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  2. Match Report

    Queens Park Rangers dazzled under the bright lights of Loftus Road tonight with a comprehensive victory over a Reading team lacking any confidence whatsoever. Rangers’ fluidity in possession and superior cutting edge dismantled an already unbalanced Reading with ease. It is obvious why Reading are languishing in the bottom half of the league, a side lacking pace, flair and direction...exactly all the components Jim Magilton has instilled into Rangers who are playing their best football in recent ...
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  3. Reading Report

    Tuesday 20th October 2009
    The Coca Cola Championship
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Referee: Andy Hall
    Attendance: 11,900
    Queens Park Rangers 4-1 Reading
    By The Godfather


    Queens Park Rangers starting line-up: Cerny, Ramage, Stewart, Routledge, Buzsaky, Gorkss, Watson, Faurlin, Simpson, Borrowdale, Taraabt.

    Reading starting line-up: Federici, Cisse, Mills, Gunnarsson, Tabb, Long, McAnuff, Kebe, Ingimarsson, Church, O’Dea.


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  4. Points Per Game

    Over the past 10 seasons the average points per game needed to finish in the top 6 is 1.608 (which equates to 74 points over a 46 match season) Below are two columns the left being the number of matches times by 1.608 and the left column is the points that Preston had accumulated on a match per match basis last season when they finished 6th.

    As you'll see that we should be on 18 after 11 games and currently we are on 17 but after 12 matches we should be on only 19 so a win tonight ...

    Updated 20-10-2009 at 05:00 PM by sirpiechucker

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  5. Preview of Reading match

    Tuesday 20th October 2009
    The Coca Cola Championship
    Loftus Road Stadium
    Referee: Andy Hall
    Kick-off: 20:00
    Queens Park Rangers (10th) V Reading (21st)
    By The Godfather


    Saturday afternoon’s match report was a pleasure to write. In short, Queens Park Rangers were outstanding. Preston North End were unable to cope with the pace and skill of Buzsaky, Taraabt and Routledge. Each of the four goals was brilliantly worked, but the Moroccan loanee’s ...