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ENGLISH LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP

2016/2017 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
16 Ipswich 6 6 7 24
17 QPR 6 5 8 23
18 Brentford 6 4 9 22
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QPR back manager Hasselbaink

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Lee Frecklington back to boost Rotherham

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Rotherham will have skipper Lee Frecklington back for the home game against QPR as they aim to end a 14-game winless run.

Frecklington has missed the last three matches with a groin injury but will feature for Paul Warne's Millers, who have not won since August.

Peter Odemwingie sits out the second game a three-match ban while goalkeeper Lee Camp (knee) and defender Kelvin Wilson (leg) will be assessed.

Aimen Belaid will "play a part" having not featured since January, but Scott Allan is back at Celtic...

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Wolves hold off 10-man QPR to give Paul Lambert first win in charge

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Paul Lambert secured his first win as Wolves manager with a 2-1 victory over QPR in the Sky Bet Championship at Loftus Road on Thursday.

The former Norwich boss took over the post on Nov. 5 following Walter Zenga's departure and only managed a draw and a defeat from his opening two games, but this was a profitable trip to west London.

QPR were reduced to 10 men after 35 minutes when James Perch was shown his second yellow card of the game, and Wolves broke the deadlock on the hour mark through Dave...

Ipswich Town 3-0 Queens Park Rangers

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Ipswich eased to their biggest win of the season with a 3-0 victory coming thanks in part to a hapless error by QPR keeper Alex Smithies.

The Suffolk side had gone in at half-time a goal ahead after Grant Ward's scuffed shot found the corner before Smithies made a mess of heading clear a long through ball, allowing Luke Varney to tap into an unguarded net.

The seal on a fantastic second half was sealed by Tom Lawrence who found the bottom of corner in a match that could have easily seen more goals...

Happy return for Ian Holloway as QPR beat struggling Norwich

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Conor Washington and Sebastian Polter scored as QPR began Ian Holloway's second spell as manager with a 2-1 victory against 10-man Norwich.

Tjaronn Chery missed a penalty after Norwich's Martin Olsson was sent off in the second minute at Loftus Road, but it did not prove costly.

Washington netted after 21 minutes - only his second league goal for the R's - and Polter scored six minutes later after Chery atoned by setting up the German with a glorious pass. Steven Naismith reduced the deficit with 13...

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QPR appoint Marc Bircham as first-team coach

Marc Bircham, right, will rejoin Ian Holloway at QPR.

Former QPR player Marc Bircham has been appointed first team coach of the Championship side.

Bircham joins manger Ian Holloway, who was announced as the new manager of Rangers on Nov. 11, after the pair were on the touchline together during their time at Millwall between 2014 and 2015.

The 38-year-old Bircham has spent the last 22 months in the U.S., first with the Chicago Fire in MLS before joining the USL's Arizona United.

Speaking to the official QPR website, he said: "It really is a dream come...