Foot Predictions shows Saturday’s championship clash between Rotherham United and Queens Park Rangers, including predictions, preview and possible lineups.
Two of the teams in the shape of the bottom half of the Championship meet on Saturday afternoon as Rotherham United host Queens Park Rangers.
Both clubs have four wins in their last seven league games, helping them to move away from the danger of relegation.
Rotherham in 20th is still just one point above the three worst, but that is certainly a position that Paul Warne it would take too long at the end of the campaign considering that the club’s last two seasons in the Championship ended in relegation.
Only Brentford scored more points in the Championship in 2021 than the Millers, whose 2-1 loss to Cardiff City on Tuesday night was just the second league loss of the calendar year.
Joe BennettWarne’s winning goal came in the 85th minute and Warne admitted that he found it difficult for his team not to have come out of the game.
Rotherham have won four of their 14 games at New York Stadium this season, while only Birmingham City have conceded more goals at home in the league than the South Yorkshire team.
QPR – who won 3-2 in the reverse game at Loftus Road – have a three-game winning streak away from home and are unbeaten in a total of six games on their travels.
Yoann BarbetThe second-half goal ensured a 1-0 victory over Blackburn Rovers last weekend. Mark WarburtonThe team’s team is five points ahead of the bottom three in 16th place – their best place since late November.
Now, they seek to achieve three consecutive league wins for the first time since September 2019.
QPR will face two of the top six in the next week – Bournemouth and Brentford, rivals in West London – so it is looking forward to continuing to gain momentum by going through these complicated tests.
Form of the Rotherham United Championship: DWLWWL
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Queens Park Rangers form (all competitions): LWWLWW
All news from the teams
Paul Warne revealed that Jamie LindsayThe hamstring injury is worse than feared and the midfielder will be out for about two months.
Jamal Blackman is available for selection again after a period of self-isolation, but it is likely that Viktor Johansson will continue in the goal.
Kieran Sadlier is close to a comeback after three months away due to an ankle injury, but Warne admitted that the winger is still a long way from starting a game.
Lyndon Dykes has been withdrawn after a blow to the head at the end of the QPR victory over Blackburn and is in doubt for the trip to the New York Stadium.
Macauley Bonne it would be the obvious option to replace Dykes in advance, a move that would send Mark Warburton back to the starting XI that defeated Watford.
January loan contracts Jordy de Wijs and Sam Field are not yet fit enough to get involved.
Possible initial line-up for Rotherham United:
Johansson; Ihiekwe, A. MacDonald, Robertson; Harding, Wing, Barlaser, Wiles, Giles; Crooks, Smith
Possible initial lineup for Queens Park Rangers:
Dieng; Dickie, Cameron, Barbet; Kane, Ball, Johansen, Wallace; Chair; Bonne, Austin
Probability: Rotherham United 2-2 Queens Park Rangers
Each side will imagine their chances in this game, given their recent good form, and it can be a fun encounter, as both teams recently found their boots. We cannot separate them, so we are predicting a draw.
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