Swansea wingman expects excitement at Loftus Road

15:37 10 April 2012

Scott Sinclair believes there will be plenty of action at Loftus Road on Wednesday night

Scott Sinclair believes there will be plenty of action at Loftus Road on Wednesday night

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Scott Sinclair thinks there will be plenty of goals when Swans face QPR at Loftus Road

Scott Sinclair expects plenty of goalmouth action on Wednesday night when Swansea face QPR at Loftus Road.

The former Chelsea man came on as a second half substitute in Friday’s 2-0 defeat to Newcastle, but looks set to start against Mark Hughes’ side.

Sinclair has scored seven goals for Swansea this season and the 23-year-old is not expecting a goalless draw in west London, with fourth-bottom QPR desperate to open up a gap between themselves and the drop zone.

“Loftus Road is a very difficult place to go, their fans are great and get behind the team but if we can go there and get an early goal hopefully we can come back with a result,” he said.

“It will be a very open game, they need to win and get three points and I can see it being end-to-end.

“When games open up it gives me more time to turn and run at defenders and hopefully it will be good to watch and play in.”

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