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It's more woe for QPR and West Ham get their first away win this season as they beat the hosts 2-1 at Loftus Road.
I've lost count of Hammers players that have been booked tonight. Tomkins gets the latest for time-wasting.
Hughes makes another bold change as Onuoha goes off for Hoilett.
Yet another West Ham player gets a yellow card as James Collins goes in the book.
Diakite is sent for an early bath after his second yellow as he slides in with a challenge on Demel.
After missing that big chance, Cole makes way for the returning Andy Carroll, back from injury.
Cole and Nolan are the latest players to earn bookings and Allardyce is furious with the ref, with five of his players now on yellow cards.
Jaaskelainen earns a booking for time-wasting as he appears to dither over a goal-kick and the keeper is far from happy.
There's another booking for West Ham and a free-kick for QPR after McCartney commits a needless foul on Diakite.
Another booking goes to Diakite for a foul as West Ham win a free-kick from range, but nothing comes of it as the Hoops defence hold firm.
It's a special strike from the Moroccan substitute as he skips his way inside before unleashing a looping shot into the top right-hand corner. He's booked for his celebration but that goal could swing things in QPR's favour.
GOAL! TAARABT! 2-1 AS QPR PULL ONE BACK!
Captain Park goes off for Diakite, while Wright-Phillips makes way for Taarabt as manager Hughes tries to inspire a comeback in his side.
Disillusioned QPR fan Mickey Dorgan has had his say - 'Been a Hoops fan for 36 years, I'm giving up, can't stand to watch this rubbish. Overpaid 'stars' can't defend and can't hold on to the ball in midfield. The youth team would put up a better display. Going to watch the Ryder Cup again!'
Sky Sports' Monday Night Football pundit Neville has had his say at the break - 'West Ham are doing more. They've created a couple of moments, QPR, but it's just a little bit flat. The goal has deflated them and they've not been able to recover.'
Katie Warrington has written in - 'very pleased with the result at HT looking forward to coming away with 3 points COME ON YOU IRONS.'
That half ends QPR 0 West Ham 2 and the home side are booed off by their own fans at the break. Can they turn this around?
Noble earns a yellow card for bringing down Park with a late challenge. QPR get a late chance with a free-kick from 25 yards.
The first booking of the match goes to Diame as he brings down the breaking Wright-Phillips.
GOAL! WEST HAM GO 2-0 UP! VAZ TE!
There's another early change for the Hammers as Joey O'Brien goes off, apparently injured, and George McCartney comes on. Not what Sam Allardyce would have wanted.
There's relief as no stretcher is needed, with Reid back on his feet. He goes off groggily and Tomkins is brought on in an early change.
GOAL! JARVIS SCORES FOR WEST HAM!
@firstatmatchday tweeted - 'the hosts shd stay in relegation spot, simple!'
Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville believes it's time for QPR's players to step up and ignite their season. He told Monday Night Football : 'They've got to start delivering now; for their fans, for their team and for Mark Hughes.'
Paolo Bertorelli thinks this one is a must-win for the Hoops - 'I am worried for QPR as this just has to be a game they must win. I think they will win, but if carroll comes on, i think they will freeze. This game is massive for QPR, and another season fighting off relegation will have Hughes moving on yet again i am thinking.'
Plenty of you predicting a QPR win tonight. @weezyDale tweeted - 'QPR by 2!'
We're in for a close encounter tonight, according to Gabrielle Sutton - 'I think QPR will edge this one 1-0, purely because their need for points is greater than West Hams in terms of the relegation battle, and Zamora is on form for Mark Hughes's side. It should be a tightly-contested game though.'
Matthew Steele has been in touch to say - 'Although qpr have had a poor start I feel they will be to strong for west ham on home soil. 3v1 to qpr for me.'
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