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Queens Park Rangers vs Blackburn Rovers (1-2) - Match Review


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Blackburn Rovers made it 3 wins on the spin after an impressive performance against Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road.

Rovers got their goals firstly from Danny Graham who converted a penalty after a Rovers man was brought down.

Rovers made it two quickly into the 2nd half after Bradley Dack converted a Adam Armstrong cross into the back of the net.  Blackburn had a few decent opportunities to add to their tally however they could not be converted.

QPR made it a little nervy deep into the final stages as Matt Smith pulled on back for the hosts.

Queens Park Rangers: Lumley, Furlong, Freeman, Cousins (Wells, 51), Scowen, Manning, Hemed (Smith, 64), Osayi-Samuel, Luongo, Wszolek (Eze, 73), Lynch.

Unused substitutes: Ingram, Cameron, Walker, Tilt.

Goal: Smith, 90.

Booked: Luongo, 59, Osayi-Samuel, 82, Wells, 90.

Rovers: Leutwiler, Bennett (c), Lenihan, Williams, Bell, Evans (Rodwell, 64), Travis, Rothwell, Dack, Armstrong (Brereton, 85), Graham (Nuttall, 68).

Unused substitutes: Raya, Nyambe, Smallwood, Mulgrew.

Goals: Graham pen, 22, Dack, 47.

Booked: Dack, 31, Rodwell, 83, Leutwiler, 90.

Attendance: 13,632 (964 away).

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