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Queens Park Rangers host Stoke City in the Championship this weekend.

The R’s will go in search of their first win in five tomorrow, having lost three of their last four in the league and four of their last five in all competitions.

Goals have been an issue for QPR since the departure of Nahki Wells last month. They’re one of the highest scoring teams in the league but Mark Warburton’s side have scored just one in their last four games, and are yet to score in February.

But they’re in good stead to return to winning ways tomorrow having held Swansea to a goalless draw in midweek – QPR put on a sterling defensive display and should’ve left South Wales with all three points.

For the visit of Stoke tomorrow, Warburton will have a fully fit team to select from.

Yoann Barbet made his return to first-team action at Swansea after nearly four months on the sidelines – the Frenchman sustained a nasty muscle injury in training but slipped seamlessly back into the starting line-up, and should keep his spot in the starting line-up for tomorrow.

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The likes of Ilias Chair, Luke Amos and Todd Kane all started on the bench at Swansea after Warburton had made five changes to the side that lost 2-0 at Huddersfield last weekend, so expect to see them back in the frame tomorrow.

QPR are desperate for a win and for some goals. They’re slipping closer to the relegation zone and a win would really give the players and fans a huge boost, and drive them towards another season of Championship football.


Freelance football journalist based in Sheffield. Postgraduate degree in Sports Journalism, and good experience in digital football writing and match reporting.

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