Date: 10th February 2017 at 2:17pm
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QPR have never lost a home league game against Huddersfield, winning nine and drawing three.

Nahki Wells has scored in both of his appearances against QPR at Loftus Road (two goals).

Since QPR lost 6-0 to Newcastle at Loftus Road in September, they have neither scored nor conceded more than twice in a Championship home game.

Huddersfield are on a run of 64 league games without a goalless draw – the longest run of any current Football League club.

Conor Washington has scored two goals in his last three Championship games for QPR, having notched just two in the 37 games prior to this run.

QPR have kept only one clean sheet in their last 17 league matches (1-0 v Reading).

After winning three consecutive league games, the R`s have since gone four without a win (D2 L2).

Huddersfield have lost just once in their last 11 Championship matches (W8 D2).

Only Conor Hourihane (88) has made more tackles than Massimo Luongo (87) in the Championship this season.

QPR Team News:

Idrissa Sylla and Yeni Ngbakoto have returned to full training following spells out, but defender Jack Robinson (hamstring) is still out.

Possible line up:

SMITHIES

FURLONG – ONUOHA – LYNCH – BIDWELL

MANNING – HALL – LUONGO

MACKIE – WASHINGTON – WSZOLEK

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Huddersfield Team News:

Huddersfield will be without Kasey Palmer (hamstring) after he was ruled out for up to eight weeks.

Possible line up:

WARD

SMITH – HEFELE – LOWE – SCHINDLER

HOGG – MOOY

VAN LA PARRA – BROWN – KACHUNGA

WELLS

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Match Facts & Stats

HEAD 2 HEAD

QPR: 13
Huddersfield: 11
Draws: 8



LAST TIME OUT

Championship – 17/09/16
John Smith`s Stadium

Huddersfield 2 (Palmer, Kachunga)
QPR 1 (Sylla)

Team: Smithies, Bidwell, Hall, Onuoha, Caulker, Cousins, Chery, Henry (Borysiuk), Luongo, Washington (Polter), Shodipo (Sylla).

Attendance: 20,595

Ref Watch:

Referee: Peter Bankes
Assistants: Darren Blunden and Geoffrey Russell
Fourth Official: Antony Coggins

Peter Bankes is the match official for Saturday`s clash with the Terriers. This season, Bankes has issued 97 yellow cards and 10 red cards in 26 games.

Match Prediction:


1-2 Away win

Next Fixture

Who: Birmingham City
Where: St. Andrew`s
When: 18/02/2017

 

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