QPR come into this match looking to deliver three points for an expectant Loftus Road crowd. A win for the R’s would see them move level on points with 18th placed Burnley, and just one point from safety. It’s vital that the R’s start their push for survival now, before it’s too late, and they need to start with three points on Sunday.
The R’s will need a big performance from their ever-present shot stopper Rob Green if they are to come away with the points this weekend. The EA SPORTS Player Performance Index can reveal that he has made 105 saves so far this season at an average of 2.02 saves per goal conceded. He will hope that he can keep his first clean sheet in five matches to help further boost those ratios.
In the middle of the park, Leroy Fer has been in fine form, as demonstrated by the EA SPORTS Player Performance Index. He has won 53 tackles so far this season, 71.5% of his overall attempts, also racking up 21 clearances and 24 interceptions. On the ball he is equally adept, having completed a squad best 443 passes in the opposition half, and also completing a squad best 50 dribbles. He will be key to the R’s chances of getting a foothold in the midfield and will hope that he can deliver a typically astute performance.
Up top, the Hoops will hope that Charlie Austin will be firing on all cylinders. The EA SPORTS Player Performance Index reveals that his 15 goals this season have been a consequence of his accuracy on goal, having hit the target 43 times this term, 67.2% of his overall efforts on goal. He is 33/20 to score anytime with 888sport.com.