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Queens Park Rangers 1 - 0 Preston North End - Photo Gallery
Queens Park Rangers
Pictures from Ian Randall at Loftus Road where Lyndon Dykes scored the only goal and QPR secured a priceless 1-0 win against Preston to all but assure their Championship status for next season.

Swansea City : The vision is clearer, so Jamal Lowe ?
Swansea City
There were some worrying moments for the Swans yesterday, on three occasions mistakes from playing out from the back nearly saw the home side score. And is there now a case for Jamal Lowe to be offered a contract at Swansea ?

Leighton James : His own football revolution
Swansea City
With the passing of Leighton James yesterday we have a Saturday night treat for football fans, Swans fans and Wales followers the world over. Who can recall the magic boots imposing themselves on clubs throughout Wales and England ?

Three subs seal it for the Swans at Huddersfield
Swansea City
As much as we urged the Swans this morning to go to Huddersfield and fight for out clubs shirt this game had many stories to tell, and it was a fantastic ending for Swansea City. Before the goals started to flow it was a fifty-fifty shout as to who would take the points, and the Swans at one point couldn’t do enough to help their hosts.

Swans fans deserve this to be treated as a derby game
Swansea City
Swansea City will take on Huddersfield Town this afternoon (3pm) at the John Smith’s Stadium in Yorkshire. Terriers manager, André Breitenreiteris in a perilous position as his club will see this as a must win game to give them some hope of avoiding relegation.

Leighton James passes away
Swansea City
Swansea stalwart Leighton James has passed away after a long illness. The seventy one year old who brought top flight football to the city of Swansea sadly passed away earlier on today.

W12 braces for pivotal Preston clash - Preview
Queens Park Rangers
Three points above the drop zone with three to play, QPR likely need one more win to save their season and, in theory, their best chance of getting that is tomorrow night, at Loftus Road, against Preston North End. Hold me.

Southampton At Cardiff City The Preview
Saints begin a run of two games in four days that could see them either top of the table or with their automatic promotion dreams in tatters, some of that is dependent on results elsewhere, so all we can do is win at the Cardiff City Stadium.
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