Writer: Tom Bodell
Date:Saturday April 30 2011
WATFORD HOST Queens Park Rangers in their final home game of the season, looking to deny the West London side promotion back to the Premier League.
The Hoops need just a point to guarantee promotion and the title so the Hornet's will be hard-pressed to deny Warnock's men.
'We've got Watford coming up - they beat us 3-1 at Loftus Road.
'We were glad to get away with that in the end.
'They could have doubled or trebled that on the night, but at least it's not on television!'
Source: QPR Official
Malky Mackay is without Stephen McGinn (knee), Andi Weiman (foot) and Ross Jenkins.
Matty Whichelow, Tom Aldred and Michael Bryan are all doubts.
Likely line-up: Loach; Hodson, Mariappa, Taylor, Doyley; Deeney, Eustace (c), Cowie, Buckley; Sordell and Graham.
The England U20 cap roared back into the side with a bang at Leicester on Easter Monday scoring twice.
It's been an impressive breakthrough campaign for the pacey forward who suffered a lull in the New Year but has nevertheless impressed over the course of his first full season as a Vicarage Road regular.
QPR have doubts about defender Fitz Hall (hamstring) so Matt Connolly and Danny Shittu are in contention to replace him.
Line-up Vs. Hull City: Kenny; Orr, Hall, Gorkss, Hill; Derry, Faurlin; Routledge, Smith, Taraabt (c); Helguson.
The Newcastle loanee has been in blistering form since his return to Loftus Road after an unproductive spell with the North East giants.
Sold last January to the Toon, Routledge returned roughly a year later on loan with a view to a permanent move and has struck
Watford Home Form: Lost Vs. Hull, Drew Vs. Norwich and Won Vs. Barnsley.
Head2Head Form: Watford 3-1 QPR, QPR 1-0 Watford (09/10) QPR 3-1 Watford.
QPR Away Form: Lost @ Scunthorpe, Won @ Barnsley, Drew @ Cardiff.
Referee: Mr N SWARBRICK Assistants: Mr P Kelly & Miss S Massey Fourth Official: Mr O Saliy
Win - Hopefully anyway; I'd like to see us finish the home campaign in style and with the 3-1 rout at Loftus Road in our minds hopefully the 'Orns will find a good performance.
QPR: 7/5 (Victor Chandler)
raw: 12/5 (Bet365)
atford: 9/4 (BetFred)
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Date:Saturday April 30 2011
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