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Queens Park Rangers 1 v 1 Huddersfield Town
SkyBet Championship
Sunday, 28th January 2024 Kick-off 13:30

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Friday 2nd February but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Asmir Begovic5.5
Reggie Cannon4.6
Steve Cook6.3
Jake Clarke-Salter6.2
Kenneth Paal6.0
Jack Colback5.2
Sam Field4.9
Chris Willock4.0
Lyndon Dykes4.2
Ilias Chair5.6
Sinclair Armstrong5.9
Paul Smyth6.1
Morgan Fox5.0
Elijah Dixon-Bonner5.0
Aaron Drewe5.8
Albert Adomah4.9
5.8Lee Nicholls
5.7Brodie Spencer
5.3Michal Helik
5.5Tom Lees
6.9Sorba Thomas
5.6Alex Matos
5.8Jonathan Hogg
5.0Ben Jackson
6.3Jack Rudoni
5.2Rhys Healey
4.8Bojan Radulovic Samoukovic
4.7Matty Pearson
5.0 Koroma
5.0Radinio Balker

Match Rating3.5 

Your Queens Park Rangers v Huddersfield Town Match Reports

MickB added 17:51 - Jan 28

Insipid effort. Cumbersome on the ball and little running off it until they were losing. Struggled to get the ball out of the first third. Very disappointing.

QPunkR added 19:21 - Jan 28

A match to make you question your sanity. Two hours of life that none of us will get back

Geoff78 added 22:29 - Jan 28

Bad, that was seriously bad. Rs were never really at the races as Huddersfield were more competitive in midfield, won most of the 50:50s, were quicker to the loose ball, passed more accurately and deserved all three points. All I can say in our favour is that had one of the moments when Armstrong ran at the defence or Willock delivered a decent cross led to a goal perhaps we'd have gained confidence and got our passing game going.

The Terriers looked like they'd prepared well. They pressed when we tried to play out from the back so effectively that I can't remember a single passing move resulting. Sensibly we settled for long goal kicks in the second half but Begovic's distribution was poor. He tried a couple of quick long throws - an excellent weapon to have - which didn't come off, but on other occasions when the throw to the half way line looked on he held on to the ball too long.

Moore's team also stifled Armstrong and Chair well, restricting them to few chances, although they did look our most dangerous players. Huddersfield also fell over with great tactical efficiency, often simulating head injuries and disrupting any positive moves we put together. Dykes and Willock were ineffective and should have been subbed sooner.

I don't want to turn against Marti, but I did wonder if he'd failed to prepare the team well and last week we were poor in the opening 20 minutes until we realised Millwall were even worse. More likely too many players get too nervous too easily, but is he putting too much pressure on a mentally fragile bunch? Mentioning cup ties is the equivalent of lining them up for a firing squad.

And of course the ref was rubbish, but that's not why we were so poor.

Royboy48 added 18:07 - Jan 29

Awful game, lucky to get a point.

But then so were they

Amateur officiating made a already poor game pitiful. Actually that’s demeaning to amateurs.

Payback to Sky for worst ever match timing


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