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QPR vs. Crystal Palace

Loftus Raod

15/9/2009

20:00

QPR V PALACE

R's V the Eagles

QPR Team News:

Former Palace defender Fitz Hall won't play for QPR due to a groin injury and Angelo Balanta has an ankle problem. Skipper Martin Rowlands should be back in the side after overcoming his ankle injury.

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Crystal Palace Team News:

Freddie Sears and Claude Davis are major doubts with ankle and hamstring injuries respectively. Paddy McCarthy returns to the squad after completing a one match ban following his red card at Peterborough.

Nick Carle, Sean Scannell and Nathaniel Clyne could all come in as boss Neil Warnock aims to shake up the team after Saturday's poor home defeat to Scunthorpe.

Player to watch: .

Last meeting

Saturday April 04 2009

QPR: Cerny, Gorkss, Delaney, Ramage, Connolly, Leigertwood, Routledge, Miller (Cook, 46), Ephraim, Taarabt (Vine, 73), Di Carmine (Balanta, 85)

Subs not used: Stewart, Alberti

Palace: Speroni, Lawrence, Davis, Clyne, Hill (Jose Fonte, 40), Danns, Derry, Carle, Moses, Kuqi (Scowcroft, 83), Stokes (Ifill, 79)

Subs not used: Hills, Rui Fonte

Bookings: Davis, Hill, Lawrence, Moses

Next Fixtures:

Crystal Palace v Derby Sat 19th of Sep 3:00pm


The Journalist

Writer: Pete Dunbar Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday September 15 2009

Time: 6:24PM

 

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