September 20, 2022 Uncategorized

Rangers head to South Wales on Saturday high on confidence following back-to-back Championship wins. Last weekend’s impressive triumph at Watford was followed up by another against an in-form Hull City in W12 on Tuesday evening, with QPR slowly but surely finding their groove. Deadline-day capture Tim Iroegbunam could make his R’s debut at the Stadium, while Mick Beale’s men have no fresh injury concerns ahead of the trip along the M4.

Hosts Swansea have endured a mixed start to the campaign and go into Saturday’s contest looking to secure their first home victory of 2022/23. Russell Martin’s Swans looked to be on their way to a second win of the new season at Stoke City in midweek, only to be pegged back by Tyrese Campbell’s 90th-minute strike in the Potteries.

All overseas R’s fans can purchase a live stream match pass for Saturday’s Championship fixture against Swansea. Match passes are priced at £10. We’ve four-camera coverage plus commentary from Nick London and Andy Sinton. Supporters in the UK & Ireland – as well as those overseas – can access live commentary, from Nick and Andy, by purchasing a monthly or annual audio pass.


QPR wins: 21

Draws: 15

Swansea wins: 16

Team News

QPR: Tim Iroegbunam is in line to make his QPR debut after joining on loan from Villa. Tyler Roberts is pushing for a start after featuring for half an hour in midweek.

Swansea: New signing Fin Stevens could make his debut after signing on loan from Brentford, while Ben Cabango returns to the squad after serving a one-game suspension.

Classic Encounter

Swansea City 0, QPR 1: May 7th 2022

Mark Warburton’s last game in charge of QPR ended in a 1-0 win at Swansea City, as the curtain also came down on Rangers’ 2021/22 Sky Bet Championship campaign.

QPR Starting XI: Dieng, Adomah, Sanderson, Ball, Barbet, McCallum, Amos, Field, Thomas, Chair, Dykes.


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