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QPR v Wigan Could it get any worse than a 7-1 defeat?

After a 7-1 away defeat at The Hawthorns against West Bromwich Albion and sitting firmly at the bottom of the league it could not get worse!. Two loan strikers, a clean sheet and a 1 nil win against a Wigan side that dominated possession and had more shots, and more shots on target than QPR. It was not pretty and QPR were still in the relegation zone after the match but it was a vital 3 points.

QPR goalkeeper Matt Ingram let in 7 goals against WBA. He was spared the misery in this game and sat on the bench
QPR players warming up before the match
QPR Number 10- Ebere Eze
QPR players warming up
QPR players warming up
QPR players warming up
QPR players warm up before the match
QPR players warming up before the match
QPR captain Toni Leistner
The match is about to start
QPR Josh Scowen in a tackle
QPR's Scowen and Freeman chase the ball
QPR loan striker Nakhi Wells
QPR's Conor Washington making his last league home appearance before leaving QPR for Sheffield United.
QPR loan defender Rangel Angel
QPR loan striker Nakhi Wells
QPR loan striker Nakhi Wells chasing for the ball
QPR loan striker Nakhi Wells goes up for the ball
QPR's Luke Freeman chases back
QPR's No 10 - Ebere Eze
Ebere Eze keeps Wigan Athletic under pressure
QPR Loan Defender Rangel Angel
QPR Star Player Ebere Eze receiving instructions from the manager, Steve McLaren

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Philip Pound www.philippound.co.uk

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