QPR v Dons

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My personal local derby as it'll take me about ten minutes to get there. Still don't know a decent away pub though.

Lotus Road is "poisonous" right now according to a Hoops work colleague. "Score first and you'll win". I can't believe they won't have too much for us though.

Cue us rolling over and having our tummies tickled as QPR romp to a comfortable 3:0 win.
 

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Is Mackie injure too? He was always good at snaffling opportunities gifted to him by defenders being dozy.

I'm sure they'll have someone in the wings equally capable of putting away our customary gift each half.
 

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Very poor from us. Created little apart from a gilt-edged chance for Church to make it 1-0 and two decent crosses that should have found someone on the end.

That Church miss joins a growing list of chances he's spurned at 0-0 (Reading, Boro, and I'm sure there's a couple more) that could have made the table look very different for us right now. As poor as we were yesterday, QPR were starting to get really edgy and had offered very little themselves until JET turned McFaz inside out.

The big concern is that physically we look to easy to defend against and every goal is having to be about moving it quickly and being clever around the box. Something we are good at, but too many teams are just able to smother us and keep a clean sheet. Add that to a defence that's still coming to terms with the fact that you can't afford even one mistake per game then we're going to have to learn quickly.
 

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