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PREVIEW: QPR (A)

10 March 2021

A look at Town’s next Sky Bet Championship opponents

- A look towards Town’s match against Queens Park Rangers
- Find out who QPR’s key players are
- Watch the game on iFollow HTAFC

Huddersfield Town travel to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium to face Queens Park Rangers in the Sky Bet Championship, looking to complete the double over the side.

The match will kick off at 3pm on Saturday 13 March 2021.

The last time the two sides faced off, Town came away with a 2-0 win. Goals from Harry Toffolo and Josh Koroma vaulted the Terriers to the win.

THE OPPPOSITION

QPR currently sit 12th in the Sky Bet Championship table with 46 points, however, winning their game in hand could see them jump to 10th!

Interestingly so far this year they have won 12 games, drawn 10 and lost 12.

So far this season, Mark Warburton’s side has a tendency of attacking down the right wing; statistically this is where they’ve been the most effective.

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At the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, the Rs have won seven of their 17 games and have picked up 25 points.

FORM GUIDE

Queens Park Rangers come into the game in great form. They have cruised to eight victories in their last 12 games.

In their last outings they beat both Bristol City and Wycombe Wanderers.

Within this run of results QPR have kept clean sheets in half of their games, tallying to a total of six.

ONES TO WATCH

Charlie Austin

Joining on a loan from West Brom, the attacker acts as a target man – perfect for a side that is most lethal attacking from the wings.

He has started every game since arriving, scoring five goals and playing 88% of potential minutes, establishing himself quickly as their go-to striker. He averages just under three shots a game.

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Robert Dickie

Dickie has been a consistently solid figure of The R’s defence this season. The centre-back has also contributed on the attacking side, scoring two goal and contributing with an assist.

The defender also ranks top 4 four in almost every defensive stat for the squad, cementing his importance to the team.

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Ilias Chair

The Belgian is QPR’s main goal contributor with seven goals and an assist.

Chair leads his side in key passes per game with 1.7 and is performing at a high level playing as a central-attacking-midfielder. Scoring in their last two games, the midfielder is in a good run of form.

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ACTION ELSEWHERE

There are eight other matches to be played in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday:

Luton Town vs Swansea City – 12.30pm
Birmingham City vs Bristol City – 3pm
AFC Bournemouth vs Barnsley – 3pm
Cardiff City vs Watford – 3pm
Derby County vs Millwall – 3pm
Middlesbrough vs Stoke City – 3pm
Nottingham Forest vs Reading – 3pm
Wycombe vs Preston North End – 3pm

TEAM NEWS

Town’s Head Coach will give an update on his side’s team news in his press conference on Thursday 11 March 2021

KIT

Town will be wearing the red away kit at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium; CLICK HERE to get yours!

HOW TO WATCH

Huddersfield Town supporters can watch Saturday’s game against QPR LIVE on iFollow HTAFC

CLICK HERE to buy your match pass!


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