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Queens Park Rangers 0 v 0 Reading
SkyBet Championship
Saturday, 29th December 2018 Kick-off 15:00

Voting was locked for this match at midnight on Sunday 30th December but you may still add your mini match reports. Note that members and non-members alike were able to vote.

Joe Lumley7.5
Darnell Furlong6.3
Toni Leistner7.1
Joel Lynch6.1
Jake Bidwell6.1
Pawel Wszolek5.9
Jordan Cousins4.7
Josh Scowen5.6
Luke Freeman6.5
Eberechi Eze4.9
Nahki Wells5.7
Mathieu Smith4.5
Ilias Chair5.4
6.8Anssi Jaakkola
6.0Andy Yiadom
5.8Tiago Ilori
5.9John O'Shea
6.0Omar Richards
5.7Andy Rinomhota
6.9John Swift
5.8Garath McCleary
7.2Sone Aluko
6.1Modou Barrow
5.2Yakou Meite
4.8Josh Sims
4.8Jon Dadi Bodvarsson
4.9Danny Loader

Referee6.2 
Match Rating5.2 


Your Queens Park Rangers v Reading Match Reports

smegma added 18:35 - Dec 29

No subs until time added on ?? Matt Smith introduced with 90 seconds of the four minutes added on was a master stroke. It was like Ian Holloway at his weirdest.
I would have taken a point at half time and at full time. The ONLY pluses I can recall is a point and a clean sheet. 10 points out of 12 ain't too shabby.
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enfieldargh added 21:00 - Dec 29

Sadly John Swift was the best player on the park today although like Barry Bannon nothing to show for all his pass ratio
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Geoff78 added 11:54 - Dec 30

Scowen + Cousins (esp the latter) were v disappointing. Obviously had a clear message at half time as both booked in first few minutes of second half. Many are suggesting Lumley as MotM, which is fair enough, but his distribution is erratic. Although we could have won it at the end, we were outplayed for long periods. Agree completely about the subs. It looks like McClaren didn't have confidence in them and although the team did improve for the last quarter using subs earlier would have given them a positive message and been a warning to any players not putting in a shift.
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