Match Day Thread QPR vs Bournemouth

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  1. daverangers

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    QPR vs Bournemouth
    The Championship
    Saturday 20th February 2021- 15h00
    The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium

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    Previous meetings vs Bournemouth;
    Games won: 33
    Games drawn: 15
    Games lost: 27

    Ones to remember;

    02 May 1931 Queens Park Rangers v Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic W 3-0 Division Three (South)
    25 Sep 1946 Queens Park Rangers v Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic W 3-0 Division Three (South)
    19 Oct 1957 Queens Park Rangers v Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic W 3-0 Division Three (South)
    21 May 1966 Queens Park Rangers v Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic W 5-0 League Division Three
    07 Mar 1967 Queens Park Rangers v Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic W 4-0 League Division Three
    03 Dec 2013 Queens Park Rangers v AFC Bournemouth W 3-0 League Championship

    Ones to forget;
    05 Apr 1926 Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic v Queens Park Rangers L 4-1 Division Three (South)
    02 Oct 1926 Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic v Queens Park Rangers L 6-2 Division Three (South)
    05 Sep 1931 Queens Park Rangers v Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic L 0-3 Division Three (South)
    16 Jan 1932 Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic v Queens Park Rangers D 2-2 Division Three (South)
    18 Jan 1933 Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic v Queens Park Rangers L 3-0 Division Three (South)
    01 Mar 1958 Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic v Queens Park Rangers L 4-1 Division Three (South)
    17 Jan 1959 Queens Park Rangers v Bournemouth and Boscombe Athletic L 0-4 League Division Three

    Players who have played for both;
    Noel Brian Bedford;

    1956–1959 Bournemouth 75 (32)
    1959–1965 Queens Park Rangers 258 (161)

    Wayne Fereday;

    1980–1989 Queens Park Rangers 246 (21)
    1990–1991 A.F.C. Bournemouth 23 (0)

    Christer Warren;
    1997–2000 Bournemouth 103 (13)
    2000–2002 Queens Park Rangers 36 (0)

    Lee Camp;

    2004 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 12 (0)
    2007 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 11 (0)
    2007–2009 Queens Park Rangers 50 (0)
    2013–2014 → AFC Bournemouth (loan) 11 (0)
    2014–2015 AFC Bournemouth 31 (0)

    Charlie Austin;

    2009 - Pre-season trial will A.F.C Bournemouth who couldn't sign him as they had a transfer embargo at the time.
    2013–2016 Queens Park Rangers 89 (48)
    2021– → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 6 (3)

    Marc Pugh;

    2010–2019 AFC Bournemouth 274 (45)
    2019–2020 Queens Park Rangers 27 (2)

    Match Preview;
    Busy week so no time until now, and shattered, so I'll direct you to a very good preview on the official site;

    https://www.qpr.co.uk/news/features/all-eyes-on-bournemouth-190221/
     
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  2. kiwiqpr

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    I thought Charlie had scored 51
     
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  3. daverangers

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    Yep...cheers...different sources gave different stats...so I have just gone by the official site's stats.
     
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  4. sb_73

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    Cheers Dave.

    On our current form this one’s a cinch.

    Bournemouth to win 2-0.
     
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  5. West WindsR

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    Christer Warren.

    **** player. **** name.
     
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  6. stick

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    Right gents, no nonsense talk of taking a point and being happy. We are the form team in the division and we should be looking to keep this current run going. Bournemouth are really under achieving and most of the time look like a side that are going through the motions and think they are too good for this league. Very similar in that respect to Watford. Lets get at them, win and close the gap at the top and widen the gap from the drop.
     
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  7. daverangers

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    Impressive as usual.
     
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    West WindsR Well-Known Member

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    Apologies to any Christers on the board.
     
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    Woodgate has turned it around though. On paper they are a better, quicker, stronger team than we are and both sides are on form. Delighted we’ve got a bit of a buffer now but a point against Bournemouth still represents a good result. But we can go into it confident and play for the win and see how we go.
     
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    Forgot about Lee Camp too who is always an answer.
     
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  11. SW Ranger

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    Bournemouth are on the start of a good run over the last 3 matches so we will have a game on our hands.
    Not a time to think we’re invincible - a game we could win but we will need to graft hard for it.
     
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  12. stick

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    This run of Bournemouth’s consist of a pretty lucky 1-0 home win over Rotherham, a 0-0 draw with perennial under achievers Forest and a 3-2 scrappy win over Birmingham who are possibly the worst team in the league or vey close. It’s not like they have beaten Brentford, Blackburn and Watford is it......
     
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    This....<applause>
     
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    I'd take a point now :emoticon-0100-smile (4 points out of 6 against Brentford and Bournemouth would be just dandy).
     
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  15. Totallyqpr

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    MASSIVE game this! A win would put us ten points off the play-offs with two games in hand. A few more wins after this one and we will be fancying another Wembley jolly-up.
     
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  16. bunmahon_ranger

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    Steady there :cheesy:
     
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  17. QPRski

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    This is a really crazy and emotive league.

    Only a few weeks ago the knives were out to sack MW as were about to be relegated. Only a few weeks later, and there we might be upset with a message board melt-down that we messed up the chase for the play-offs.

    My take aways are :
    - we need to control our expectations
    - I am VERY pleased that we kept Mark Warburton.

    Let's hope we get another 3 points tomorrow! COYR's! :)
     
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  18. QPRski

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    I guess that we will play the same team?

    However the questions is, which one:
    - the starting eleven?
    - or the 2nd half eleven?
    - or possibly, the same tactics and same substitutions?

    Not an easy choice.
     
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  19. Totallyqpr

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    I am not expecting us to nick 6th place, but it is a possibility, especial if we can get the win tomorrow.
     
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  20. Totallyqpr

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    I can see Willock and Field starting tomorrow. Two games a week must entail some sort of rotation.
     
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