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QPR will be hosting Middlesbrough today on Saturday with the two sides aiming to put smiles on their various fans face after 90 minutes of Clashing on Pitch.
Obviously, QPR sit fourteenth in the Championship table after twenty-one games, eight places and eight points behind their guests on Saturday, Middlesbrough
Geoff Cameron and Angel Rangel are doubts for QPR’s home game against Middlesbrough.
The experienced duo were forced off injured during Saturday’s 2-1 defeat at Leeds.
On-loan Stoke midfielder Cameron suffered an ankle injury and defender Rangel has a muscle problem. Grant Hall will be assessed after missing the last two matches.
QPR have lost their last four league games against Middlesbrough, conceding three goals in each of the last three defeats.
Only one of the last 15 league matches between QPR and Middlesbrough has ended as a draw – a 1-1 stalemate in December 1995.
Steve McClaren is set to manage against former side Middlesbrough for a fifth time in the Championship – he’s lost each of his last three, all with Derby County.
The visitors are chasing a play-off place, but two draws and a defeat from their last three matches have seen Boro slip down to sixth and another poor result this weekend could see them drop out of the play-off places all together.
QPR made the trip to Yorkshire to face high flying Leeds United last time out, and opened the scoring in the twenty-sixth minute through Wells.
QPR were so close to maintaining their lead into the half time break, but in the third minute of time added on Roofe got Leeds back onto level terms.
The hosts controlled the match with 65% of the possession and had more shots and more corners than their guests, and took a deserved lead through a fifty-third minute penalty from Roofe.
That goal proved enough to win the game for Leeds United, as QPR once again failed to make enough of an impression in their opponents final third.
Middlesbrough came from behind to earn a draw at home to Blackburn Rovers on Saturday, with Mulgrew capitalising on Mo Bešić’s sending-off by handing the visitors a half time lead with his twenty-second minute strike.
The hosts didn’t see as much of the ball, as you would expect being a man down, but created chances and could have won the game, with a little more composure.
Goals from defenders Daniel Ayala and Friend saw Boro take a 2-0 half time lead, and Adama Traoré ended any hopes of a late comeback for QPR with the visitors third goal five minutes from time.
Tony Pulis and Steve McClaren last faced off in a league game in February 2016 in the Premier League, a 1-0 win for McClaren’s Newcastle United against West Brom.
Hull City ended QPR’s three-game winning streak at Loftus Road in the league, beating them 3-2 last time out – the Hoops haven’t lost two in a row at home since August.
When QPR and Middlesbrough last locked horns back in January, the visitors from North Yorkshire put in a fantastic counter attacking performance to win the game 3-0.
Of course, QPR had more shots and better possession that day, but failed to make any of their chances count, unlike their guests.