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November 26 2020 9.29pm

Palace v QPR

Selhurst Park, Saturday 12.45pm

Glenn Murray

Glenn Murray

Team news

Palace's on-loan Arsenal forward Yaya Sanogo returns to the squad after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Striker Glenn Murray is back after his suspension, but skipper Mile Jedinak is still banned. Striking duo Frazier Campbell and Marouane Chamakh (hamstring) are both missing, along with midfielder Jordon Mutch (thigh).

QPR defender Darnell Furlong (calf), midfielder Adel Taarabt (groin) and forward Eduardo Vargas (muscular problem) face late fitness tests.

Midfielder Joey Barton is suspended, while defender Richard Dunne and midfielders Fer and Alejandro Faurlin are still out with knee problems.

Palace (from): Speroni, Delaney, Kelly, Dann, Ward, McArthur, Gayle, Zaha, Ledley, Bolasie, Puncheon, Gray, Hennessey, N'Diaye, Souare, Hangeland, Boateng, Mariappa, Ameobi, Sanogo, Murray.

QPR (from): Green, McCarthy, Caulker, Furlong, Yun, Ferdinand, Onuoha, Isla, Hill, Traore, Taarabt, Kranjcar, Henry, Sandro, Phillips, Hoilett, Wright-Phillips, Vargas, Austin, Zamora, Zarate.

Quotes

Roy Hodgson

"I think it's an important game, probably more so for QPR than for ourselves because of where they are and those three at the bottom of the table really need a win to get back in touch again.

"It's a must-win game for them, but for us we need to make sure we pick up points and wins when we can and then we'll be OK. We have a cushion at the moment but that can be eroded very quickly so tomorrow we have to make sure we're on our mettle.

"I don't know if Glenn will start, we played very well at Southampton and Dwight Gayle has done terrifically since I've been here so it's a tough call on that one, we'll have to wait and see.

"This new pitch is good but it's not perfect, Premier League pitches don't normally get relaid during the season so it's unusal we've had to do it but we have and we've had good success on it as in the last few games we've played really well."

Chris Ramsey

"Alan is a very organised manager so it’s going to be hard to break them down. I would take the draw because an away point is always good, but we’re looking for the win.

"[The next three games] are very, very important. You don’t have to say much to the players, they understand where we’re at. Everybody understands that each game now is a cup final for us.

"Anybody who can’t consider themselves mathematically safe will always look over their shoulder. We’ve seen in recent years people who thought they were safe, weren’t safe. And people who thought they were doomed saved themselves towards the end of the season.

"We want as many people in the dogfight as possible to give ourselves a real fighting chance to stay in the league."


QPR - league stats

Position Played Won Drawn Lost Points
18th 28 6 4 18 22

Full league table


Last five results

Date Type Home Team Score Away Team  
28/12/2014 League QPR 0 - 0 Crystal Palace draw
12/03/2011 League QPR 2 - 1 Crystal Palace loss
02/10/2010 League Crystal Palace 1 - 2 QPR loss
10/04/2010 League Crystal Palace 0 - 2 QPR loss
03/11/2009 League QPR 1 - 1 Crystal Palace draw

All time results


Last meeting

QPR 0-0 Palace

Sunday December 28 2014

QPR: Green, Dunne, Caulker, Isla, Hill, Barton, Hoilett, Henry, Fer (Vargas, 65), Austin, Zamora (Phillips, 75)

Subs not used: Mutch, Ferdinand, Onuoha, McCarthy, Wright-Phillips

Bookings: Hill, Barton

Palace: Speroni, Ward, Mariappa, Delaney, Dann, Jedinak, McArthur, Ledley, Bolasie, Zaha (Campbell, 67), Puncheon

Subs not used: Bannan, Doyle, Thomas, Kelly, Hangeland, Hennessey

Bookings: Puncheon

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