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Queens Park Rangers vs Rotherham United LIVE STREAM preview: Sky Bet Championship 2018-19 LIVE stream, team news, betting, TV, Live Score

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As we start the season at Deepdale against Queens Park Rangers, joining our match coverage is someone who has fantastic memories of this fixture.

Former North End and Republic of Ireland defender and fan favourite Sean St. Ledger joins our commentary team this weekend.

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Bringing you all the action from the brand new gantry at the back of the Sir Tom Finney Stand at Deepdale.

QPR’s prize asset is being linked with a big-money to the Premier League this season. 

Former Arsenal youngster has scored four goals so far this season.

QPR’s prize asset is being linked with a big-money to the Premier League this season. 

The 20-year-old is a dynamic player who can play as an attacking midfielder or off the wing. Former Arsenal youngster has scored four goals so far this season.

Queens Park Rangers vs Rotherham United LIVE STREAM preview: Sky Bet Championship 2018-19


Preston North End travel to Queens Park Rangers in the Championship on Saturday.

From likely line-ups to key men and the referee, all you need to know ahead of the weekend's game can be found below.

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Steve McClaren: The former England manager landed the QPR job in May and his first competitive game in charge was the R’s 1-0 defeat to North End at Deepdale in August. 

McClaren has managed eight clubs in England, Holland and Germany. He guided Dutch club Twente to their first Eredivisie title in 2010 before having a brief stint in charge of Wolfsburg in Germany. 

McClaren started his managerial career at Middlesbrough before having a 16-month stint as England boss. 

Team News 

After returning to action on Saturday, Ben Pearson admits that whilst he will not change his style of play, he is determined to use his experience and take a more cautious approach to his decision making in certain scenarios.

The 24-year-old was back in the starting Xl for last weekend’s 1-1 draw with Swansea City at Deepdale after serving his four match suspension for his sending off against Sheffield Wednesday in December.

Speaking to iFollow PNE, the tough tackling central midfielder explained that he is looking to avoid giving referees a decision to make when sliding in for tackles. 

However, that will not stop him from playing his normal game and if the ball is there to be won, he will still relish those 50/50 challenges.

Looking ahead to the next game, Pearson is expecting a tough test when North End travel to Loftus Road to take on Queens Park Rangers this weekend. 

PNE claimed all three points in the home fixture against QPR with a 1-0 victory on the opening day of the campaign back in August, but Steve McLaren’s side have improved in recent months.


line-ups 

QPR: Lumley, Furlong, Leistner, Lynch, Bidwell, Osayi-Samuel, Cousins, Manning, Freeman, Eze, Wells. 

PNE: Rudd, Fisher, Storey, Huntington, Hughes, Pearson, Gallagher, Potts, Browne, Barkhuizen, Stockley.

Start Time

Queens Park Rangers vs Watford at FA Cup  on 7:45 pm Saturday 26th January at Loftus Road Stadium.

TV, online and live stream coverage

The match will be televised live on BT Sport 3. BT Sport subscribers will be able to stream the match online via the video player and the BT Sport app.

You can follow all the action with Sport2s's LIVE blog and live score board

More To Know

Sky Bet Championship
Queens Park Rangers vs Rotherham United
7:45pm Wednesday 13th March
Loftus Road Stadium

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