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Mark Warburton coy on player concerns Queens Park Rangers juggling ahead of Reading clash

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Queens Park Rangers are carrying a few knocks into this weekend’s clash with Reading. 

Warburton’s side managed to address a losing streak in the Championship on Tuesday evening, picking up a decent point on the road against Millwall.

The tough nature of the Championship now means that attention has swiftly turned to this coming weekend, when they take on Reading.

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Ahead of the game, Warburton has remained coy on his QPR selection, revealing to the media that he does have injury concerns, but not elaborating on who is struggling.

As per FLW journalist, George Dagless, Warburton said: “I won’t be giving my team away as per usual! But there’s a few knocks and niggles and we’ll see how they develop.” 

Warburton’s side are without a win in four in the Championship, with their last three points coming at home against Rotherham United on November 24th.

Brentford, Bristol City and Huddersfield Town have beaten them since then, with the draw at Millwall stopping the rot.

In terms of this weekend’s visitors, Reading are fifth in the table, but missed out on a chance to move into the top-two last night, losing at the Madejski Stadium against Birmingham City.

The Verdict 

This is irritating for Warburton, but he seems upbeat about QPR’s injury situation.

He’s probably quite acceptant of the fact it is the same for all clubs at the moment.

The schedule means you’re going to get problems, which is annoying, but there’s little you can do about it.

His focus will be on getting the best XI out on the pitch with the hope he can guide QPR back to winning ways.

Thoughts? Let us know! 


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