Bolton Match Zone

QPR v Bolton: Worst Two Sides in 2019 Face Off


Nobody has been paid their March wages yet, the club still hasn’t been sold, if it is it looks like going to somebody not much better than the current proprietor, we could be liquidated on Wednesday and we’re eight points from safety.

All that ahead of tomorrow’s trip to play QPR, who at least aren’t in particularly good form at themselves.

Team news

Jason Lowe’s injury suffered at Wigan may mean he is out for the rest of the season, never mind just tomorrow. Jack Hobbs may be missing with a back problem, while a calf injury has kept Luke Murphy out of training. Angel Rangel and Geoff Cameron may both be involved for QPR after recent long-term injuries.

Facts and stats

Bolton have lost their last two games against QPR, a 2-1 defeat at home back in September, while last February a ten-man Wanderers side lost 2-0 at Loftus Road.

We have picked up more points than QPR since the turn of the year. The score is 7-6, with us being the worst two sides in the league in 2019.

Phil Parkinson has lost 40 of his 67 away Championship games as a manager.


Two very bad teams. As it’s physically impossible for both teams to lose, QPR will probably scrape it 1-0.

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