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Match Pack | QPR v Owls

5 April 2024

Queens Park Rangers v Wednesday
Saturday 6 April
Matrade Loftus Road


With just six games left to play in the 2023/24 campaign, the Owls travel to the capital to face Queens Park Rangers.


Danny Röhl’s side sit just two points away from safety and will be looking to bounce back from a 2-0 Easter Monday defeat to Middlesbrough at the Riverside.

The Londoners have found solid form after winning five of their last 10 games, losing just twice in that time, and are currently unbeaten in three matches.

Their recent run has seen the R's climb to 16th in the league table, six points clear of the relegation zone. 


Wednesday will be backed by over 1,800 supporters in the capital. Our allocation is completely sold out and supporters should not travel to Loftus Road unless in possession of a valid matchday ticket.

We again remind fans of their conduct whilst following the Owls. Click HERE for details.


Wednesday: The Owls are close to full strength after Röhl confirmed Callum Paterson, Josh Windass, Ian Poveda and Kristian Pedersen have all featured in training.

Di’Shon Bernard is the only player with a question mark over his availability and the Jamaican will be assessed ahead of the trip to London.


QPR: The Hoops have reported no fresh injury concerns following their Easter double-header, wins at home against Birmingham and on the road at Swansea.


Referee: Graham Scott
Assistant Referee 1: Simon Bennett
Assistant Referee 2: Daniel Leach
Fourth Official: Gavin Ward


Live commentary of QPR v Wednesday is available HERE in association with BBC Radio Sheffield.

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Match Reports

Report: QPR 0-2 Owls

6 April 2024

Wednesday’s survival hopes were given a welcome boost as Djeidi Gassama and Anthony Musaba climbed off the bench to deliver a vital win at QPR.

The two substitutes saw the Owls reap the rewards for a thoroughly professional performance as the in-form hosts were undone.

The win brings the relegation battle to boiling point as Wednesday took significant strides on the Championship home straight.


An open contest unfolded in the West London sunshine, with half chances at both ends inside five minutes.

Both efforts, from Ike Ugbo and Ilias Chair, were charged down but the contest had the look of the R’s and the Owls going all out for victory.

It was Wednesday that were far more dangerous, though, and came within a whisker of taking the lead on 26 minutes.

Ian Poveda delightfully pulled a fine Barry Bannan ball from the sky and crossed for the onrushing Josh Windass, who couldn’t quite adjust his feet almost on the line and the chance went begging.

In a further blow, that proved the last of the action for Poveda, who up to that point was a constant menace, the wideman pulled up with injury in the next attack.

Blue and white fortunes got no better 10 minutes before half time. Gassama was brought down by Isaac Hayden right on the cusp of the area and the Owls’ penalty claims were waved away in favour of a free kick.

But the luck finally went Wednesday’s way on the hour. Gassama burst into the box on the angle, riding challenges, and when Hayden attempted a clearance the ball smashed against the Frenchman and past the helpless Asmir Begovic.


It was the break the Owls needed, and the next meaningful attack kept the pendulum in the visitors’ camp.

Lucas Andersen took possession down the left of the area in space and unleashed only to see the ball crash back into play off the crossbar.


Back came Wednesday and Begovic kept out a fierce Michael Smith hit before Sinclair Armstrong headed over at the other end from close range.

It was a must for the Owls to manage the game out in the closing stages and as QPR committed men forward in pursuit of an equaliser, they left the back door open, and Musaba raced through in stoppage time.

The Dutchman took a crossfield ball from Gassama into his path and executed an unstoppable shot past Begovic to guide his side to a huge success in the capital.

Wednesday: Beadle, Iorfa, Ihiekwe, Diaby, Famewo (Pedersen 80), Bannan, Palmer, Windass (Paterson 70), Poveda (Gassama 27), Ugbo (Musaba 70), Smith (Valentin 80)

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