Queens Park Rangers

IN ASSOCIATION WITH
Dave Edwards and Helder Costa

Wolves end their nine-game winless run and pick up their first victory under new boss Paul Lambert by beating 10-man QPR.

Last Match

Thu 1 December 2016 2016-12-01T00:00:00+00:00 Championship Queens Park Rangers vs Wolverhampton Wanderers (Home)

Next Match

Sat 10 December 2016 2016-12-10T00:00:00+00:00 Championship Queens Park Rangers vs Rotherham United (Away)
15:00

Features & Analysis

Queens Park Rangers Stats

Top Goal Scorers

  1. Chery
    4
  2. Polter
    4
  3. Sylla
    4
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This table is a chart of who has red and yellow cards and how many of each.
Discipline Yellow Cards Red Cards
Henry 3 1
Perch 3 1
Hall 1 1

Please note: goal scorers and discipline stats refer to all competitions

Queens Park Rangers Squad

Goalkeepers

  1. 1 Smithies
  2. 13 Ingram
  3. 26 Lumley

Defenders

  1. 3 Bidwell
  2. 4 Hall
  3. 5 Onuoha
  4. 6 Lynch
  5. 18 Robinson
  6. 22 Caulker
  7. 24 Perch
  8. 34 Kakay
  9. 37 Paul
  10. 38 Hamalainen

Midfielders

  1. 7 Borysiuk
  2. 8 Cousins
  3. 10 Chery
  4. 11 Gladwin
  5. 15 Wszolek
  6. 20 Henry
  7. 21 Luongo
  8. 25 Petrasso
  9. 30 Sandro
  10. 33 Prohouly

Forwards

  1. 9 Washington
  2. 12 Mackie
  3. 17 Polter
  4. 19 El Khayati
  5. 23 N'Gbakoto
  6. 27 Shodipo
  7. 40 Sylla

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