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  1. Fulham beat QPR in west London derby
  2. McCormack fires Fulham ahead
  3. Dembele & Cairney make it 3-0
  4. Chery grabs consolation for R's
  5. Slavisa Jokanovic's first win as Fulham boss

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By Rob Stevens

All times stated are UK

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FT: QPR 1-3 Fulham

That's it from us.

Remember you can keep track of all the rest of the Championship action this weekend via the BBC Sport website and the BBC Sport app.

You can also keep up-to-date with the SIx Nations and Premiership rugby matches, if you like the oval ball game.


FT: QPR 1-3 Fulham

Moussa Dembele
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So Slavisa Jokanovic gets his first win as Fulham head coach at the seventh attempt, and it was a deserved one.

A 10-minute blitz before half-time led to goals from Ross McCormack, Moussa Dembele and Tom Cairney and set up a comfortable victory for the Whites.

You can read Gary Smee's report on the events at Loftus Road here.

FT: QPR 1-3 Fulham

Fulham move up to 17th in the Championship table, above of Huddersfield on goal difference, ahead of the three o'clock kick-offs.

The Whites are now seven points above the relegation zone.

QPR are 13th, 11 points off the play-off places.

FT: QPR 1-3 Fulham

Once the results come, the confidence comes back and we can show what we can do. The fans were tremendous today.

Ross McCormackFulham striker on Sky Sports


QPR 1-3 Fulham

Fulham get their first win under Slavisa Jokanovic as the referee blows the final whistle.

It is a deserved win for the Whites, who outclassed QPR for much of the game.

However Fulham miss a chance to keep a clean sheet for the first time since October, a run which now stretches 20 games.

QPR 1-3 Fulham

QPR get a free kick on the left but Daniel Tozser's delivery is overhit. Fulham fans breathe a sign of relief.

GOAL (Chery)

QPR 1-3 Fulham

QPR have one back!

Tjaronn Chery steers the ball into the net after it fell to him at a corner.

Is an unlikely comeback on the cards?

We are into four minutes of injury time....

QPR 0-3 Fulham

Another save from Andy Lonergan preserves Fulham's clean sheet.

Tjaronn Chery strikes low from the edge of the area but it's straight at Lonergan.

QPR 0-3 Fulham

Fulham keeper Andy Lonergan claims a cross and Fulham look like they are going to see this one through comfortably.

QPR 0-3 Fulham

A few QPR fans are heading for the exits, and who can blame them? They have been outclassed today.

You can feel sorry for the QPR fans. They cannot keep possession and the quality is of such a poor standard.

Paul MortimerEx-Charlton midfielder on BBC Radio London


QPR 0-3 Fulham

Fulham make their final change, with Emerson Hyndman coming on for French striker Moussa Dembele.

The teenager has been influential for the Whites today, scoring the second and helping set up the third.


QPR 0-3 Fulham

QPR centre-back Grant Hall goes into the book for a lunge on Tom Cairney,

From the resulting free-kick Cairney fires over the bar.

QPR 0-3 Fulham

QPR are enjoying their best spell of the match but it's too little, too late really.

Tjaronn Chery shoots wide of the post from range.

QPR 0-3 Fulham

Following a decent spell of possession, QPR forward Nasser El Khayati tests Andy Loergan with a stinging shot from range, and the Fulham stopper gathers at the second attempt.


QPR 0-3 Fulham

Fulham make their second change, as skipper Scott Parker is replaced by the on-loan Rohan Ince.

Ross McCormack takes the armband for the visitors.

Parker gets a high-five from boss Slavisa Jokanovic on the bench.


QPR 0-3 Fulham

That final QPR change is now made, as Tjaronn Chery comes on for Matt Phillips.

A final roll of the dice from Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink as Slavisa Jokanovic edges closer to his first win as Fulham boss.

QPR 0-3 Fulham

QPR keeper Alex Smithies tips over a shot from Ross McCormack from an acute angle.

QPR 0-3 Fulham

Andy Lonergan
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Fulham keeper Andy Lonergan makes a great save to keep it 3-0.

Nasser El Khayati rises unchallenged from another QPR corner and powers a header goalwards.

But Lonergan dives to his left and gets a strong hand on the ball to clear the danger.


Now it's Jamie O'Hara going into the book for a foul on Nasser El Khayati.


QPR 0-3 Fulham

Fulham defender Dan Burn goes into the book after he chops down Jamie Mackie midway inside his own half.

The centre-back was wrong-footed by an overhit pass back to him by Fernando Amorebieta.

Rangers fans were calling for a red but there was a covering defender.

QPR 0-3 Fulham

Fulham create another chance, but Tom Cairney shoots straight at QPR keeper Alex Smithies.

It is literally attack versus defence. Fulham have toyed with QPR and don't look like a team down the bottom of the table.

Paul MortimerEx-Charlton midfielder on BBC Radio London

QPR 0-3 Fulham

Moments ago QPR midfielder Daniel Tozser sliced the ball badly out of play to jeers from home fans. That just about sums up their afternoon.

