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Title Almost Ours After QPR Double

City 1 QPR 0

Report by Eddie Blount

City are within one win of securing the Championship for a record sixth time after a deserved though narrow win over pre-season title favourites, QPR. With three games to go and a lead of 7 points over second-placed, Burnley we call surely get the champagne out for a second time in recent weeks, having already secured promotion with plenty of games to spare.

City made two changes from the side that took an important point at Reading, Knockaert and King returning for Dyer and Vardy. I was pleased to see that Pearson did not repeat the disastrous mistake of playing Phillips from the start and King as a holding midfielder which saw us sunk without trace against Brighton.

King can only play as an attacking midfielder and then only when we play five in midfield. Against Brighton we played four against five and they kicked sand in our faces as you would expect from Seasiders. So we played a 4-5-1 formation which we will have to play every week in the Prem so in more ways than one this match resembled a typical premiership game between teams in the lower half of that table.

QPR did not pick their strongest team, presumably having given up on automatic promotion but nonetheless they looked a class above most of the sides we have seen this season. The burly Kranjcar in particular exuded class and produced numerous deft touches but with little end product.

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Going to Bolton ?

Bolton Wanderers - BL6 6JW

By Road
From the North
If travelling down the M6, follow signs for the M61 and leave at Junction 30. Once on the M61, follow signs for Manchester/Bolton and leave at Junction 6 (the Reebok Stadium should be visible on the left).

Take the first exit off the roundabout onto the A6027, the De Havilland Way. At the next roundabout, take a left turn onto Burnden Way and park in the main Stadium visitors' car park.
From the South
If travelling up the M6, follow signs for the M62 and leave at Junction 21a, following signs for Manchester. Join the M60 at Junction 12 and proceed to follow signs for the M61 towards Preston. (Do NOT take the A666 towards Bolton.)

Turn off the M61 at Junction 6 and take the third exit off the roundabout onto the A6027, the De Havilland Way. At the next roundabout, take a left turn onto Burnden Way and park in the main Stadium visitors' car park. 

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Next Up – Queens Park Rangers

Next Up – QPR 19 April 2014 – 12.15 kick off

Manager      Harry Redknapp

Founded      1882    

Ground        Loftus Road Stadium

Address       South Africa Road, Shepherd's Bush, London, W12 7PJ

Capacity      18,489


1  GK  Robert Green

2  DF  Danny Simpson

3  DF  Armand Traoré

4 MF Ravel Morrison

5  DF  Richard Dunne

6  DF  Clint Hill (captain)

7  MF  Matt Phillips

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Going to Reading ?

Reading - Directions by road  RG2 0FL

From Leicester head south on the M1to Junction 6a with the M25, head  towards the M40/M4. From Junction 11 of the M4, follow signs towards Reading. Madejski Stadium is on your left-hand side after less than a mile.
Approx 120 mls     2hrs 30 mins


Foster Wheeler, Shinfield Park, 500 spaces   Free to park
This involves a short bus ride to and from the stadium. Fares on return bus shuttle are £4.00 adult return and £2-50 child return.  Directions: from J11, M4, take exit B3270 (signposted Earley) and follow yellow signs to "Match Reading FC Park & Ride ". This is the best option for away supporters.

Greyhound / Speedway Stadium site, 500 spaces
£8 per car Five minutes walk to the Stadium. Access off the A33 at the Bennet Road roundabout.

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Next Up – Reading

Next Up – Reading – Monday 14 April 2014 – 8:07pm Kick Off

Manager      Nigel Adkins

Founded      1871    

Ground        Madejski Stadium

Address        Reading Berkshire RG2 0FL 

Capacity      24,161      

1 GOALKEEPER Adam Federici
2 DEFENDER Chris Gunter
3 DEFENDER Stephen Kelly
4 MIDFIELDER Jem Karacan

5 DEFENDER Alex Pearce
7 FORWARD Pavel Pogrebnyak

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