please log in to view this image QPR vs Reading Tuesday 22nd October - 7.45pm Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium please log in to view this image (Thanks to the BBC) Previous Meetings; Games won: 31 Games drawn: 23 Games lost: 40 Ones to remember; 26 Feb 1938 Queens Park Rangers v Reading W 3-0 Division Three (South) 17 Mar 1958 Queens Park Rangers v Reading W 3-0 Division Three (South) 03 Oct 1960 Queens Park Rangers v Reading W 5-2 League Division Three 20 Oct 2009 Queens Park Rangers v Reading W 4-1 League Championship Ones to forget; 31 Mar 1934 Reading v Queens Park Rangers L 5-0 Division Three (South) 25 Jan 1958 Reading v Queens Park Rangers L 3-0 Division Three (South) 21 Aug 1961 Queens Park Rangers v Reading L 3-6 League Division Three 23 Sep 1964 Reading v Queens Park Rangers L 4-0 League Cup Players who have played for both; Les Ferdinand 1987–1995 Queens Park Rangers 163 (80) 2005 Reading 12 (1) Steve Morrow 1991 → Reading (loan from Arsenal) 3 (0) 1997 → Queens Park Rangers (loan from Arsenal) 1 (1) 1997–2001 Queens Park Rangers 91 (1) Jamie Cuerton 2000–2003 Reading 108 (50) 2004–2005 Queens Park Rangers 43 (6) Mikele Leigertwood 2007–2011Queens Park Rangers 131 (12) 2010–2011 → Reading (loan) 22 (1) 2011–2014Reading 75 (6) Jamie Mackie 2010–2013 Queens Park Rangers 85 (18) 2014–2015 → Reading (loan) 32 (5) 2015–2018 Queens Park Rangers 54 (6) Kaspars Gorkss 2008–2011Queens Park Rangers 114 (6) 2011–2014Reading 81 (7) Alex Mcarthy 2007–2014 Reading 70 (0) 2014–2015 Queens Park Rangers 3 (0) Match Preview; After a wonderful win at Hull on Saturday, we go into Tuesday night only 3 points from the top, in 5th. Reading managed at 98th minute winner against Preston which moves them to 20th, 2 points out of the relegation zone. Meite is their top scorer, with 4 goals...compared to our top scorer, Wells who has 7...Hugill and Eze now have 6 each too. From the official; 'QPR made it six wins from their last eight Sky Bet Championship matches by beating Hull City on Saturday and Mark Warburton’s men will be determined to continue that good form on Tuesday night (7.45pm kick-off). Reading provide Rangers with their next test, as they make the relatively short journey to W12 from Berkshire. They will arrive in west London on the back of an important victory themselves. New boss Mark Bowen won his first match in charge at the weekend, with Matt Miazga’s 98th minute strike earning them a single-goal victory over Preston North End. The Royals will have to be at it again to try and contain Warburton’s in-form R’s. QPR have scored seven goals in their last two matches, picking up maximum points. Likewise, Warburton knows that his side will have to be at their best to record another victory, meaning that Tuesday’s game is set to be an exciting one in front of the Sky Sports cameras. Ticket news QPR fans will be able to purchase tickets for Tuesday’s game in person from Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium right up until kick-off. Tickets will be available online until three hours before kick-off. To purchase yours online, CLICK HERE.' Enjoy those who are making it to HQ, and if we can get a win, acetazolamide is the one you'll need...COME ON YOU SUPER HOOPSA!!!