Vital QPR casts an eye over the QPR players plying their trade away from W12.
A crowd of 876 were in attendance to see Salisbury haul themselves away from the relegation zone at the expense of new-boys Barrow.
QPR full-back Lee Brown started the game and proved effective but it was a former QPR player that helped double the advantage after Matt Tubbs’ opener at the The Raymond McEnhill Stadium.
Chris Flood was an aspiring youngster at Loftus Road, and his well-placed finished gave the Whites a two goal lead before the break.
QPR loanee Joe Oastler came on for Jamie Turley for the start of the second period, and helped sure up the Whites defence alongside Brown.
Tubbs completed his brace with 15 minutes remaining to send the home crowd home happy.
Meanwhile Heidar Helguson missed Watford’s 1-1 away draw with Reading, with Brendan Rodgers still winless at the Madejski Stadium following his move from the Hornets.
Former Watford striker Grzegorz Rasiak handed the hosts a lead inside ten minutes before Danny Graham continued his good recent record with a 66th minute strike.
Helguson may be back in the side sooner than expected with striker Nathan Ellington given his marching orders for two bookable offences.
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