As it happened: Queens Park Rangers 0-2 Preston North End

Preston North End travel to London to face Queens Park Rangers, with kick off at 7:45pm.

Wednesday, 21st October 2020, 5:39 pm
Updated Wednesday, 21st October 2020, 9:50 pm
The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

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QPR vs PNE

Last updated: Wednesday, 21 October, 2020, 21:04

  • Full Time: QPR 0-2 PNE
  • PNE Starting XI: Ripley, Huntington, Gallagher, Harrop, Barkhuizen, Maguire, Stockley.
  • PNE will be looking to bounce back form defeat to Cardiff City at the weekend.
  • QPR have drawn their last three league games.
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A simple ball clipped in behind a flat PNE defence from Chair releases Osayi-Samuel but Rudd is out well to deal with the threat.

Osayi-Samuel goes down the right side but his cross is deflected behind.

The ball comes out to Lee Wallace and his shot from range is high.

Ryan Ledson is booked for tripping Ilias Chair in midfield. 

Rudd kicks long to Riis who chests it into the path of Sinclair who carried the ball forward, showed excellent feet and was felled just inside the area!

Johnson slots the ball to the left side! Never in doubt!

Preston are starting to get a real feel for this now, Emil Riis chases a lost cause and keeps it alive, squaring it before it’s cleared.

North End recycle the ball and it’s aimed towards the Dane who tries to control with his back to goal but goes down under a challenge, nothing given.

Riis causes more trouble, flicking the ball onto Brad Potts who struck first time reaching for the ball and Dieng is down to save.

Potts fires wide but the flag is up anyway

Brad Potts finds a pocket of space in the QPR box and fires across goal on his left foot. It’s not far wide but the no.44 is offside anyway.

Half Time: QPR 0-1 PNE

A good showing so far from Alex Neil’s men as Daniel Johnson’s penalty separates the two at the break.

It was an even contest up until Sinclair drove into the QPR box and was brought down, PNE controlling matters since.

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