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Queens Park Rangers have been selected for television coverage on the BBC

Rangers take on Watford on Friday December 10, 2010 with the fixture being moved for television coverage by the BBC.

The two sides clashed live on Sky last season with Rangers beaten and left without a manager as Jim Magilton lost his temper in the aftermath.

The BBC however will bring back fond memories, with the demolition of Derby County screened live in front of the viewing world.

The game therefore has been moved forward a day from the Saturday with a bumper home crowd already expected at Loftus Road.

Reports in the press of late have highlighted the lack of coverage Rangers are getting with auntie - evidently this will alleviate that claim!




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Writer: Boxer Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Friday September 24 2010

Time: 6:40PM

Your Comments

rather it was an up north away match but oh well. Hopefully a solid 1 or 2-0 win so no-one gets too excited about Mackie or Taarabt and trys to sign them in January!!
_qpr-scotland_
Just realised that, for all my moans about the Beeb, Sky aren't showing us at all this side of Christmas - at least, as yet - whereas this is the 2nd match the Beeb will be showing of ours. Read into that what you want!
sandydl
I think the game away to Bristol City is live on Sky
Dmd_qpr
It is indeed, and I may have to watch it on telly. Bristol is a pickle midweek when you can't get time off!
boxer
 

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