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Vital QPR casts an eye over the Queens Park Rangers players plying their trade away from W12.

Nottingham Forest loanee Dexter Blackstock played a key role in the Tricky Trees` winning goal over Coventry City. Blackstock teed up James Perch for the winning goal just after half time as Forest gave their survival hopes a real boost.

Blackstock started up front alongside former Blackburn Rovers front man Joe Garner, with the pair being preferred to Welsh international striker Robert Earnshaw who sat it out on the bench.

Full back Gary Borrowdale played the entire game for Brighton & Hove Albion as the Seagulls picked up a priceless win over Oldham Athletic.

The injury prone left back saw his side take a two-goal advantage courtesy of Dean Cox and Lloyd Owusu. Oldham substitute Lewis Allesandra halved the arrears before Owusu bagged his second of the afternoon.

Danny Maguire earned his full debut for Yeovil Town today as the Glovers went down 3-2 at home to Hartlepool United. Striker Gary Tomlin saw the hosts into a 7th minute lead before a Joel Porter double turned the game in Hartlepool`s favour.

Tottenham loanee Andros Townsend had equalised for United before former QPR striker Daniel Nardiello won the fixture for the visitors with little over 15 minutes remaining. Maguire was withdrawn with just under 10 minutes remaining with Danny Schofield taking his place.

Bradford defender Zesh Rehman was dropped to the bench and remained an unused substitute with Paul Arnison taking his place in the Bantams rearguard.

It could be said that the defence missed his presence as Dagenham ran riot at Victoria Road with goals from Sam Saunders, Paul Benson and Ben Strevens sealing the victory.

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Date:Saturday April 18 2009

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