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Sport: ‘Might be doomed’ – These QPR fans react to breaking team news for Stoke City clash

Mark Warburton delivers QPR stance on potential Macauley Bonne recall amid Ipswich Town loan spell

  Mark Warburton delivers QPR stance on potential Macauley Bonne recall amid Ipswich Town loan spell Queens Park Rangers manager Mark Warburton has revealed the club will recall Macauley Bonne from Ipswich Town if necessary, potentially setting himself on a collision course with the 26-year-old as he spoke to West London Sport. Bonne has been in fine form for Ipswich Town since his arrival at Portman Road in the summer, joining […]Bonne has been in fine form for Ipswich Town since his arrival at Portman Road in the summer, joining on a season-long loan deal as one of the Tractor Boys’ 19 summer signings, with Paul Cook looking to guide them back to the Championship at the third time of asking.

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QPR will be looking to strengthen their position in the Championship play-off places on Sunday afternoon, when they host Stoke City at The Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.

Mark Warburton’s side go into the fifth in the table, but will climb to third with victory here, which would be their fifth win in six league games.

For their part, Stoke will be looking to boost their own play-off hopes with a win here, and despite coming into this one in the wake of back to back defeats to Bristol City and Blackburn, they would move up to sixth with a win here.

QPR cast eye over potential attacking recruit

  QPR cast eye over potential attacking recruit QPR have taken Albion Rovers striker Kyle Doherty on trial, the Scottish League Two side’s manager Brian Reid has revealed. Doherty came through the youth ranks at St Mirren, but never made a senior appearance for the Scottish Premiership side. Since joining Albion Rovers back in 2019, the 20-year-old has gone on to score 11 […]Doherty came through the youth ranks at St Mirren, but never made a senior appearance for the Scottish Premiership side.

Perhaps with that in mind, Warburton has named a QPR starting XI that shows two changes from the one that claimed a dramatic late 2-1 win over Derby County last time out, as Osman Kakay and Sam Field replace Albert Adomah and Lee Wallace, who both miss out on the matchday squad completely.

That also means that Monday night’s matchwinner against Derby, Andre Gray, is once again forced to settle for a place on the bench.

Taking to Twitter to react to that team news, plenty of QPR fans were keen to give their thoughts on their side’s starting lineup for that game.

Here, we take a look at what some of those supporters had to say.

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Michael O’Neill opens up on current situation of Sam Surridge at Stoke City amid lack of involvement .
Stoke City manager Michael O’Neill has suggested that Sam Surridge has work to do before he will be fully ready to lead the line consistently for the Potters but he is pleased with his attitude. Surridge arrived at Stoke in the summer from Bournemouth for a reported fee of around £5.5 million. The forward started […]Surridge arrived at Stoke in the summer from Bournemouth for a reported fee of around £5.5 million. The forward started the campaign in good form for the Potters with him firing home four goals in his opening nine appearances for the club. However, since then his form has started to tail off and he has found himself largely out of the side in recent months.

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