Lineups

Queens Park Rangers

( 4-4-2 )

  • 13. T. Dieng

  • 24. O. Kakay

  • 20. G. Cameron

  • 4. R. Dickie

  • 6. Y. Barbet

  • 12. D. Ball

    58'
  • 3. L. Wallace

  • 22. T. Carroll

  • 11. B. Osayi-Samuel

  • 10. I. Chair

    71'
  • 7. M. Bonne

Substitutes

  • 32. L. Kelly

  • 25. N. Hamalainen

  • 2. T. Kane

  • 23. C. Masterson

  • 37. A. Adomah

    58'
  • 26. F. Bettache

  • 21. C. Willock

    71'

England - Championship

15' R. Ledson 15' Yellow Card 15'  R. Ledson 24' D. Johnson 24' Penalty 24'   Johnson D. Johnson 60' S. Sinclair 60' Penalty 60'   Sinclair S. Sinclair
Queens Park Rangers

Queens Park Rangers

0 - 2

Preston North End

Preston North End

  • 24'
    0 - 1
  • HT
    0 - 1
  • 60'
    0 - 2
  • Date: 21/10/2020
  • Time: 19:45
  • Venue: Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
  • Referee: Kevin Friend
Queens Park Rangers v Preston North End - Preview

Date published: 10/20/2020 8:28:29 PM

Queens Park Rangers v Preston North End - Preview

Major injury blow for QPR midfielder Luke Amos ahead of Preston game

QPR will be without midfielder Luke Amos for Wednesday night’s Sky Bet Championship clash with Preston after he was ruled out for the rest of the season by a knee injury.

A scan has revealed that the 23-year-old suffered anterior cruciate ligament damage to his right knee during Saturday’s 0-0 draw at Bournemouth two years after sustaining a similar injury to his left knee, and he is likely to be out of action for between seven and nine months.

Striker Lyndon Dykes missed the game at the Vitality Stadium – where summer signing Macauley Bonne made his first start for the club – with a thigh problem and will hope to return.

Rangers go into the game without a win since September 12 and have drawn their last three.

Preston midfielder Ben Pearson is a doubt after complaining of tightness in his groin towards the end of Sunday’s 1-0 home defeat by Cardiff.

Pearson played on with manager Alex Neil having already used all three substitutions and although it was hoped the problem was just cramp, he has since been sent for a scan.

Fellow midfielder Daniel Johnson was an unused substitute at the weekend following his return from injury, while full-back Darnell Fisher is closing in on a return from a hamstring problem.

However, striker Louis Moult continues his lengthy rehabilitation following a serious knee injury.

 

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Match Information

  • Championship
  • Round 6
  • Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
  • Kevin Friend
  • 21 Oct, 19:45

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Lineups

Queens Park Rangers
(4-4-2)
Preston North End
(4-4-2)
  • 13. T. Dieng

  • 24. O. Kakay

  • 20. G. Cameron

  • 4. R. Dickie

  • 6. Y. Barbet

  • 12. D. Ball

    58'
  • 3. L. Wallace

  • 22. T. Carroll

  • 11. B. Osayi-Samuel

  • 10. I. Chair

    71'
  • 7. M. Bonne

Substitutes

  • 32. L. Kelly

  • 25. N. Hamalainen

  • 2. T. Kane

  • 23. C. Masterson

  • 37. A. Adomah

    58'
  • 26. F. Bettache

  • 21. C. Willock

    71'
  • 1. D. Rudd

  • 15. J. Rafferty

  • 5. P. Bauer

  • 16. A. Hughes

  • 14. J. Storey

  • 8. A. Browne

  • 11. D. Johnson Penalty

    73'
  • 44. B. Potts

  • 31. S. Sinclair Penalty

    90'
  • 18. R. Ledson Yellow Card

  • 19. E. Riis

    84'

