Lineups

AFC Bournemouth

( 4-3-3 )

  • 1. A. Begović

  • 3. S. Cook

  • 15. A. Smith

  • 6. C. Mepham

  • 17. J. Stacey

  • 21. Diego Rico Yellow Card

  • 4. D. Gosling

  • 16. L. Cook

  • 8. J. Lerma

    76'
  • 14. S. Surridge

    61'
  • 9. D. Solanke

Substitutes

  • 23. M. Travers

  • 25. J. Simpson

  • 33. J. Zemura

  • 19. J. Stanislas

  • 20. Rodrigo Riquelme

  • 24. N. Ofoborh

  • 10. A. Groeneveld

    61'

England - Championship

42' O. Kakay 42' Yellow Card 42'  O. Kakay 45' B. Osayi-Samuel 45' Yellow Card 45'  B. Osayi-Samuel 48' Diego Rico 48' Yellow Card 48'  Diego Rico 55' I. Chair 55' Yellow Card 55'  I. Chair
AFC Bournemouth

AFC Bournemouth

0 - 0

Queens Park Rangers

Queens Park Rangers

  • HT
    0 - 0
  • Date: 17/10/2020
  • Time: 15:00
  • Venue: Dean Court
  • Referee: John Brooks
AFC Bournemouth v Queens Park Rangers - Preview

Date published: 10/16/2020 6:32:31 PM

AFC Bournemouth v Queens Park Rangers - Preview

Bournemouth could hand debut to new signing Rodrigo Riquelme when they host QPR

Bournemouth could hand a debut to new signing Rodrigo Riquelme when they host QPR in the Sky Bet Championship on Sunday.

The 20-year-old winger joined the Cherries from Atletico Madrid on Wednesday and is already accustomed to English football having spent time in September training with Reading.

Bournemouth’s Chris Mepham is likely to return fully fit from international duty, despite missing his side’s game against Ireland on Sunday through injury, but he was able to get through 90 minutes on Wednesday.

Bournemouth have started the season well, and Jason Tindall will be hoping their unbeaten start to the season continues against QPR.

QPR manager Mark Warburton will include Scotland’s Lyndon Dykes in his squad for the trip to the south coast.

Dykes scored one goal and claimed one assist on international duty, and is expected to be available subject to a negative result in his most recent Covid test.

However Dykes and the other international players could start from the bench to reduce fatigue ahead of a busy schedule.

QPR will be hoping for a good result against Bournemouth as they head into a run of seven games in just three weeks.

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Match Information

  • Championship
  • Round 5
  • Dean Court
  • John Brooks
  • 17 Oct, 15:00

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Lineups

AFC Bournemouth
(4-3-3)
Queens Park Rangers
(4-4-2)
  • 1. A. Begović

  • 3. S. Cook

  • 15. A. Smith

  • 6. C. Mepham

  • 17. J. Stacey

  • 21. Diego Rico Yellow Card

  • 4. D. Gosling

  • 16. L. Cook

  • 8. J. Lerma

    76'
  • 14. S. Surridge

    61'
  • 9. D. Solanke

Substitutes

  • 23. M. Travers

  • 25. J. Simpson

  • 33. J. Zemura

  • 19. J. Stanislas

  • 20. Rodrigo Riquelme

  • 24. N. Ofoborh

  • 10. A. Groeneveld

    61'
  • 13. T. Dieng

  • 24. O. Kakay Yellow Card

  • 20. G. Cameron

  • 4. R. Dickie

  • 6. Y. Barbet

  • 12. D. Ball

  • 3. L. Wallace

  • 11. B. Osayi-Samuel Yellow Card

    67'
  • 10. I. Chair Yellow Card

    83'
  • 8. L. Amos

    72'
  • 7. M. Bonne

Substitutes

  • 32. L. Kelly

  • 2. T. Kane

  • 23. C. Masterson

  • 22. T. Carroll

  • 26. F. Bettache

  • 37. A. Adomah

  • 21. C. Willock

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Queens Park Rangers vs AFC Bournemouth

