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Coventry City vs. Queens Park Rangers

Ricoh Arena

05 March

19:45

QPR Preview

The first of two home games in four days for the Sky Blues and a big chance to move away from the relegation zone.

QPR arrive in upbeat mood after a 3-0 win over Stoke City but have tended to struggle on their travels.

Vital Quotes: Chris Coleman

'There is no quick fix and I am not the answer to arrive just like that.

'I am not a good enough manager just to turn up and show my face - I need to work hard, just like Steve Kean and the management team.'

Coventry City Team News:

Stephen Hughes and Michael Doyle are set to resume their midfield partnership after injury and suspension respectively.

Player to watch: Michael Doyle

City need the midfielder to be a big influence on the game from the first minute.

Queens Park Rangers Team News:

Gavin Mahon is injured so Mikele Leigertwood will look to build on an impressive display against Stoke.

Player to watch: Patrick Agyemang

The type of powerful striker who has given the Sky Blues' defence kittens all season and in great form since his move to Loftus Road.

Match Facts & Stats

City will be looking to build on three consecutive clean sheets in their last three league games at the Ricoh Arena.

Ref Watch:

Premiership referee Mike Dean takes charge.

Next Fixtures:

Norwich at home for the Sky Blues, Sheffield Wednesday away for the R's.




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Date:Wednesday March 5 2008

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