Former QPR and Spurs man looking forward to Chelsea clash

15:33 12 September 2012

Les Ferdinand is hoping QPR can get their first win of the season against Chelsea. Photo: Joe Giddens/EMPICS Sport

Les Ferdinand is hoping QPR can get their first win of the season against Chelsea. Photo: Joe Giddens/EMPICS Sport

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Les Ferdinand is looking forward the QPR’s derby match against Chelsea on Saturday and hopes his former club can take three points.

The Hoops legend, now a coach at Tottenham, thinks Mark Hughes’ side will find it tough against top-of-the-table Chelsea but says it’s crucial they get their first win of the season.

“This weekend is going to be a tough game for Rangers,” he told QPR’s official website.

“There’s been a lot that has gone on in recent years between the two sides but I think it will be a great game.

“QPR need to start getting some points under their belt and hopefully they can do that this Saturday.”

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