09/15
Craven Cottage

Fulham 4 (Dembele, Pringle, McCormack x2)
QPR 0

Team: Green, Perch, Onuoha, Konchesky, Angella, Phillips, Chery (Mackie (Fer)), Faurlin, Henry, Luongo, Austin (Tozser).

Attendance: 19,784


Ref Watch:

Referee: Tim Robinson
Assistants: Daniel Robathan and Christopher Pollard
Fourth Official: Keith Stroud

Tim Robinson is the match official for tomorrow`s clash with the Cottagers. This season Robinson has issued 102 yellow cards and 4 red cards in 27 games.

Match Prediction:


1-0 Seb Polter to score

Next Fixture

Who: Bolton
Where: Macron Stadium
When: 20/02/2016