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FT: QPR 1 - 2 Newcastle And that's it, one last clearance from Williamson marks the end of a game lacking in attacking quality. Newcastle move to 41 points and that surely is enough to ensure Premier League football next season.
Free-kick for Newcastle as Coloccini is adjudged to have handled it. Taarabt replaces Hoilett as Redknapp makes his final change.
Ben Arfa is the man sacrificed for Harper, whose time at Newcastle will end at the end of this season. Twenty years of service.
Elliot gets booked for handling outside of his area and that means red as he was booked earlier. Newcastle are running low on goalkeepers and Steve Harper will be called into duty.
Gouffran makes way for Obertan, who makes his 50th appearance for Newcastle.
Yellow for Elliot for kicking the ball away. QPR pack the box for a free-kick which breaks to Derry, who can only slash wide from 25 yards.
Tiote's first-half knock is one he can't shake off and on comes Perch to replace him.
QPR get the second period under way and Redknapp has rightly and ruthlessly made a double change, bringing on Derry and Fabio for Mbia and Bosingwa.
HT: QPR 1 - 2 Newcastle And that's half-time. We've seen 45 minutes of remarkably poor defending but to an extent Alan Pardew won't care as his side have done well to fight back from being a goal down to lead 2-1. It's hard to see QPR raising the effort required to win from here but we'll find out if Redknapp can get something out of them after the break.
Mbia was booked for the second of those transgressions and it had been coming.
GOAL! Gouffran! Well that's just terrible and it's another example of QPR's self-destructive habits. Green rolls to Bosingwa, who passes back to Green. Gutierrez closes him down and Green's rushed clearance falls to Gouffran, who does well to side-foot into an empty net from 25 yards. Comedy stuff.
Williamson joins Cabaye in the book after an aggressive challenge on Mbia. From the free-kick, Jenas crosses but Zamora's flick on fails to find Remy.
PENALTY TO NEWCASTLE! Bosignwa returns the favour, pulling Ben Arfa's shirt. Incredible stuff.
Yohan Cabaye was booked in all the excitement there. He was not at all happy with Probert's decision to award the home side a penalty.
GOAL! Remy (pen)! Remy, who nearly signed for Newcastle in January, makes no mistake to put QPR 1-0 up.
PENALTY TO QPR! And it's controversial as Debuchy gets done for shirt pulling on Hoilett. It looked suspiciously outside the box to me...
Sky Bet reckon Newcastle have the edge here making Alan Pardew's side their 11/8 favourites, with QPR 21/10 and the draw 12/5.
Ben writes: 'QPR have nothing left to play for whereas the lads can secure safety today with 3 points. Willo will do fine with Colo beside him, Marveaux to come on in the second half and shake things up. Wishful thinking maybe, but 1-0 toon army!' I hear you Ben, but remember Swansea had 'nothing to play for' at Wigan earlier this week. I quite fancy QPR after their solid effort against Newcastle.
Sky Bet's Jamie Casey thinks we could be in for a quiet afternoon. He says: 'Alan Pardew's side are on a dry spell having failed to score in 262 minutes of Premier League football, while they haven't won in four games. However, that may not concern them too much, as Sunday's opponents QPR are on an even worse goalscoring run as they have failed to bag in their last 365 minutes of football. On that basis, 0-0 looks a solid value bet at 10/1.'
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