Lineups

Queens Park Rangers

( 4-4-2 )

  • 13. T. Dieng

  • 24. O. Kakay

  • 20. G. Cameron

  • 4. R. Dickie Yellow Card

  • 6. Y. Barbet

  • 3. L. Wallace

    30'
  • 11. B. Osayi-Samuel

  • 10. I. Chair

  • 37. A. Adomah

    69'
  • 9. L. Dykes

    69'
  • 7. M. Bonne

Substitutes

  • 32. L. Kelly

  • 25. N. Hamalainen

    30'
  • 23. C. Masterson

  • 12. D. Ball

    69'
  • 2. T. Kane

  • 26. F. Bettache

  • 21. C. Willock

    69'

England - Championship

18' R. Dickie 18' Yellow Card 18'  R. Dickie
Queens Park Rangers

Queens Park Rangers

0 - 0

Birmingham City

Birmingham City

  • HT
    0 - 0
  • Date: 24/10/2020
  • Time: 15:00
  • Venue: Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
  • Referee: Simon Hooper
Queens Park Rangers v Birmingham City - Preview

Date published: 10/22/2020 8:18:29 PM

Queens Park Rangers v Birmingham City - Preview

QPR hope to have Lyndon Dykes available to face Birmingham

QPR boss Mark Warburton hopes striker Lyndon Dykes will be fit to return for his side’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Birmingham.

Dykes has missed his side’s last two games with a thigh strain and the midweek defeat to Preston continued the Hoops’ poor recent form.

Albert Adomah could come into the reckoning for Warburton after looking lively when he came off the bench in the midweek defeat.

Warburton is already without Luke Amos, who has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a serious knee injury.

Jake Clarke-Salter will be missing from the Birmingham side for the trip to London after sustaining a calf injury in training.

Boss Aitor Karanka had hoped to feature the deadline-day signing from Chelsea but will now be without the defender for at least a fortnight.

Karanka’s defensive options are becoming increasingly limited, with Adam Clayton suspended after being sent off in the midweek defeat at Norwich.

Lukas Jutkiewicz is set to miss out again due to coronavirus, while Jon Toral is also unlikely to feature as he continues to battle a groin strain.

 

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Match Information

  • Championship
  • Round 7
  • Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
  • Simon Hooper
  • 24 Oct, 15:00

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Lineups

Queens Park Rangers
(4-4-2)
Birmingham City
(4-4-2)
  • 13. T. Dieng

  • 24. O. Kakay

  • 20. G. Cameron

  • 4. R. Dickie Yellow Card

  • 6. Y. Barbet

  • 3. L. Wallace

    30'
  • 11. B. Osayi-Samuel

  • 10. I. Chair

  • 37. A. Adomah

    69'
  • 9. L. Dykes

    69'
  • 7. M. Bonne

Substitutes

  • 32. L. Kelly

  • 25. N. Hamalainen

    30'
  • 23. C. Masterson

  • 12. D. Ball

    69'
  • 2. T. Kane

  • 26. F. Bettache

  • 21. C. Willock

    69'
  • 30. N. Etheridge

  • 4. M. Roberts

  • 5. G. Friend

  • 2. M. Colin

  • 12. H. Dean

  • 3. K. Pedersen

  • 20. G. Gardner

  • 19. San José

  • 34. I. Šunjić

  • 9. S. Hogan

    76'
  • 14. J. Leko

    63'

Substitutes

  • 1. Andrés Prieto

  • 25. J. Cogley

  • 6. M. Kieftenbeld

  • 17. Iván Sánchez

    76'
  • 11. Jérémie Bela

  • 10. L. Jutkiewicz

    63'
  • 44. C. Boyd-Munce

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Birmingham City vs Queens Park Rangers

There is a 39.0% chance of a draw.
In simulations where the game is not a draw Queens Park Rangers, at 35.5%, are solid favorites to beat Birmingham City who have a 25.5% chance.
In simulation wins, Birmingham City upsets Queens Park Rangers by averaging 6.1 shots and 2.3 shots on goal.
They average 1.5 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.2 in simulation losses.
Overall, the average simulation score is Queens Park Rangers 0.8 to Birmingham City 0.6.

Queens Park Rangers v Birmingham City

    Queens Park Rangers 0 - 0 Birmingham City - Match Report

    Date published: 10/24/2020 8:49:53 PM

    Queens Park Rangers 0 - 0 Birmingham City - Match Report

    QPR and Birmingham share spoils in dour draw

    QPR and Birmingham played out a dour 0-0 draw at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

    A stalemate was perhaps no surprise given that the two teams have the same number of wins and points as well as the same goal difference.

    Both are now without a win in six matches and neither have scored in their last three games.

    Rangers hoped the return of Lyndon Dykes after a thigh injury would make a difference.

    But the Scotland striker struggled to make an impact before being substituted midway through the second half.

    Bright Osayi-Samuel and Dykes both went close for the hosts seven minutes after the interval.

    Ilias Chair pulled the ball back to Osayi-Samuel, whose right-footed shot was headed off the line by Birmingham captain Harlee Dean.

    And from the resulting corner by Chair, Dykes’ header bounced up and clipped the top of the bar.

    The visitors looked more threatening for much of the game and would have taken an early lead had Marc Roberts managed to connect with Gary Gardner’s ball in from the left.

    Gardner sent a second-half volley narrowly wide, while Blues striker Scott Hogan twice netted from close range but both goals were rightly disallowed for offside.

    Hogan was also denied by goalkeeper Seny Dieng, who later dived to his left to push away a shot from Ivan Sunjic.

    Osayi-Samuel tried to make things happen on a frustrating afternoon for QPR, who gave a first start to recent signing Albert Adomah.

    Birmingham survived a late scare when Osayi-Samuel turned away from defender Kristian Pedersen only to shoot into the side-netting.

    Soon afterwards, QPR appealed in vain for a penalty after Osayi-Samuel went down under a challenge from Sunjic.

    And with a couple of minutes remaining, Osayi-Samuel darted in from the right and teed up Chair, who fired wastefully wide of the far post.

    Winger Adomah, a Rangers fan, was lively for parts of the first half, serving up a couple of decent crosses from the right flank, but he faded in the second and was replaced along with Dykes.

    Lineups

    Birmingham City

    ( 4-4-2 )

    • 30. N. Etheridge

    • 4. M. Roberts

    • 5. G. Friend

    • 2. M. Colin

    • 12. H. Dean

    • 3. K. Pedersen

    • 20. G. Gardner

    • 19. San José

    • 34. I. Šunjić

    • 9. S. Hogan

      76'
    • 14. J. Leko

      63'

    Substitutes

    • 1. Andrés Prieto

    • 25. J. Cogley

    • 6. M. Kieftenbeld

    • 17. Iván Sánchez

      76'
    • 11. Jérémie Bela

    • 10. L. Jutkiewicz

      63'
    • 44. C. Boyd-Munce