QPR vs Derby County, Championship Playoff Final: Open Thread

Make sure you don’t miss one of the biggest games of the year in the soccer calendar. The game will be shown live on US television and Internet. And here are the details of where to find QPR against Derby County on US television and Internet:

QPR vs Derby
Saturday, May 24, 2014
Game coverage begins at 10am ET

Starting line-ups:

QPR: Green; Simpson, Dunne, Hill, Onuoha; O’Neil, Kranjcar, Barton, Hoilett; Austin, Doyle

Derby: Grant, Wisdom, Buxton, Keogh (C), Forsyth, Thorne, Hughes, Hendrick, Russell, Ward, Martin

Subs: Legzdins, Bryson, Sammon, Bamford, Whitbread, Dawkins, Eustace

TV listings:
Watch Derby vs QPR on beIN SPORTSbeIN SPORTS Espanol and DishWorld

Programming note: For viewers in the United States, today’s Championship Playoff Final is being shown exclusively on beIN SPORT, beIN SPORT Espanol and DishWorld. Even if you don’t have a TV subscription to beIN SPORT, you can access those channels via online streaming service DishWorld for $10/month. Read our review of DishWorld. And sign up for DishWorld via their website.

Watch QPR vs Derby County via DishWorld on your computer, smartphone or tablet via DishWorld

If you’ve never used DishWorld before, here’s a quick demo of how it works:

And here’s an interview with DishWorld where they answer many of the questions regarding the legal streaming service.

Join us in the comments section below to share your observations, rants and raves about today’s match. Will it be the Rams or the R’s promoted to the Premier League today?

28 thoughts on “QPR vs Derby County, Championship Playoff Final: Open Thread”

  1. beinsport Spanish is on SD and the picture is abysmal so gave up. Wish Comcast would give it us in English and in HD … been so long.

  2. Lovely HD pic w/ English commentary on beIN withTime Warner. Not sure I want them hooking up with Comcast.

    Since jtm is going with the mega bucks team, I’ll say come on you Rams! 😉

    1. Guy
      No Forest fan in good standing would ever pull for the Sheep.I would pull for the starting XI from Hades! :)

  3. No clear cut chances for either team in the first half. Hughes should have had a penalty for Derby when Dunne tripped him. Let’s hope the second half is better.

  4. Pretty uneventful game so far except for penalty call and red card. But it’s a shame that the crowd noise has been turned down so much. I’m sure the atmosphere at the ground is better than what we’re hearing via our TV sets/DishWorld.

  5. What a cruel game it can be sometimes. QPR did not deserve to win. Oh well, we’ll be seeing QPR in the EPL next season.

      1. Yep. He’s been great. Don’t think the Saints will be sorry to see Saracens get knocked around a bit today. 😉

          1. haha. That’s how I got hooked. Watched, read, watched some more. A great sport with unbelievably rugged players. Soccer’s my #1, but I enjoy rugby union and will watch rugby league too.

    1. it was a great effort to get it in front of goal as well. He was being closed off by 2 players, on the byline, and still got it in front

  6. Lovely, the obnoxious overrated spendthrift is back, along with his muppet of a chairman who will no doubt spunk millions on this World Cup’s Diao and Diouf. They’d do well to show some humility given their last spell in the top flight

  7. Well, Fox is nothing if not consistent. At the end of the Heineken Cup the on field reporter corralled the great and retiring Jonny Wilkinson and just as he started the interview Fox broke to ads….and never came back.

    Why would I expect anything else?

  8. The biggest single prize money game of the season in the world.
    Worth over £60million to the winner, to get into the EPL.
    Well done QPR

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