Brentford v QPR (Friday - live on Sky Sports)

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Massive game, huge rivals (depending on your age, either more or less so than Fulham) - potentially the biggest game of our season. First time we'll have had them down our place in a few years, and with our recent upturn in form, perhaps we stand a good chance of a good result (though arguably we got 3 wins against 3 teams in terrible form...)

Hopefully the game is as cracking as the derbies against Fulham last year - they were both something special.

I think a 2-1 win, coming from behind in the second half. We'll also be unchanged from the last 2 games, with Macleod coming onto the bench.

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Yennaris - Dean - Tarkowski - Bidwell

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Swift - McCormack - Woods - Judge

Djuricin​
 

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It is on Sky. It is a Friday night It is a London derby. Last time this happened, we got stuffed 4-0 by Fulham.

I think our team is fitter now, I believe Sandro and Fer are back fit, and so is Austin. Clint Hill has been our savior again. With him at CB in the last 2 games, we have conceded 1 shot on target. Before that, we were conceding 2 goals a game on average.

I will go with my heart and go for a 3-0 QPR
 

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It is on Sky. It is a Friday night It is a London derby. Last time this happened, we got stuffed 4-0 by Fulham.

I think our team is fitter now, I believe Sandro and Fer are back fit, and so is Austin. Clint Hill has been our savior again. With him at CB in the last 2 games, we have conceded 1 shot on target. Before that, we were conceding 2 goals a game on average.

I will go with my heart and go for a 3-0 QPR
already a thread mate, merged
 

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Massive game, huge rivals (depending on your age, either more or less so than Fulham) - potentially the biggest game of our season. First time we'll have had them down our place in a few years, and with our recent upturn in form, perhaps we stand a good chance of a good result (though arguably we got 3 wins against 3 teams in terrible form...)

Hopefully the game is as cracking as the derbies against Fulham last year - they were both something special.

I think a 2-1 win, coming from behind in the second half. We'll also be unchanged from the last 2 games, with Macleod coming onto the bench.

Button​

Yennaris - Dean - Tarkowski - Bidwell

Diagouraga
Swift - McCormack - Woods - Judge

Djuricin​

Didnt realise there was already a thread, sorry.

Have you sold out yet? Last I heard there are still tickets available?
 

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Didnt realise there was already a thread, sorry.

Have you sold out yet? Last I heard there are still tickets available?
As far as I'm aware only restricted views are still available. But this should have sold out a long time ago.
 

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It is on Sky. It is a Friday night It is a London derby. Last time this happened, we got stuffed 4-0 by Fulham.

I think our team is fitter now, I believe Sandro and Fer are back fit, and so is Austin. Clint Hill has been our savior again. With him at CB in the last 2 games, we have conceded 1 shot on target. Before that, we were conceding 2 goals a game on average.

I will go with my heart and go for a 3-0 QPR
I fucking hate Clint Hill and the twat should be suspended for tonight.
 

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Properly up for this now. Hope we smash them. Payback for 67.
 

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3 points, beat west london rivals (again), 4th win in a row, 3rd clean sheet, up to 10th, above Fulham and QPR, 4 places away from the play offs and we have 1 more point than at the same stage last season! We're back in business - great night for the Bees!!

McEachran and Macleod almost back from injury too. Judge a shoe in for player of the month, has completely run our games, 3 goals and 4 assists. Hope his injury isn't too bad, would be a massive blow.

Roll on Hull on Tuesday.
 

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That was a brilliant night. Electric atmosphere and a well deserved win. We are on a bit of a roll now with 4 wins in a row. Lee Carsley has done a fantastically well so far.

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What a great goal by the way, brilliant pass down the line from Toumani that the commentators totally missed. Great strength from Djuricin to hold off the centre half to score too.
 

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Felt that was a bit of a strange game for some reason; not a lot of passing football played and very few chances for either side. QPR were very long ball, whilst we took 30 mins to get going... and as soon as we did get going they hit the hit the bar and the post!

Great bit of play from Toumani, Judge and Djuricin, but defensively we've improved so much since earlier in the season. Three clean sheets in a row seemed impossible a month ago. Very pleased for the players and staff with the turnaround making strides and we could feature in or around the play-offs if we carry on like this.
 

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Surprised Brentford have turned it round so well, very poor against us and suddenly you get 4 wins in a row, football for you.

Please give Ramsey one more match so we can get Revenge on Tuesday night.
 

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Surprised Brentford have turned it round so well, very poor against us and suddenly you get 4 wins in a row, football for you.

Please give Ramsey one more match so we can get Revenge on Tuesday night.
I think we've played 4 very bad teams, but the international break also gave Carsley a chance to change things around.

Don't think we'll keep it up, had a bit of luck and looked very solid at the back. I think we'll have a better idea of where we'll end up at the end of January, with a couple more players back in the team. We are relying very heavily on Judge at the moment for creativity, once Jota and McEachran are back and settled in the side I think we'll be more dangerous.
 

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