Stadium Loftus Road
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QPR are managed by Ian Holloway who replaced the sacked Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink on 11th November 2016, returning to the club he previously managed between 2001 and 2006.
JFH signed a rolling contract with the Championship club in December (2015). The Dutchman left his position at Burton Albion in order to replace the sacked Chris Ramsey in the Hoops dugout. JFH enjoyed a stunning year in charge of the Brewers, and now he'll be bidding to sprinkle some of the stardust at QPR.
QPR have dipped in and out of the Premier League, winning promotion on two occasions, suffering relegation after two seasons in 2013, only to then bounce back instantly, but then drop down once more. Under Hasslbaink the R's will now be looking to carve out promotion for the third time since 2011.
A losing record in a binary last 10 games has seen Queens Park Rangers endure a period of poorer form. Invaluable wins against Reading, Ipswich Town and Wolverhampton Wanderers has seen them keep their heads above water, but reversals against Blackburn Rovers, Brighton and Hove Albion, Aston Villa, Derby County, Rotherham United, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Ipswich Town has put them on the slide.
|21 Jan||Queens Park Rangers||15:00||Fulham|
|28 Jan||Queens Park Rangers||15:00||Wigan Athletic|
|01 Feb||Newcastle United||19:45||Queens Park Rangers|
|04 Feb||Blackburn Rovers||15:00||Queens Park Rangers|
|11 Feb||Queens Park Rangers||15:00||Huddersfield Town|
|14 Feb||Queens Park Rangers||19:45||Burton Albion|
|21 Jan||vs Fulham||15:00|
|28 Jan||vs Wigan Athletic||15:00|
|01 Feb||@ Newcastle United||19:45|
|04 Feb||@ Blackburn Rovers||15:00|
|11 Feb||vs Huddersfield Town||15:00|
|14 Feb||vs Burton Albion||19:45|