Cardiff City have sold 1492 tickets for today's game at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Cardiff have a poor record against Q.P.R. as the facts below demonstrate. With with the threat of relegation all but gone now for Cardiff the Bluebirds can play with less pressure and maybe today, against a Rangers side with only one win in the last six, can get a rare away win. Although Rangers have not lost at home since December.
Steve Morison on Q.P.R
"They are doing excellent, they are still in the play-offs.
"We are just going to spoil the party!
"That’ll be our message to going to teams at the top, can we ruin their day?
"I was really disappointed when we lost to them in the second game of mine. They had one moment and scored."
- QPR have won their last four league matches against Cardiff City and are looking to win five in a row for the first time.
- Cardiff have lost 15 of their last 19 away league matches against Queens Park Rangers (W3 D1), losing their last four games in a row.
- Since losing back-to-back home league matches against Stoke and Bournemouth in December, QPR have gone unbeaten at home, winning three and drawing three.
- Cardiff have lost four of their last six away league games (W1 D1), as many defeats as in their previous 14 on the road.
- Andre Gray has scored five Championship goals for QPR this season, however all five have come away from home (the best 100% such ratio in the division this term).
Referee: MICHAEL SALISBURY
Assistants: Matthew Wilkes and Rob Smith
Fourth Official : David Rock