|Boot on the Other Foot for McCarthy Sat 06th Feb 2016|
The boot was on the other foot for boss Mick McCarthy as the Blues were beaten by Matt Phillips’s last-gasp goal at QPR, Town having won three of their last four home league games - including the Boxing Day win against Rangers - in the final minutes. There was more bad news for the Blues in added-on time when Ryan Fraser limped off with what looked a bad hamstring injury.
|QPR 1-0 Town - Match Report Sat 06th Feb 2016|
Matt Phillips netted in the 88th minute to hand QPR a 1-0 victory over the Blues at Loftus Road. But for an excellent goalkeeping display from Bartosz Bialkowski Town would have been behind at half-time, but the second period was a more even affair in which both teams had chances and Phillips headed home late on to claim the three points.
|QPR 0-0 Town - Half-Time Sat 06th Feb 2016|
Keeper Bartosz Bialkowski made a number of saves to keep the scoreline 0-0 between QPR and Town at half-time at Loftus Road.
|Varney and Pitman Start at QPR Sat 06th Feb 2016|
Boss Mick McCarthy has handed Luke Varney and Brett Pitman starts as the Blues face QPR at Loftus Road today, the duo having combined to created Town’s late winner against Reading on Tuesday. Daryl Murphy and Ainsley Maitland-Niles drop to the bench, while Luke Hyam misses out with a calf injury.
|Smith Happy to See More Late Winners Fri 05th Feb 2016|
Town defender Tommy Smith would be quite happy if the recent habit of winning games in the final minutes continued against QPR at Loftus Road tomorrow.
|McCarthy: Subs Have Given Me Selection Headache Fri 05th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy admits he’s been given a selection headache up front ahead of Saturday’s visit to QPR after subs Luke Varney and Brett Pitman conjured up the Blues’ last-gasp winner during Tuesday’s 2-1 victory over Reading.
|Trio Should Be OK Despite Knocks and Gerken Not Far From Return Thu 04th Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy says Ryan Fraser, Luke Hyam and Daryl Murphy should all be fine to face QPR at Loftus Road on Saturday, despite suffering minor knocks during Tuesday’s 2-1 home victory over Reading.
|Town 2-1 Reading - Match Report Tue 02nd Feb 2016|
Town climbed back into the top six and extended their extraordinary record of Tuesday night home victories to 16 as an 89th minute Brett Pitman goal saw them to a 2-1 victory over Reading. After a lacklustre first half Ryan Fraser put the Blues in front on 57, Royals sub Garath McCleary equalised from the spot before Pitman’s late winner.
|Town 0-0 Reading - Half-Time Tue 02nd Feb 2016|
Town and Reading remain locked at 0-0 at half-time at Portman Road.
|Three Changes for Town Against Royals Tue 02nd Feb 2016|
Town boss Mick McCarthy has made three changes to his side - two of them forced - for tonight’s home game against Reading.
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