QPR vs Blackburn
Sky Bet Chboat
3:00pm Saturday October

Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
(Att: 13560)

QPR returned to winning ways in emphatic fashion, beating Blackburn 4-2 in the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Nahki Wells goal of the season put them ahead after half an hour and Ebere Eze doubled their lead .
Bradley Dack penalty gave blackburn hope but Bright Osayi-Samuel restored Rangers two-goal benefit three minutes after.
Substitute Jordan Hugill secured by going dwelling Ryan Mannings cross with 13 minutes remaining a Rangers triumph. Adam Armstrong netted a late consolation for Rovers, who were well beaten.
It was before which the Rs had won their previous four Sky Bet Championship matches, the answer boss Mark Warburton wanted after back-to-back beats.
QPRs focus on keeping ownership – and – moving the ball sideways or backward in order to achieve this if necessary – contributed to an uneventful start one of the home enthusiasts to a few tetchiness and the game.
But Rangers patience was rewarded when a move constructed in their own half.
The pass of Ilias Chair accumulated and sent in a left-wing cross which Osayi-Samuel climbed above Amarii Bell to head back into Wells, who volleyed from near the edge of the six-yard box.
Bell had been brought on to replace with what appeared like a knee injury, Rovers defender Greg Cunningham, who was taken off.
Another slick Rangers movement led to their next goal, scored four minutes.
Manning traded passes before discharging Eze, who skipped through Derrick Williams struggle and slotted past keeper Christian Walton.
The unwanted of warburton may be good to see going forward and have youthful exuberance, but they have been filled with lapses at the back this season – they are to maintain a fresh sheet – and their shortcomings have been evident again.
A couple of minutes later jelqing had a goal disallowed for offside after Lewis Holtbys low cross had been touched in by Williams , Yoann Barbet brought down Dack, who tucked off the resulting free-kick.
But Rangers hit through Osayi-Samuel, as Warburton was about to shoot off him. Josh Scowen pulled down the ball from the right and Osayi-Samuel before applying the finish turned away from Darragh Lenihan.
Hugill missed a chance the West Ham strikers sixth objective of the campaign.
Armstrong pulled one back after being installed from Elliott Bennett cross with four minutes remaining but it was too little too late.

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