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Stats Zone: Queens Park Rangers

21 April 2017

The numbers behind tomorrow's West London derby at Griffin Park

The match in numbers

2- QPR have kept just two clean sheets in their last 30 games

3 - Both teams have scored in only three of the last ten West London derbies

5 - Rangers are the lowest scorers in the first 45 minutes away from home in the Sky Bet Championship

7 - Dean Smith' side have netted in each of their last seven matches

13 - The Bees sit third in the current form table with four wins, one draw, and a defeat in their last six

16 - No player has contributed to more second tier goals than Lasse Vibe in 2017, 12 goals, four assists

22 - QPR wins over Brentford

23 - Draws between the two

23 - Bees wins over Rangers

41 - Dean's side lead the Championship in goals scored in 2017

577 - Ian Holloway's side have committed the most fouls in the second tier this season

1965 - The last time The Bees did the double over QPR


More Pre-match build-up

Dean Smith: “We have the potential to do the double over QPR which would be very good for our supporters”

Romaine Sawyers: "“We want to please the fans and we know this one will please them that little bit more”

Opposition View: GetWestLondon's Tom Moore on what to expect from Rangers


The First Meeting

25 December 1920, Football League Division Three - Brentford 0 QPR 2
Brentford XI: Durston; Spratt, Rosier, Elliott, Amos, Challinor, Taylor, King, Boyne, Morley, Cartmell
Little Christmas cheer for The Bees as Rangers take the points at Griffin Park

The Last Meeting

28 October 2016, Sky Bet Championship - QPR 0 Brentford 2
Brentford XI: Bentley, Colin, Dean, Egan, Bjelland, Woods, Yennaris, Clarke (Kerschbaumer 90 +0:46), McEachran (Macleod 71), Sawyers, Hogan
Josh Clarke and Romaine Sawyers net either side of the break to secure a first win at Loftus Road in more than 50 years


Tickets for Saturday's local derby are on sale to Previous Purchasers now as we look to do the double over Rangers for the first time in more than half a century. Click here for more ticket information and to buy.

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