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  • Match Ended
  • 90'
    • Rutter, Georginio
    • Cresswell, Charlie

    The home team have replaced Georginio Rutter with Charlie Cresswell. This is the fourth substitution made today by Daniel Farke.

  • 90'
    Red Card
    • Begovic, Asmir

    At Elland Road, Asmir Begovic is shown a red card and sent off.

  • 84'
    • Cook, Steve
    • Larkeche, Ziyad

    The away team replace Steve Cook with Ziyad Larkeche.

  • 80'
    • Summerville, Crysencio
    • Poveda, Ian

    Ian Poveda is replacing Crysencio Summerville for Leeds United at Elland Road.

  • 78'
    • Armstrong, Sinclair
    • Kolli, Rayan

    QPR make their fourth substitution with Rayan Kolli replacing Sinclair Armstrong.

  • 73'
    • Kakay, Osman
    • Dunne, Jimmy

    Jimmy Dunne is on a sub for Osman Kakay for QPR.

  • 69'
    Yellow Card
    • Kakay, Osman

    Osman Kakay (QPR) has been booked and must now be careful not to get a second yellow card.

  • 65'
    • Anthony, Jaidon
    • James, Daniel

    Daniel James is replacing Jaidon Anthony for the home team.

  • 65'
    • Piroe, Joel
    • Bamford, Patrick

    Daniel Farke (Leeds United) is making a first substitution, with Patrick Bamford replacing Joel Piroe.

  • 46'
    • Smyth, Paul
    • Adomah, Albert

    The away team replace Paul Smyth with Albert Adomah.

  • 46'
    • Colback, Jack
    • Dozzell, Andre

    Gareth Ainsworth is making the team's first substitution at Elland Road with Andre Dozzell replacing Jack Colback.

  • 26'
    Yellow Card
    • Field, Sam

    QPR's Sam Field has been booked in Leeds.

  • 9'
    Goal !
    • Summerville, Crysencio (Scorer)
    • Rutter, Georginio (Assist)

    Goal! The home team take a 1-0 lead through Crysencio Summerville.

    Great play from Georginio Rutter to set up the goal.

  • Match Started




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Leeds vs QPR Betting tips

  • The most common result of matches between Leeds United and Queens Park Rangers when Leeds United is playing at home is 2-0. 4 matches have ended with this result.
  • During the last 13 meetings with Leeds United playing at home, Leeds United have won 7 times, there have been 4 draws while Queens Park Rangers have won 2 times. The goal difference is 23-8 in favour of Leeds United.
  • During the last 27 meetings, Leeds United have won 12 times, there have been 7 draws while Queens Park Rangers have won 8 times. The goal difference is 42-26 in favour of Leeds United.
  • Queens Park Rangers's last away win against Leeds United was in 2013.
  • Did you know that Leeds United scores 31% of their goals between the minutes 61-75?
  • Leeds United haven't lost in their last 4 games.
  • Leeds United haven't lost in any of their last 5 home matches.
  • When playing at home, Leeds United have not lost to Queens Park Rangers in their last 5 encounters.
  • Leeds United haven't scored in 1 of their 4 home matches in Championship this season.
  • Queens Park Rangers haven't scored in 2 of their 5 away matches in Championship this season.
  • Leeds United's home record this season: 1-3-0.
  • Ethan Ampadu has more yellow cards (3) than any other player at Leeds United. Sam Field has collected 4 for Queens Park Rangers.
  • A year ago, Queens Park Rangers were number 9 in the table with 11 points. Now they are number 19 with 8 points.
  • Leeds United have kept a clean sheet in 4 matches in a row.
  • Leeds United wins 1st half in 18% of their matches, Queens Park Rangers in 21% of their matches.
  • Leeds United wins 18% of halftimes, Queens Park Rangers wins 21%.
  • The winner of their last meeting was Queens Park Rangers.
  • On their last meeting Queens Park Rangers won by 1 goals.
  • When Leeds United leads 1-0 at home, they win in 40% of their matches.
  • When Queens Park Rangers leads 0-1 away, they win in 70% of their matches.
  • When Leeds United is down 0-1 home, they win 25% of their matches.
  • When Queens Park Rangers is down 1-0 away, they win 7% of their matches.
  • In Championship, Leeds United has better performance than Queens Park Rangers.
  • Leeds United's performance of the last 5 matches is better than Queens Park Rangers's.
  • In the last 5 meetings Leeds United won 2, Queens Park Rangers won 3, 0 draws.
  • Leeds United scores 1 goals in a match against Queens Park Rangers and Queens Park Rangers scores 1 goals against Leeds United (on average).
  • Average number of goals in meetings between Leeds United and Queens Park Rangers is 2.
  • Average number of goals in the first half in meetings between Leeds United and Queens Park Rangers is 1.2.
  • Both teams didn't concede on their last match.
  • Leeds United scores 1.54 goals when playing at home and Queens Park Rangers scores 0.93 goals when playing away (on average).
  • Did you know that Leeds United scores 29% of their goals between the minutes 61-75?
  • A year ago, Queens Park Rangers were number 11 in the table with 11 points. Now they are number 21 with 8 points.
  • Both teams haven't won their last match in Championship.
  • Queens Park Rangers haven't won in their last 4 games.
  • Both teams lost their last match.
  • If Joel Piroe scores against Queens Park Rangers it will be his 5th goal for Leeds United this season.
  • Leeds United is undefeated this season when playing at home and taking the lead 1-0.
  • This was Sam Field's 5th yellow card for the season.

