Saturday, March 1, 2014

QPR v Leeds United: live stream guide and Championship preview

Posted by 1st March 2014, 10:03am

Queens Park Rangers take on Leeds United in a crucial Sky Bet Championship clash. Find out how you can watch a live stream of the game from Loftus Road here.

Where: Loftus Road, London

When: 12:15 GMT

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Leeds United travel to Loftus Road to face Queens Park Rangers in an intriguing Sky Bet Championship battle, with both sides in middling form.

The hosts have lost their last three league games, and having led the division for much of the season, have dropped to fourth place in the table - seven points adrift from the automatic promotion spots.

QPR are missing star midfielder Joey Barton through suspension, as well as Alejandro Faurlin and Danny Simpson, while Charlie Austin and Matty Phillips' absences will see them miss approximately two months - which could prove damaging to their promotion hopes in the remainder of the campaign.

The loan signing of Ravel Morrison from West Ham United could prove a masterstroke from Harry Redknapp, but Leeds United have had a few tricks up their sleeves themselves.

Brian McDermott has brought Stoke City goalkeeper Jack Butland and Connor Wickham of Sunderland to Elland Road on loan, and both promising Englishmen will be hopeful of making starts here.

Tom Lees may return to the heart of the Leeds defence, while Alex Mowatt will be hopeful of gaining a place. El Hadji Diouf did not travel to west London.

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