QPR looking for turnaround

QPR are looking for a turnaround in fortunes after a run of eight games without a win going into today's clash at Carrow Road.

QPR are looking for a turnaround in fortunes after a run of eight games without a win going into today's clash at Carrow Road.

The club are going through a transition period since Ian Holloway was placed on gardening leave after admitting he was interested in the then-vacant manager's position at Leicester City.

Rangers haven't won since they impressively beat Sheffield United 3-2 at Bramall Lane back in February. They have drawn five and lost three since then and are currently 18th in the table with 50 points to their name.

Caretaker boss Gary Waddock is set to name a fixture of youth and experience this afternoon, with familiar names like keeper Paul Jones, midfielder Gareth Ainsworth and striker Paul Furlong likely to be joined by a number of players who are unlikely to recognised by the Norwich faithful, Polish defender Marcin Kus and teenage midfielder Stefan Bailey to mention just two.


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