Leeds United vs Queens Park Rangers Match Preview

Published: Updated: 12:08, 2 Oct 2023

Leed United will look to fire themselves into the playoff places when they welcome QPR to Elland Road in midweek Championship action.

Key Takeaways

  • Leeds are already a whopping nine points adrift of automatic promotion
  • QPR score less than a goal a game on average
  • Daniel James' four assists top the Championship table for this metric

Daniel Farke's side have endured a slightly underwhelming start to their season, considering the talent in their squad, while Queens Park Rangers are where many expected them to be - in the middle of a relegation dogfight.

Leeds United Form

After failing to win any of their opening three games on their return to the Championship, Leeds picked up three wins and two draws from their next five, before losing 3-1 away at fellow Premier League old boys Southampton at the weekend. They will expect a much easier task on Wednesday night against a struggling QPR side.

This middle-of-the-road form won't have pleased many Leeds fans and sitting nine points adrift of the automatic promotion spots after as many games will be troubling. There is still plenty of time for the Yorkshire side to challenge for an instant return to the top flight but they will need to find their feet soon if they hope to do so.

Queens Park Rangers Form

Perhaps a home game against a bottom three side will be just what the doctor ordered for Leeds. QPR come into this game winless in four, losing 3-1 at home to Sunderland and Coventry, and drawing with 10-man Swansea and Birmingham.

Gareth Ainsworth's side have won just two of nine games as they look set to struggle to stay up this season, a predicament which was forecasted by many experts going into the campaign. Their main problem is their inability to score goals, managing less than one per game on average.


The two sides have not faced each other since they were last both in the Championship back in January 2020. The last six clashes between them back then delivered mixed results, with Leeds winning three league meetings and QPR two in the league and one in the FA Cup. However, both teams were markedly different between three and six years ago.

Team News

The hosts are carrying far more injuries than their opponents with some key players absent. Pacey and dangerous contributors in Wilfried Gnonto and Junior Firpo are both expected to be out for at least a few more weeks, while Tottenham loanee Djed Spence continues to rehab an MCL injury and won't likely return until late November. Fan favourite and long-time stalwart Stuart Dallas is also out through a broken hip.

QPR don't have too many absentees to worry about. However, they will continue to be without Irish centre back Jimmy Dunne, who played almost every game of their last two Championship campaigns, but has yet to appear for The Hoops this season due to a shoulder injury.

Key Players

The biggest attacking theat for Farke's side will likely be winger Daniel James, who has already contributed a table-topping four assists in seven appearances this term. In the absence of Gnonto, he is likely to play alongside Dutch maestros Crysencio Summerville and Joel Piroe in a three-man attacking midfield behind French striker Georginio Rutter, all of whom have the pace, technique and creativity to theoretically cause any team in the league great problems.

Scotland international striker Lyndon Dykes will be the focal point for the visitors. His eight goals made him top scorer for the West London club last season, but he has only managed one thus far this campaign.

Final Thoughts

Leeds will look to bounce back from a disappointing defeat against Southampton by pummelling a far inferior opponent in QPR. While anything can happen in football, especially in the Championship, Leeds fans will be cautiously optimistic that their attacking charges can cause chaos in the Queens Park Rangers backline and deliver a much needed, morale boosting three points.


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