The Championship resumes this weekend after a two-week hiatus to accommodate the autumn international fixtures.
All three London sides are back in action this Saturday with some looking to continue their good form, and others hoping to catch a break and get back to winning ways.
In this week’s round-up, we take a walk through the streets of London on a whistle-stop tour of news from the teams in the capital from the past week.
Over at Griffin Park, Brentford midfield Nico Henry is stepping up his recovery from injury.
Happy to be back part training with the team and feeling good! Full contact training the next step! ????????????????
— Rico Henry (@ricohenry14) September 10, 2018
While on international duty Romain Sawyers scored a late winner for his nation of St. Kitts and Nevis.
???? @RomaineSawyers doing his thing on the international stage and coming close to scoring an absolute stunner
— Brentford FC (@BrentfordFC) September 10, 2018
Over at Loftus Road and a former Queens Park Rangers player has expressed his desire to one day return to his former club.
— ITV London (@itvlondon) September 10, 2018
Peter Crouch was speaking in an interview with ITV and said he would love to return to the capital with the Hoops one day before he retires.
From a former international to a player who is just starting life on the world stage.
Osmann Kay-Kay made his debut for Sierra Leone this past week in their 1-0 defeat to Ethiopia in the African Cup of Nations qualifier.
???????? Congratulations to @OsmanKakay97 who made his international debut for Sierra Leone today.
— QPR FC (@QPR) September 9, 2018
And finally, moving to the south of the river, Millwall have announced that their clash with Leeds United is close to a sell-out, with the away allocation to Wednesday’s live match on Sky sold out in advance too.
— Millwall FC (@MillwallFC) September 11, 2018
Over 15,000 have been sold for this weekend’s clash against league leaders Leeds heading to the Den.
— Millwall FC (@MillwallFC) September 10, 2018
With the Long selling out their 1,600 allocation for Wednesday’s trip to Loftus Road.
Moving away from ticket sales and onto player sales, George Saville has spoken about his move away from Millwall for the first time.
— NewsAtDen (@NewsAtDen) September 10, 2018
Saville said his time at Millwall was a stepping stone for a chance to make it to the Premier League but enjoyed his time in London.