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Hill Relishing Norwich Clash

Hill Relishing Norwich Clash

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Queens Park Rangers full-back Clint Hill is anticipating another tough game as the leaders travel to Norwich City.

The summer signing is now eligible to play after having his red card rescinded and eagerly looking forward to the upcoming fixture at Carrow Road.

He told QPR.co.uk: 'It's got all the ingredients to be another great game.

'They showed at our place earlier in the season that they're a force to be reckoned with and the likes of (Wes) Hoolahan and (Grant) Holt will cause anyone problems.

'But we're in good form ourselves and we'll go there and enjoy the occasion the atmosphere at what is a great place to play.'


Following successive defeats, QPR have bounced back in style hitting six goals without reply and moving seven points clear at the summit.

A Boxing Day win over Swansea City (4-0) was followed up with a televised 2-0 victory over playoff hopefuls Coventry City - helping bolster the R's league position.

Hill is now due to start at left-back in an unchanged back four including Kaspars Gorkss, Matt Connolly and the Tuesday man of the match, Kyle Walker.




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Writer:Boxer
Date:Thursday December 30 2010
Time: 11:33AM

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