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All you need to know: Queens Park Rangers v Norwich City

21 September 2018

Norwich City play their third match in a week on Saturday (5.30pm) when they visit Loftus Road to take on Queens Park Rangers in front of the Sky Sports cameras.

Both sides enter the weekend in good form. QPR are unbeaten in their last four matches and City are looking for their third win in succession following wins over Middlesbrough and Reading.

Here's all you need to know ahead of City's trip to west London:

Getting to Loftus Road

The postcode for Loftus Road is W12 7PJ. For directions from Carrow Road, click HERE.

Loftus Road has extremely limited matchday parking due to the city centre location. There may be street parking available in the roads close to the stadium but please check local road signs before parking. QPR advise all supporters travelling to the ground to use public transport if possible.

Please note, road closures around the stadium occur 90 minutes prior to kick-off so please allow plenty of time for your journey.

The nearest tube station is White City on the Central Line, which is about a five-minute walk away.  

Ticket information

Norwich supporters can purchase tickets at QPR on Saturday, subject to availability. Prices are below:

School End Upper Tier Silver – Restricted view

Adults £32
60+ £24
18-21 £24
U18s £18

School End Upper Tier Gold – Restricted view

Adults £37
60+ £28
18-21 £28
U18s £21

Tickets can be purchased from the School End Upper turnstiles by cash only from 4pm on Saturday.

Any tickets for collection can be collected from the Match Day Ticket Office on South Africa Road which is between the Ticket Office and the Superstore.

Meet the opposition

QPR achieved a 16th place finish in the Championship last year, two places and four points behind the Canaries.

Ian Holloway was in charge last year but parted company with the club in the summer, paving the way for former England manager Steve McClaren to take charge of the Hoops.

McClaren wasn't able to spend the money he probably would have liked to in the summer transfer and therefore, the Club were restricted to bring in players on loan and free transfers.

German defender Toni Leistner was brought in from Union Berlin to fill the void left by Nedum Onuoha who departed after the expiration of his contract.

Nakhi Wells and Tomer Hemed moved in on loan from Premier League clubs, as well as Geoff Cameron who joined from recently relegated Stoke City on a temporary basis. Experienced full-back Angel Rangel joined on a free from Swansea City.

Last time out, QPR saw off Millwall 2-0 thanks to first-half goals from Massimo Luongo and Ebere Eze.

The last time the Canaries visited QPR was back in April when the Hoops ran out comfortable 4-1 winners. In the reverse fixture in August 2017, City won 2-0 thanks to goals from Nelson Oliveira and Harrison Reed.

How to follow

The match has been chosen for live broadcast on Sky Sports on Saturday, hence the kick-off moving to 5.30pm. Live coverage on the Sky Sports Football channel begins at 5.15pm. If you live abroad, you can watch the match on iFollow. To purchase a match pass, click HERE

We will be running regular updates on our Twitter account, including reaction after the final whistle.

There will also be a minute-by-minute live match blog on and you can also receive updates on our Instagram.

Highlights of the match will be able to view the very next day on our YouTube and social channels.

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