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Queens Park Rangers 3 v 0 Sheffield Wednesday
SkyBet Championship
Tuesday, 23rd October 2018 Kick-off 19:45

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Joe Lumley7.1
Angel Rangel7.0
Toni Leistner7.4
Joel Lynch7.6
Jake Bidwell6.9
Massimo Luongo7.3
Geoff Cameron7.4
Pawel Wszolek7.9
Eberechi Eze7.5
Luke Freeman7.9
Tomer Hemed7.3
Jordan Cousins5.6
Josh Scowen5.9
Nahki Wells7.1
5.7Cameron Dawson
5.4Ash Baker
5.1Michael Hector
5.4Daniel Pudil
5.4Morgan Fox
5.5Joey Pelupessy
7.5Barry Bannan
6.2Adam Reach
5.9Josh Onomah
5.2Lucas Joao
4.7Atdhe Nuhiu
5.1Steven Fletcher
4.8Jordan Thorniley
4.8Matt Penney

Match Rating8.0 

Your Queens Park Rangers v Sheffield Wednesday Match Reports

Geoff78 added 23:01 - Oct 23

Excellent! Organised, strong and committed. From the Loft difficult to see exactly what was going on, but looked a bit lucky to survive early part of second half and Lumley didn't look convincing. In general defence was good. When losing possession we are quick to get 6 (back 4 + Cameron, Luongo) set up across area, with Pav dropping into right back creating a solid wall.

And at last starting to score goals. Long may it continue.

Lynch, Luongo and Pav were outstanding. I wanted to say one of them was MOTM, but Eze's incisive passing and vision were superb. He set up 2 goals, and Wednesday couldn't handle him.

smegma added 23:58 - Oct 23

Just thought I'd mention it's 7 clean sheets in 11.

Lazarus added 09:01 - Oct 24

For all their possession, Wednesday didn't really threaten. Plan A in the first half seemed to be knock it around at the back, knock it around a bit more, use the wings. Plan B (second half) was similar to plan A, but try to get it through the middle. There was no plan C. They looked quite good - sharp, fit, skilful - until our opening goal, and then it became apparent that they didn't really have any more ideas.

That was the best QPR performance I've seen this season. Sure, there were a few scares and "under the cosh" moments, but we defended well and were swift to attack, which was so good to see after a couple of seasons of trying to play through the opposition and finding 11 men in the penalty area by the time we get there.

Well done lads! I'm looking forward to you repeating the performance against Villa on Friday. Please don't disappoint me! :-)

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