Probable Lineups

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Probable Lineups Statistical Comparision

(30) 10 Goals 49 (62)
(21) 11 Assists 29 (45)
(6.7) 6.8 Average Ratings 7.1 (6.8)
34 Average Age 30.2
180 Average Height (cm) 182.7
(1) 0.9 Shots pg 1.6 (1.1)
(47%) 50% Aerial Duel Success 46% (46%)
(0.7) 0.8 Dribbles pg 0.6 (0.9)
(1.9) 1.7 Tackles pg 1.4 (1.7)
* Values in brackets (x) are overall player statistics in Premier League.

Missing Players

Player Reason Status Rating
Andrew Johnson Out 6.05
Hogan Ephraim Out N/A
Bobby Zamora Out 6.41
José Bosingwa Out 6.82
David Junior Hoilett Out 6.5
Armand Traore Out 6.83
Player Reason Status Rating
Younes Kaboul Out 6.52
William Gallas Out 6.85

Team News

  • Kieran Dyer's injury problems proved too much this week, with the midfielder released from his contract this week.
  • Ryan Nelsen has found a job as head coach of Toronto FC in MLS, but while it is undecided when exactly he will make the move, he is available for this game.
  • Junior Hoilett is out due to the hamstring injury that forced him off early on in the win at Chelsea. It is likely that match-winner Shaun Wright-Phillips will play.
  • Adel Taarabt may continue up front after the success at Stamford Bridge last time out.
  • Emmanuel Adebayor will join up with the Togo squad for the African Cup of Nations next week, but he will be available to play at Loftus Road before jetting off for the competition.
  • AVB has announced that William Gallas is away in France receiving treatment, and he joins Younes Kaboul on the sidelines. Benoit Assou-Ekotto made his return to action in the FA Cup, with Scott Parker coming through 90 minutes in that game and Gareth Bale back after suspension against Reading.
  • Caulker and Vertonghen could play at the back, but AVB has rotated his centre-backs so Dawson will also be an option to start.


  • Harry Redknapp faces his old club for the first time since leaving Spurs in the summer and will be looking for his team to build on their fantastic 1-0 win at Chelsea before the break for the FA Cup.
  • QPR were desperately unlucky to come away from White Hart Lane with nothing earlier this season, going ahead and dominating the game against the odds, before Spurs turned the game on its head in a 3 minute second half spell.
  • The Hoops also won this fixture last season, with former-Spurs player Adel Taarabt scoring the only goal of the game. There is therefore reason to believe QPR might pull off an upset here, but at the same time, Spurs have won their last 3 games and will rightly be favourites to win, though it may be a close call.
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User Predictions

Comments (7)

  • Good job Fabio! ;)

  • QPR win.

  • Spurs now very power, they must win. Maybe 1-2 or 2-3

  • cant see qpr being effective in any way and although harry has a great advantage in this game,i see spurs just doing enough,half time draw full time spurs

  • Think Spurs will win comfortably. QPR's full-backs aren't that strong

  • Bit worries about this one. Reckon QPR could do us over again like last season. 1-0

  • QPR have been improving a bit lately but spurs should easily take to 3 points, 3-0 spurs with defoe, dempsey and bale scoring