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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Next: Ipswich (Away)

With Gareth Ainsworth presumably still in charge, QPR next play Ipswich in what on paper at least, is a winnable game for QPR.

- Ipswich are currently 13th with 18 points from 14 games with a home record of 2 wins, 3 draws, 2 defeats. (QPR are 7th with 22 points from 14 games, with an away record of 1 win, 3 draws and 2 defeats. League Table -- - Ipswich 2008-09 Results

- Ipswich in Stats: - Complete Ipswich statistics for the season

Ipswich First team squad:Ipswich First Team Squad

Last Time two clubs met
-Head to Head: Pretty even, with Ipswich marginally ahead.Head-to-Head Results: Ipswich will always have a special place in QPR history for the fact that the two teams were promoted together (Ipswich as Champions) back in 1967/68. And for the fact that Ipswich were the very first team (and one of only four teams in total) who QPR beat in their 1968/69 disastrous season in Division One.

Last season: both games were drawn. QPR drew 1-1 at home last October(near the end of the Harford era); and then near the end of the season drew 0-0 at Ipswich (with QPR lucky with a handball.
The two teams'last meeting was at Ipswich, in March 2008 - The two teams:
Ipswich Town: Bywater, De Vos, Bruce, Garvan, Williams (Roberts 77), Lee, Castro, Haynes, Simpson, Quinn, Sumulikoski.Subs: Colgan, Wright, Trotter, Rhodes.

QPR: Camp, Mahon, Stewart, Mancienne, Blackstock, Connolly, Agyemang, Ephraim (Balanta 92), Vine (Lee 65), Hall, Leigertwood (Rowlands 57). Subs: Barker, Pickens.

Ipswich 0 QPR 0 - Match Reports and Comments --- Additional reports and comments

Past players in Common:
- Alan Brazil, Frank Clarke, Colin Clarke, John O'Rourke (almost Colin Viljoen)..Santos.

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