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Fulham vs Queens Park Rangers, Premier League Gameweek 31: Open Thread

craven cottage Fulham vs Queens Park Rangers, Premier League Gameweek 31: Open Thread

Stadium: Craven Cottage
Kick-off time: 3pm ET/8pm UK time
US TV: Live on ESPN Deportes and ESPN3.com
UK TV: Live on Sky Sports 1
Radio: Live on Talksport.com

Fulham starting XI: Schwarzer; Riether, Senderos, Hangeland (c), Riise; Dejagah, Sidwell, Karagounis, Duff; Ruiz, Berbatov

QPR starting XI: Cesar; Bosingwa, Samba, Hill, Traore; Townsend, Jenas, Mbia, Taarabt; Remy, Zamora

With eight matches to go in the Premier League this season, Queens Park Rangers will desperately need to get all three points today to have any hope of staying in the league next season. The gap between Harry Redknapp’s side and safety has widened to 7 points with Wigan and Southampton getting vital wins at the weekend. A loss today for the R’s and it’ll be a huge blow to their confidence.

Fulham, meanwhile, will want a win to guarantee safety in the Premier League. Sitting in tenth position in the league, the Cottagers are still just six points above the relegation zone.

Follow along with the conversations about the match in the comments section below.


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