There is a 26.9% chance of a draw.
In simulations where the game is not a draw AFC Bournemouth, at 56.4%, are heavy favorites to beat Queens Park Rangers who have a 16.7% chance.
In simulation wins, Queens Park Rangers upsets AFC Bournemouth by averaging 7.2 shots and 3.2 shots on goal.
They average 1.9 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.5 in simulation losses.
Overall, the average simulation score is AFC Bournemouth 1.7 to Queens Park Rangers 0.8.

AFC Bournemouth v Queens Park Rangers

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    AFC Bournemouth 0 - 0 Queens Park Rangers - Match report

    Date published: 10/17/2020 7:43:18 PM

    AFC Bournemouth 0 - 0 Queens Park Rangers - Match report

    Asmir Begovic on form as Bournemouth hold out for draw against QPR

    Bournemouth had goalkeeper Asmir Begovic to thank for preserving their unbeaten start to the Sky Bet Championship season after toiling to a 0-0 draw at home to QPR.

    Begovic made two excellent first-half saves as Rangers were unlucky to leave the south coast with only a solitary point.

    Bournemouth staved off interest from West Ham and Torino to keep striker Josh King during the transfer window but the Norwegian was once again conspicuous by his absence.

    The Cherries were strangely subdued for much of the afternoon and indebted to former Chelsea star Begovic for keeping the scoresheet blank.

    It took just four minutes for Bright Osayi-Samuel to call Begovic into action.

    Osayi-Samuel cut in from the right wing before shooting left-footed and forcing a sprawling save from Begovic at his near post.

    Five minutes later, defender Diego Rico had to hook the ball clear from inside his own six-yard box after Ilias Chair had broken down the left and drilled in a dangerous cross.

    Begovic showed quick reactions moments later to come racing off his line and nick the ball from the toes of Macauley Bonne after the former Charlton striker had got in behind Bournemouth’s defence.

    Bonne looked certain to open the scoring five minutes later only for Begovic to thwart him again.

    Lewis Cook was caught napping in midfield by Luke Amos, who played in Bonne with a defence-splitting pass but his right-footed shot was diverted behind by the legs of Begovic.

    It took until 11 minutes before half-time for sluggish Bournemouth to create a meaningful chance.

    Chris Mepham launched a hopeful punt upfield which allowed Dominic Solanke to spin in behind the Rangers defence and his half-volley flashed wide of the far post.

    Rangers continued to look the more likely to break the deadlock in the early stages of the second half and the lively Osayi-Samuel drilled a right-footed effort into the side-netting.

    Dan Gosling netted twice in the Cherries’ 3-1 win at Coventry before the international break and the former Everton midfielder’s powerful 64th-minute shot was blocked bravely by Rangers captain Geoff Cameron.

    Solanke should have done better 11 minutes from time after latching onto Lewis Cook’s lofted free-kick but buried a tame shot into the side-netting.

    Bonne curled a 20-yard shot over Begovic’s crossbar with eight minutes left to play as Rangers pressed in vain for a late winner they would have deserved.

    Lineups

    Queens Park Rangers

    ( 4-4-2 )

    • 13. T. Dieng

    • 24. O. Kakay Yellow Card

    • 20. G. Cameron

    • 4. R. Dickie

    • 6. Y. Barbet

    • 12. D. Ball

    • 3. L. Wallace

    • 11. B. Osayi-Samuel Yellow Card

      67'
    • 10. I. Chair Yellow Card

      83'
    • 8. L. Amos

      72'
    • 7. M. Bonne

    Substitutes

    • 32. L. Kelly

    • 2. T. Kane

    • 23. C. Masterson

    • 22. T. Carroll

    • 26. F. Bettache

    • 37. A. Adomah

    • 21. C. Willock