December 21 2013 Latest news:
Midfielder Yossi Benayoun could make his QPR debut against Leicester City tomorrow as the R’s put their unbeaten home record on the line.
Millwall will check on Alan Dunne’s badly-gashed knee ahead of tomorrow’s visit of Middlesbrough in the Championship.
Charlton boss Chris Powell says every one of the club’s 26 remaining games are “huge” if they are to turn around their recent run of poor results.
QPR chief executive Phil Beard insists that the club’s survival in a new 40,000-capacity stadium will not be dependent on participation in the Premier League.
Millwall have been forced to recall midfielder Josh Wright from his emergency loan at Leyton Orient and he could be recalled to the Lions’ squad for tomorrow’s game with Middlesbrough.
Leicester face their second top-of-the-table clash in a week when they travel to Loftus Road to take on Championship leaders QPR on Saturday.
Millwall manager Steve Lomas questioned the desire of his defenders after yet another poor defensive performance undid much of their good attacking work.
Charlton manager Chris Powell was despondent after the Addicks’ were beaten 2-0 by in-form Derby at The Valley.
QPR returned to the top of the Championship with former Blackpool winger Matt Phillips among the scorers in their 2-0 victory at Bloomfield Road.
Jamie Ward and Craig Bryson provided the cutting edge for Derby as Charlton slumped to their third defeat in four games, leaving them hovering just one point above the relegation zone.
Blackburn 3 Millwall 2
Harry Redknapp will take his QPR side to Blackpool tomorrow in positive mood about the club’s long term future after the R’s announced plans move into a new 40,000-seater stadium.
Millwall boss Steve Lomas says his side must arrest their worrying away form before they get seen as a “soft touch” on their travels.
Chris Powell says Charlton have done their homework on in-form Derby but has called on his players to create a “siege mentality” as they head into the busy Christmas period.
QPR have announced plans to move into a new 40,000-capacity stadium as part of an ambitious project to be constructed at Old Oak in west London.