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Match preview: QPR v Owls

10 July 2020

The Owls will be aiming to bring an end to the current run of form which stands at three consecutive defeats heading into the clash in the capital this weekend.

There was more frustration for Wednesday in midweek when Julian Börner’s header looked to have won the points four minutes from time before the goal was ruled out and Preston hit the front a minute later.


QPR, meanwhile, head into the Saturday fixture with four defeats in their last five games.

Barnsley, Charlton, Fulham and Wigan have all taken maximum points from the R’s since the restart, though Mark Warburton’s side picked up a 1-0 win over Middlesbrough last Sunday.


The two sides have already met twice this season with QPR emerging victorious at Hillsborough (1-2) in August, while the Owls picked up a 2-1 win away from home in the FA Cup back in January.



- Date: Saturday, July 11th 2020
- Kick-off, 3pm
- Sky Bet Championship
- Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium


Referee: Oliver Langford
Assistants: Adrian Waters and Geoffrey Russell
Fourth official: Tom Nield


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The number of substitutes used during a match which will increase from three to five players, with the matchday squad increasing to 20.

• Each team will have a maximum of three opportunities to make substitutions
• If both teams make a substitution at the same time, this will count as one of the three opportunities for each team.
• In a normal 90 minute fixture, once all three opportunities have been used, no further substitutions can be made.

Walkout protocol

• Players and match official entry will be staggered onto the pitch.
• There will be no handshakes. Players to take up on pitch positions in the same half as they warmed up ready for kick off.


Back at base, the Owls are reminding supporters that the Ticket Office, Megastore and Meadowhall store remain closed until further notice.


SWFC: Kieran Lee has been ruled out of the trip to QPR.

Tom Lees has returned to training and could figure this weekend, while Jacob Murphy is expected to be available after coming off in the second half against Preston.


No further injuries have been reported.

QPR: Top scorer Jordan Hugill and defender Lee Wallace are both doubts with hamstring injuries.




LAST MEETING – 24 January 2020


QPR 1-2 Owls - 24 January 2020 – FA Cup
Owls 1-2 QPR - 31 August 2019 - Championship
Owls 1-2 QPR - 5 May 2019 – Championship
QPR 3-0 Owls - 23 October 2018 – Championship
QPR 4-2 Owls - 10 April 2018 – Championship

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Match Reports

Report: QPR 0-3 Wednesday

11 July 2020

Wednesday turned in a dominant capital performance to beat QPR 3-0 at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

Dominic Iorfa – whose father played for Rangers back in the 1990s – opened the scoring early on and the Owls never looked back.

A second strike before the break seemed inevitable such was the one-sided nature of the contest and Josh Windass duly obliged.

Substitute Jacob Murphy iced the cake late to wrap up a convincing victory for Garry Monk’s men.


The Owls were off to the perfect start, striking first blood six minutes in. Joe Lumley parried a Windass free kick, ex-R’s man Massimo Luongo hit the post from the rebound and Iorfa was on hand to make it third time lucky.

That gave Wednesday the perfect platform on which to build, with QPR struggling to make any kind of impact in the final third.

The Owls showed much more poise and purpose going forward, as was evidenced on the half-hour mark when Alessio Da Cruz raced free down the right and Windass was a whisker away from connecting to the low cross.

The next chance fell to Tom Lees, who was nicely placed in the area to receive a Barry Bannan set piece but the skipper’s header sailed over the bar.


Still Wednesday pressed and they were rewarded just before the half time whistle. After Windass was denied by a last-ditch Osman Kakay block from close range, the Wigan loanee stooped to head home a wicked Da Cruz corner and Wednesday were squarely in the box seat going down the tunnel.

QPR had more of a spark in the second period but the Owls could have been out of sight on 61 minutes. Jacob Murphy threaded a clever through-ball to the advancing Windass but Lumley was off his line to deal with the danger.

But Wednesday were in no mood to step off the gas and put the game to bed with 12 minutes to go. Murphy took a feed from Bannan into his stride and looked up curl a delicious effort past Lumley in the top corner.

It was no more than the Owls deserved and on another day the margin of victory would have been even greater but nonetheless confidence will be soaring ahead of Huddersfield’s visit to Hillsborough on Tuesday.

Wednesday: Wildsmith, Odubajo, Lees (Shaw 74), Iorfa, Börner, Harris, Bannan, Hunt (Pelupessy 61), Luongo, Da Cruz (Murphy 55), Windass (Nuhiu 74)

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