Date:Friday October 22 2010
Fri. 22nd Oct '10
QPR travel to Ashton Gate for their second away game in three days and for the first time this season the R`s will feature on Sky Sports.
Rangers have struggled for goals of late but a credible draw away to Swansea leaves me more optimistic than it does pessimistic. The fact remains we are still unbeaten and are still creating decent opportunities to win games.
Bristol City picked up their first win in seven games on Tuesday night. A gritty 1-0 victory over Reading ensured Keith Millen a few more games in charge.
It hasn`t been a great start to life for Millen as permanent manager of City. With Steve Coppell`s strangely timed resignation Millen seemed the ideal candidate having been at the club for over 10 years in several different capacities (including U-17 manager, assistant manager and caretaker manager).
The season hasn`t panned out as City would`ve imagined. With two wins all season and sitting bottom of the table, the fans will be hoping for a change in fortunes sooner rather than later.
Nonetheless Bristol City away is always a tough game and with Danny Haynes, Jamal Campbell-Ryce and Jon Stead (a player who loves to play against us) the Rangers defence will have to maintain their excellent early season form if we are to come away with anything.
Swansea City 0
Team: Kenny, Hill, Connolly, Gorkss, Walker, Derry, Faurlin, Ephraim (Clarke), Taarabt (Smith), Mackie, Helguson (Agyemang)
Bristol City 1(Haynes)
Team: James, Fontaine, McAllister, Carey, Caulker, Campbell-Ryce (Rose) , Elliott, Johnson, Adomah, Stead (Clarkson) , Haynes (Cisse)
Bristol City Team News:
Cole Skuse has been ruled out of the match due to a heel injury sustained in the win over Reading.
On-loan Wolves striker Sam Vokes will also miss out after suffering a recurrence of the hamstring injury that has kept him out since the opening day of the season.
McAllister - Stewart - Carey - Fontaine
Adomah - Elliot - Johnson - Campbell-Ryce
Stead - Haynes
This week Vital QPR has singled out Danny Haynes as the one to watch at Ashton Gate.
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Date:Friday October 22 2010
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