Substitutes

  • 25. C. Ripley

  • 23. P. Huntington

  • 12. P. Gallagher

  • 29. T. Barkhuizen

    73'
  • 10. J. Harrop

  • 24. S. Maguire

    84'
  • 20. J. Stockley

    90'

 

       

         

         

         

         

         

Simulation

Preston North End vs Queens Park Rangers

This is a very close match-up.
In 10,000 simulations Preston North End won 32.7%, Queens Park Rangers won 29.5% and there was a 37.8% chance of a draw.
Overall, the average simulation score is Preston North End 0.8 to Queens Park Rangers 0.7.
In simulation wins, Preston North End averages 6.2 shots and 2.3 shots on goal.
They average 1.6 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.2 in simulation losses.
When Queens Park Rangers wins they average 8.1 shots and 3.4 shots on goal.
They average 1.6 goals in simulated victories vs just 0.2 in simulation losses.

Queens Park Rangers v Preston North End

    Queens Park Rangers 0 - 2 Preston North End - Match Report

    Date published: 10/21/2020 11:09:11 PM

     Queens Park Rangers 0 - 2 Preston North End - Match Report

    Preston strike twice from the spot to beat QPR

    Preston secured a 2-0 away victory at QPR thanks to two penalties both conceded by Lee Wallace.

    Daniel Johnson tucked away the first and Scott Sinclair dispatched the second just before the hour mark to give North End a deserved three points.

    They took the lead on 24 minutes following Wallace’s foul on Sinclair near the edge of the box.

    Referee Kevin Friend initially gave a free-kick but changed his mind and instead awarded a penalty, which Johnson calmly slotted past keeper Seny Dieng.

    The visitors might have have been awarded another spot-kick soon afterwards but their protests were waved away by Friend despite Rangers defender Rob Dickie appearing to tug Emil Riis Jakobsen’s shirt.

    Dieng was called into action shortly before half-time, gathering a shot from Brad Potts as Preston continued to have the upper hand.

    And Jakobsen squandered a glorious chance to double their lead early in the second half.

    The Danish forward was found unmarked by Alan Browne’s ball in from the left but miscued his shot, which drifted harmlessly wide.

    However, he atoned by winning his side’s second penalty.

    As QPR struggled to clear a long ball, Jakobsen got in front of the otherwise impressive Dickie and was then tripped by the much less impressive Wallace, who struggled throughout.

    This time Sinclair stepped up and, like Johnson, he calmly sent Dieng the wrong way.

    Ebere Eze, who left QPR for Crystal Palace during the summer, was back at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium watching from the stands.

    His flair is much missed by Rangers, who struggled to create clear-cut chances and failed to even muster a shot on target.

    They also missed the physical presence of Lyndon Dykes up front – the Scotland striker has sat out the past two matches with a thigh problem.

    Mark Warburton will want him back as soon as possible because QPR lack a goal threat without him.

    R’s boss Warburton made attacking changes in the second half, introducing recent signings Albert Adomah and Chris Willock, but Preston saw the game out comfortably.

    Rangers had plenty of possession but rarely looked like finding a way past a well organised defence.

    Adomah did go close in injury time when he found himself through on goal, but he fired against the post after holding off a challenge from Andrew Hughes.

    Lineups

    Preston North End

    ( 4-4-2 )

    • 1. D. Rudd

    • 15. J. Rafferty

    • 5. P. Bauer

    • 16. A. Hughes

    • 14. J. Storey

    • 8. A. Browne

    • 11. D. Johnson Penalty

      73'
    • 44. B. Potts

    • 31. S. Sinclair Penalty

      90'
    • 18. R. Ledson Yellow Card

    • 19. E. Riis

      84'

    Substitutes

    • 25. C. Ripley

    • 23. P. Huntington

    • 12. P. Gallagher

    • 29. T. Barkhuizen

      73'
    • 10. J. Harrop

    • 24. S. Maguire

      84'
    • 20. J. Stockley

      90'