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League Cup Pits QPR Against Chelsea

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Queens Park Rangers will once again travel to Stamford Bridge to face Chelsea, this time in the Carling Cup.

Rangers made the trip to their neighbours in January 2008 and were edged out in a narrow FA Cup defeat courtesy of a Lee Camp own goal.

QPR have dispatched of Exeter City and Accrington Stanley in the opening two rounds and face Carlo Ancelotti`s men as their reward at the third stage.

The tie will be played on the week commencing September 21, and must surely be a pick for television coverage in what will undoubtedly be a keenly fought West London derby.




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Date:Saturday August 29 2009

Time: 8:08PM

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VERY EXCITING ! We'll give them a decent match. Reckon we can do it !
kiwi park ranger
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29/08/2009 20:11:00

Great draw! No doubt Merlin will be on soon to give his pearls of wisdom... :P
Boxer
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29/08/2009 21:38:00

Bring it on!
LeeCookFan
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29/08/2009 23:49:00

We're better equipped this time than last time that's for certain - then again so are they!
Boxer
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29/08/2009 23:55:00

If they are playing on the sunday b4 and have a big match on the following weekend then we may face a second string Chelsea.
kiwi park ranger
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30/08/2009 20:58:00

and I am Boxer - bit late cos I've been on leave! Let's hope the tie passes without incidnet and we're not shown to be the mugs that West Ham and Millwall are!
merlin
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01/09/2009 21:20:00

You're alright from my perspective, I'm a ******cat really!
Boxer
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01/09/2009 21:38:00

 

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