Tjaronn Chery was about to come on for the home side, but he's sat back down on the bench. 

QPR 0-3 Fulham

Moments later Luke Garbutt lashes wide, slicing the ball wide with his right foot after brilliant work from Jamie O'Hara on the left.

Fulham fans refer to O'Hara as the "Putney Pirlo", and he's doing the Italy legend justice today.

QPR 0-3 Fulham

Fulham are playing the better football by a long, long way.

Ryan Fredericks over-hits a cross which could have provided another opportunity for Moussa Dembele.

At the other end, Matt Phillips calls Whites keeper Andy Lonergan into action with a low shot from outside the area.

QPR 0-3 Fulham

Jamie O'Hara skews a shot wide from an offside position after Fulham work another opening.

The visitors are pinging the ball around QPR with ease.

QPR have got to get closer to players and put them under pressure. It is not good enough and it is far too easy for Fulham."

Paul MortimerEx-Charlton midfielder on BBC Radio London


QPR 0-3 Fulham

QPR boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink makes his second change, as Nasser El Khayati comes on for Junior Hoilett.

Can the Dutchman sprinkle some magic and inspire a comeback?

QPR 0-3 Fulham

The "ole"s are out from the Fulham fans for a long passing move. The visitors are very comfortable in possession at Loftus Road.

Scott Parker Fulham
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QPR 0-3 Fulham

This is surely just about game management from Fulham now, at 3-0 up away from home in a west London derby.


QPR 0-3 Fulham

The wall seemed a mile back and Scott Parker was well ahead of it to charge down Matt Phillips' effort from the free-kick.

It looks like he encroached but the referee ignores it.

QPR skipper Nedum Onuoha gets a yellow card for his protestations.

QPR 0-3 Fulham

Ranges go direct and more positive from the kick-off and Junior Hoilett is taken down by Michael Madl on the edge of the area.

QPR have a free-kick in an attacking position and a chance for a shot at goal....


QPR 0-3 Fulham

We are back under way at Loftus Road as Fulham get the second half started.

What response will QPR have to that blistering 15-minute spell from Fulham just before the break?

R's boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has made a change, with January signing Conor Washington replacing Sebastian Polter up front.

Change at the top of the Championship?

With Championship leaders Middlesbrough not in action until Monday, Hull or Burnley could be sitting pretty at the top of the table come 5 o'clock this evening.

The Tigers are away at Blackburn while the Clarets make the trip to Reading.

Two new managerial reigns begin as Darren Walsall's Derby side welcome MK Dons and Neil Warnock's new side Rotherham entertain Birmingham.

Elsewhere, bottom of the table Charlton host Cardiff while struggling Bolton go to fourth-placed Brighton.

In the Premier Leauge...

Sunderland 1-1 Manchester United

Away from that breathless first half at Loftus Road, we've got one Premier League game under way at the Stadium of Light.

Wahbi Kahzri gave Sunderland an early lead, but Anthony Martial has just levelled things up for Louis Van Gaal's side.

You can follow live text coverage of that game here.

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HT: QPR 0-3 Fulham

QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink will surely be giving his players an almighty ear-bashing in the changing room.

Meanwhile Fulham boss Slavisa Jokanoivc is on the brink of his first victory as Whites boss at the seventh attempt.

Surely nothing can go wrong now for the visitors?

HALF TIME: Three goals in quick succession leave #QPR with a mountain to climb at the break. #QPRvFUL

HALF TIME: Three goals in quick succession leave #QPR with a mountain to climb at the break. #QPRvFUL

HT: QPR 0-3 Fulham

Fulham have been so far ahead. There are not enough QPR players doing enough. Half-time has saved them from more goals.

Paul MortimerEx-Charlton midfielder on BBC Radio London


QPR 0-3 Fulham

Fulham have been running QPR ragged in the last 15 minutes and the half-time whistle will come as a relief to Rangers boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink.

The Whties came close to adding a fourth in injury time and every time the come forward they look like they are going to score.

The teams come off to a chorus of boos at Loftus Road, but the travelling fans will be delighted with their first-half display.

GOAL (Cariney)

QPR 0-3 Fulham

QPR fans look away now. This game is surely as good as over as Fulham strike on the counter-attack.

Luke Garbutt's long pass finds Ross McCormack in space and the Scot drives at a ragged Rangers defence.

His ball through finds Moussa Dembele, who scuffs a shot low across Alex Smithies.

The ball rebounds off the post and Tom Cairney is there to react quickest and turn the ball home.

QPR 0-2 Fulham

We'll have three added minutes at the end of the first half.

QPR 0-2 Fulham

QPR finally build a decent opening as Matt Phillips gets in a cross.

It is just too far ahead of Jamie Mackie, and Fulham stopper Andy Lonergan gathers, but it is encouraging for Rangers fans.

QPR 0-2 Fulham

QPR look one-dimensional in their play. They have got to start asking questions of Fulham's defence as it is not the quickest or the most agile.

Paul MortimerEx-Charlton midfielder on BBC Radio London