There’s an absolute belter of a game from the Championship tonight as QPR take on Brighton, with Chris Hughton’s Seagulls still undefeated this season (KO 19:45).
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Championship league leaders Brighton will be out to maintain their 21 game unbeaten run when they travel to London to take on QPR later this evening.
The South coast side have won 11 and drawn 9 of their 20 games this season to add to the 0-0 draw they secured against Middlesbrough on the last day of the 2014/2015 season.
The run of form has propelled the Seagulls to the top of the league and they will head into round 21 with a two point lead at the top of the division.
Last time out they were denied all three points away to Derby as Chris Martin scored a penalty with two minutes remaining to seal a 2-2 draw, however Middlesbrough draw at Birmingham saw them remain at the top.
Chris Hughton’s side will be without Liam Rosenior due to a knee injury while Gaetan Bong is also missing with a groin injury.
Also unavailable to the former Newcastle boss is Sam Baldock, back in training after a thigh problem but not ready for the first team, and Kazenga LuaLua.
QPR meanwhile drew with Burnley in the first game of Jimmy Floyd-Hasselbaink’s rein. The Dutch man was pleased with the result and believes his side will be even better on Tuesday.
“There is a way of working we expect. They are getting used to it and know we are going to work in a certain way,” the former Burton Albion boss said.
“They know where we are going and they are comfortable with it. We can improve and try to become a better, solid team, but that takes time and repetition.”
The former Burton manager has taken over the reigns following some excellent work of interim manager Neil Warnock, who has strengthened the side defensively, making Rangers one of the toughest sides to breakdown at the moment.
Hasselbaink is set to hand Charlie Austin his first start since returning from injury.
The forward has come off the bench in each of his last three games but is in line to feature from the beginning against Brighton as the side looks to his goals to propel them into the play off picture as we approach the busy Christmas period.
QPR have won four and drawn five of their last 9 home games against the Brighton and they could week provide a shock.
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