April 24 2014 Latest news:
Rob Green is backing his QPR team-mate Charlie Austin to return to his lethal best in time for the Championship play-offs.
There is an inevitability about QPR winning at home this season. Charlie Austin’s injury-time winner against Watford sealed a 15th win from 22 games at Loftus Road. One more, against Millwall on Saturday, could secure Rangers a vital advantage in the play-off semi-finals.
Scott McDonald is confident Millwall can add to their fine collection of away victories this season when they face QPR at Loftus Road on Saturday after the disappointment of their 0-0 draw at home to Doncaster Rovers on Easter Monday.
After the thrilling 3-2 win against Sheffield Wednesday on Easter Monday, Charlton fan Alex Stedman reckons head coach Jose Riga should be getting more credit...
Millwall manager Ian Holloway has insisted that his side have reason to be cheerful despite being held to 10-man Doncaster.
Charlton manager Jose Riga described the Addicks’ 3-2 victory at Sheffield Wednesday as a “big, big step” in their bid for Championship safety.
QPR assistant manager Kevin Bond played down fears Charlie Austin had sustained an injury after the striker’s last-minute winner in the 2-1 victory against Watford.
Championship: Sheffield Wednesday 2 Charlton 3
Championship: Millwall 0 Doncaster Rovers 0
Championship: QPR 2 Watford 1
Millwall hero Stefan Maierhofer has called on the Lions to repeat their away day heroics at The Den tomorrow when the face relegation rivals Doncaster Rivals in what could be a crucial match at the bottom of the Championship.
How big a QPR fan are you? Well now it’s your chance to prove it.
Millwall manager Ian Holloway heaped praise on the Lions’ fighting spirit during the crucial time of the season after the win at Middlesbrough, and admitted his side were unlucky not to win by more than the odd goal.
Championship: Middlesbrough 1 Millwall 2