please log in to view this image Brentford vs QPR Griffin Park Saturday 11th January 2020 - 12.30pm please log in to view this image Previous Meetings v Brentford Games won: 23 Games drawn: 24 Games lost: 28 Ones to remember; 21 Jan 1928 Brentford v Queens Park Rangers W 0-3 Division Three (South) 05 Mar 1949 Brentford v Queens Park Rangers W 0-3 League Division Two 19 Aug 1961 Queens Park Rangers v Brentford W 3-0 League Division Three 16 Dec 1961 Brentford v Queens Park Rangers W 1-4 League Division Three 12 Mar 2016 Queens Park Rangers v Brentford W 3-0 League Championship Ones to forget; 22 Oct 1921 Brentford v Queens Park Rangers L 5-1 Division Three (South) 11 Sep 1926 Brentford v Queens Park Rangers L 4-2 Division Three (South) 21 Apr 1930 Brentford v Queens Park Rangers L 3-0 Division Three (South) 01 Nov 1930 Brentford v Queens Park Rangers L 5-3 Division Three (South) 20 Feb 1965 Brentford v Queens Park Rangers L 5-2 League Division Three 21 Aug 1965 Brentford v Queens Park Rangers L 6-1 League Division Three 22 Aug 2017 Queens Park Rangers v Brentford L 1-4 League Cup 02 Mar 2019 Brentford v Queens Park Rangers L 3-0 League Championship Players who have played for both; Jim Towers; 1954–1961 Brentford 262 (153) 1961–1962 Queens Park Rangers 27 (15) George Francis; 1955–1961 Brentford 228 (110) 1961 Queens Park Rangers 2 (1) 1961–1962 Brentford 32 (14) Stan Bowles; 1972–1979 Queens Park Rangers 315 (97) 1981–1983 Brentford 73 (16) 1983–1984 Brentford 8 (0) Andy Sinton; 1985–1989 Brentford 149 (28) 1989–1993 Queens Park Rangers 161 (22) Marcus Bean; 2002–2006 Queens Park Rangers 67 (2) 2008–2012 Brentford 144 (14) Martin Rowlands; 1998–2003 Brentford 152 (20) 2003–2012 Queens Park Rangers 198 (33) Jake Bidwell; 2011–2012 → Brentford (loan) 24 (0) 2012–2013 → Brentford (loan) 40 (0) 2013–2016 Brentford 126 (3) 2016–2019 Queens Park Rangers 122 (2) Yoann Barnett; 2015–2019 Brentford 108 (6) 2019– Queens Park Rangers 2 (0) Match Preview; So we go to Brentford while they sit in 3rd place, 9 points behind the runaway top two, with 3 wins a draw and a loss in their last 5. A loss and they could fall to 6th, even 7th with a 19 goal swing. Ollie Watkins is clearly their main threat with 17 league goals so far this season, and has been quoted in the media this week dismissing a possible move away from the Bees in January. We go into this having scored 11 in our last two games, and Saturday will be a stern test for our attacking force, as Brentford currently have the best defense in the Championship having only let in 20 goals so far this year. Interesting one this, because I must confess that I grew up always regarding Brentford as the local smaller team, as for a number of years they were at least a division below us, but historically they have the better of us in the stats. They are also heading to a brand new stadium before long, while we are still squabbling over what/where/how big a new stadium would be. Gotta hand it to them, they are doing well. Which would sort of make it even sweeter if we could go there and get a result...it is live on Sky though . Team news QPR: Yoann Barbet (hamstring), Charlie Owens (knee), Toni Leistner (doubt). Brentford: Sergi Canos (knee), Nikos Karelis (knee). Pre-match words QPR manager Mark Warburton: “I’m expecting a very good footballing test. Brentford have been great at home and they have a very strong defensive record. They’ve conceded very few goals; they move the ball really well; they have good individual talents and collectively they are very strong. We know that we face another tough challenge but we have scored 11 goals in two games and we go into it full of confidence.” Brentford manager Thomas Frank: “First and foremost, I'm looking forward to seeing Mark Warburton and his staff. We need to respect and understand the big impact he had here at Brentford. All of us are standing on the shoulders of others and he is the top foundation. He was part of creating that identity we have now.” Enjoy those who are going and...COME ON YOU SUPER HOOPSA!!!