Sitting 10th at the table, Queens Park Rangers have four points from their opening three games. They won one, drew one and lost the other.
Queens Park Rangers will be in for a tough challenge against Blackpool in the EFL Championship on Tuesday night. The upcoming match at Loftus Road will present QPR with an opportunity to register back-to-back home victories. On the other hand, goal-shy Blackpool will be keen to end their dry streak in front of goals on Tuesday. Both teams have registered just one win till now in this new campaign. Hence, they will be eager to put behind their inconsistent run of form to get their season back on track.
|Queens Park Rangers vs Blackpool||Key Details|
|Date||16 August, 2022|
|Kickoff time India||12:30 am (Wednesday)|
|Kickoff time England||8 pm (Tuesday)|
Sitting 10th at the table, Queens Park Rangers have four points from their opening three games. They won one, drew one and lost the other. In their last match, QPR impressively scored twice in the dying minutes to salvage a 2-2 draw at Sunderland. The late comeback will fill them with confidence ahead of their upcoming match. On the other hand, Blackpool are on a three-game goalless streak. They will hope to end the barren run against QPR on Tuesday. Blackpool are currently sitting 17th in the table with just three points from three games.
There are a few injury concerns both sides have to deal with ahead of their Tuesday night clash. Jake Clarke-Salter and Taylor Richards will be absent for Queens Park Rangers in the upcoming match due to their respective injuries. They will join injured goalkeeper Jordan Archer, who has been on the sidelines for a long while. Meanwhile, Blackpool will have the bulk of absentees for this clash. Luke Garbutt and Keshi Anderson missing the game will be a big blow for them. They will also miss the services of Jake Beesley, Kevin Stewart and Richard Keogh.
Queens Park Rangers possible line-up: Dieng, Kakay, Dickie, Dunne, Hamalainen, Johansen, Field, Chair, Adomah, Shodipo, Dykes
Blackpool possible line-up: Grimshaw, Connolly, Ekpiteta, Williams, Thompson, Bowler, Fiorini, Dougall, Carey, Corbeanu, Yates
The EFL Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Blackpool will take place at Loftus Road on Wednesday at 12:30 am IST.
The live coverage of the upcoming EFL Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Blackpool can be viewed on Sky Sports Football, Sky Ultra HD, Sky Sports Main Event, SKY GO Extra in the United Kingdom.