Lineups

Queens Park Rangers

( 4-4-2 )

  • 13. T. Dieng

  • 20. G. Cameron Yellow Card

    91'
  • 4. R. Dickie

  • 6. Y. Barbet Yellow Card

  • 12. D. Ball

  • 2. T. Kane

  • 22. T. Carroll

    82'
  • 11. B. Osayi-Samuel

    91'
  • 10. I. Chair

    82'
  • 7. M. Bonne

    73'
  • 9. L. Dykes

Substitutes

  • 33. D. Barnes

  • 25. N. Hamalainen Yellow Card

    91'
  • 23. C. Masterson

    91'
  • 26. F. Bettache

    82'
  • 19. G. Thomas

    82'
  • 37. A. Adomah

  • 29. C. Kelman

    73'
  • 21. C. Willock

England - FA Cup

35' G. Cameron 35' Yellow Card 35'  G. Cameron 112' Y. Barbet 112' Yellow Card 112'  Y. Barbet 115' N. Hamalainen 115' Yellow Card 115'  N. Hamalainen 104' B. De Cordova-Reid 104' Goal 104'   Reid B. De Cordova-Reid 105' N. Kebano 105' Goal 105'   Kebano N. Kebano
Queens Park Rangers

Queens Park Rangers

0 - 2

Fulham

Fulham

  • HT
    0 - 0
  • 104'
    0 - 1
  • 105'
    0 - 2
  • Date: 09/01/2021
  • Time: 15:00
  • Venue: Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
  • Referee: Simon Hooper
Queens Park Rangers v Fulham - Preview

Date published: 1/7/2021 8:25:44 PM

Queens Park Rangers v Fulham - Preview

Osman Kakay and Lee Wallace set to miss QPR cup clash

QPR are set to be without Osman Kakay and Lee Wallace for the visit of west London neighbours Fulham in the FA Cup.

Defender Kakay has not featured since mid-December due to a leg injury.

Full-back Wallace is still struggling to shake off an ongoing calf problem.

Reserve goalkeeper Liam Kelly has joined Motherwell on loan.

Fulham’s plans have been hindered by the recent positive Covid-19 tests in the squad, but boss Scott Parker planned to give some fringe players a run-out anyway.

Midfielder Stefan Johansen and back-up keeper Marek Rodak are among those likely to feature.

Full-back Kenny Tete is fit after a calf injury and could be involved.

Fellow defender Terence Kongolo is back in training after a broken foot but Saturday’s match will come too soon.

 

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Match Information

  • FA Cup
  • Round 3
  • Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
  • Simon Hooper
  • 09 Jan, 15:00

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Lineups

Queens Park Rangers
(4-4-2)
Fulham
(3-5-2)
  • 13. T. Dieng

  • 20. G. Cameron Yellow Card

    91'
  • 4. R. Dickie

  • 6. Y. Barbet Yellow Card

  • 12. D. Ball

  • 2. T. Kane

  • 22. T. Carroll

    82'
  • 11. B. Osayi-Samuel

    91'
  • 10. I. Chair

    82'
  • 7. M. Bonne

    73'
  • 9. L. Dykes

Substitutes

  • 33. D. Barnes

  • 25. N. Hamalainen Yellow Card

    91'
  • 23. C. Masterson

    91'
  • 26. F. Bettache

    82'
  • 19. G. Thomas

    82'
  • 37. A. Adomah

  • 29. C. Kelman

    73'
  • 21. C. Willock

  • 12. M. Rodák

  • 13. T. Ream

  • 30. T. Kongolo

    68'
  • 2. K. Tete

    91'
  • 34. O. Aina

  • 23. J. Bryan

  • 15. R. Loftus-Cheek

    91'
  • 21. H. Reed

    78'
  • 25. J. Onomah

  • 17. Ivan Cavaleiro

    67'
  • 9. A. Mitrović

Substitutes

  • 31. Fabri

  • 4. D. Odoi

    91'
  • 16. T. Adarabioyo

  • 33. A. Robinson

    91'
  • 3. M. Hector

    68'
  • 7. N. Kebano Goal

    78'
  • 14. B. De Cordova-Reid Goal

    67'
  • 48. F. Carvalho

  • 58. S. Jasper

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Queens Park Rangers v Fulham

    Queens Park Rangers 0 - 2 Fulham - Match Report

    Date published: 1/9/2021 7:38:41 PM

    Fulham finish with a flourish to oust west London rivals QPR

    Substitutes Bobby Decordova-Reid and Neeskens Kebano were on target in extra time.

    Substitutes Bobby Decordova-Reid and Neeskens Kebano fired Fulham into the FA Cup fourth round at the expense of QPR.

    The Premier League outfit needed extra time to see off their west London neighbours 2-0, after Lyndon Dykes had missed a gilt-edged chance to win it for Championship Rangers.

    Both these sides, struggling in their respective divisions, were looking to shake off the ring rust following an unplanned winter break.

    Rangers’ last Championship fixture fell foul of Covid-19 while an outbreak at Fulham meant Scott Parker’s side had not played since Boxing Day.

    Parker nevertheless named a strong side, but it was Rangers who should have taken an early lead when Macauley Bonne headed wastefully over from a corner.

    Ilias Chair then forced a smart save from Fulham goalkeeper Marek Rodak.

    But the Cottagers gradually took control and almost took the lead after a bit of quick thinking from Joe Bryan following a hashed clearance by Seny Dieng.

    Bryan’s first-time lob from 30 yards looked to be creeping in but to the Rangers keeper’s relief the ball dropped narrowly wide.

    Aleksander Mitrovic, back in the Fulham starting line-up following his breach of coronavirus restrictions on New Year’s Day, had a chance to make amends as halt-time approached.

    The Serbian striker was played in by Josh Onomah and bore down on goal, only for Yoann Barbet to make a brilliant last-ditch block as he got his shot away.

    Rangers remained a threat, though, and Bright Osayi-Samuel’s fierce, swirling drive brought another fine stop from Rodak.

    Ivan Cavaleiro should have given Fulham the lead on the hour when he was sent through by Onomah but for some reason the winger checked his run on goal and tried to cut inside the chasing Rangers defence. Cavaleiro eventually squared the ball to Mitrovic, whose low drive was hacked off the goal-line by Barbet.

    At the other end Rodak got a touch on Dominic Ball’s cross-shot with Dykes unable to apply a finish.

    The same player had a wonderful opportunity to win it in normal time when a simple ball over the top sent him through – but he rushed his shot and blazed over.

    In extra time Kebano stood up a cross at the far post from where Decordova-Reid headed wide.

    But Decordova-Reid came up with a 103rd-minute opener after Antonee Robinson crossed from the left, the forward playing a one-two with Mitrovic before rifling home.

    Moments later the ball fell to Kebano in the area to lash home and ensure Fulham’s passage into round four.

       

    Lineups

    Fulham

    ( 3-5-2 )

    • 12. M. Rodák

    • 13. T. Ream

    • 30. T. Kongolo

      68'
    • 2. K. Tete

      91'
    • 34. O. Aina

    • 23. J. Bryan

    • 15. R. Loftus-Cheek

      91'
    • 21. H. Reed

      78'
    • 25. J. Onomah

    • 17. Ivan Cavaleiro

      67'
    • 9. A. Mitrović

    Substitutes

    • 31. Fabri

    • 4. D. Odoi

      91'
    • 16. T. Adarabioyo

    • 33. A. Robinson

      91'
    • 3. M. Hector

      68'
    • 7. N. Kebano Goal

      78'
    • 14. B. De Cordova-Reid Goal

      67'
    • 48. F. Carvalho

    • 58. S. Jasper