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Queens Park Rangers 3 v 1 Birmingham City
SkyBet Championship
Saturday, 28th April 2018 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 29th April but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Joe Lumley6.6
Osman Kakay6.4
Darnell Furlong7.3
Jake Bidwell6.9
Ryan Manning6.9
Josh Scowen6.7
Luke Freeman7.0
Bright Osayi-Samuel7.1
Ilias Chair7.8
Eberechi Eze7.6
Idrissa Sylla5.5
Nedum Onuoha6.6
Jamie Mackie6.3
Mathieu Smith6.8
6.0David Stockdale
5.5Wes Harding
5.5Ravel Morrison
5.8Marc Roberts
6.0Maxime Colin
5.8 Jota
5.5David Davis
5.5Cheikh Ndoye
6.2Jacques Maghoma
6.0Lucas Jutkiewicz
6.5Che Adams
6.2Craig Gardner
6.2Sam Gallagher

Match Rating7.3 

Your Queens Park Rangers v Birmingham City Match Reports

Geoff78 added 18:29 - Apr 28

Very promising afternoon in W12. Was this the youngest ever QPR side? Not overawed, although to be fair Birmingham were poor. I was especially impressed with Ilias Chair, who in his previous Loftus Rd outing did ok, but today his work rate, pressing and skill were at a much higher level. Combined with Eze's touch and ability to be half a step ahead of opponents, Freeman's skillful buzzing around the opposition's defence and Scowen protecting the back four we looked well-balanced and threatening.

And well done to Lumley, who apart from one fumble that he got away with, looked comfortable, more so than Matt Ingram in the last couple of games. Honourable mentions to Furlong and Bidwell who did well as centre-halves.

Great to see the warm applause for Jamie and the Chief. Well-deserved for both. Tony Fernandes' tweet about changes sounded ominous, but there's a lot to build on.

Wren67 added 20:19 - Apr 28

The performances of the newcomers bodes well for the future. Chair's performance was excellent. Demanded the ball used it well and topped it off with a goal. Eze's time and confidence on the ball gives me real hope for the next season. He can see and execute defense splitting passes. O Samuel is strong on the ball, powerful and will develop into an effective striker. Perhaps Brum were poor but our youngsters looks the business

Esox_Lucius added 22:03 - Apr 28

Eze Chair upsets City(said in a Brummie accent)

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