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Vital QPR takes a look at Wednesday night's opponents, Chelsea, as the two sides prepare for the West London derby.

FACTS & FIGURES

Founded: 1905

Nickname: The Blues

Ground: Stamford Bridge (42,055)

Manager: Carlo Ancelotti

SELECTED HONOURS

UEFA Champions League - Runners Up: 2008
UEFA Cup Winners Cup - Winners: 1971, 1998
UEFA Super Cup - Winners: 1998

FA Cup - Winners: 1970, 1997, 2000, 2007, 2009
FA Cup - Runners Up: 1915, 1967, 1994, 2002

League Cup - Winners: 1965, 1998, 2005, 2007
League Cup - Runners Up: 1972, 2008

First Division - Champions: 1954-55
Premier League - Champions: 2004-05, 2005-06
Premier League - Runners Up: 2003-04, 2006-07, 2007-08

RECORDS

Record Attendance: 100,000 (Estimated) v Dynamo Kiev (Friendly, November 1945)

Record victory: 13-0 v Jeunesse Hautcharage (Cup Winners Cup, 1971)

Record defeat 1-8 v Wolverhampton Wanderers (First Division, 1953)

Record Buy: Andriy Shevchenko - £30,800,000 from AC Milan

Record Sale: Arjen Robben - £24,000,000 to Real Madrid

Record Appearances: Ron Harris - 795 - 1961-1980

Record Goals: Bobby Tambling - 202 - 1959-1970

SQUAD

Goalkeepers

1. Petr Čech
22. Ross Turnbull
40. Henrique Hilário

Defenders

2. Branislav Ivanović
3. Ashley Cole
6. Ricardo Carvalho
17. José Bosingwa
19. Paulo Ferreira
26. John Terry
33. Alex
35. Juliano Belletti

Midfielders

5. Michael Essien
8. Frank Lampard
10. Joe Cole
12. John Mikel Obi
13. Michael Ballack
15. Florent Malouda
18. Yuri Zhirkov
20. Deco
24. Nemanja Matic

Strikers

11. Didier Drogba
21. Salomon Kalou
23. Daniel Sturridge
39. Nicholas Anelka

LAST 5 FIXTURES

W - 2-0 v Fulham (Drogba, Anelka)
W - 3-0 v Burnley (Anekla, Ballack, Cole A)
W - 2-1 v Stoke City (Drogba, Malouda)
W - 1-0 v FC Porto (Anelka)
W - 3-0 v Tottenham Hotspur (Cole A, Ballack, Drogba)

LAST 5 FIXTURES V QPR

W - 1-0 (Camp og)
D - 1-1 (Spencer) (Barker)
W - 2-1 (Furlong, Peacock) (Quashie)
W - 2-1 (Brazier og, Furlong) (Allen)
D - 1-1 (Wise) (Ferdinand)




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Writer:Boxer
Date:Monday September 21 2009
Time: 6:33PM

Comments

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Wish it's a good game~a clean fair game.. :) No major injury will be our priority.
Lee.F
21/09/2009 22:31:00
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I promise nothing Lee :D I too hope for a really good exhibition of open, passing football, plenty of goals - but most of all a QPR win!
Boxer
21/09/2009 22:41:00
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Hi Boxer, it will be a close game if we field the pitch with youngsters.
Lee.F
22/09/2009 11:36:00
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my wish is for a trouble free evening - football doesn't need any more aggro after West Ham v Millwall!
merlin
22/09/2009 17:11:00
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