Sport QPR’s Charlie Austin celebrates scoring the opener in the 2-0 win over Bolton

A good night for the top two in the Championship, Leicester and Queen’s Park Rangers, saw them both win and move away from Burnley in third who were held to a draw at home.

Armando Anastasio

Transfer news: QPR join Liverpool in race for Napoli wing-back Armando Anastasio

The 17-year-old is attracting interest from a host of clubs

Roberto Martinez insists that Everton will resist transfer bids for their top players during the transfer window

FA Cup: Everton v QPR match preview

A look ahead to Saturday’s FA Cup third round tie at Goodison Park

Two goals by Burnley’s Danny Ings took his tally to 19

Championship round-up: Danny Ings fires Burnley into second as Derby slip up at home

Two goals from Danny Ings lifted Burnley back up the table into second place with a 3-2 win at home to Huddersfield. The striker has now scored 19 goals in all competitions. Full-back Kieran Trippier sealed victory 11 minutes from time as Martin Paterson scored twice for the Terriers on his first return to Turf Moor since leaving Burnley in the summer. Leicester City stay top of the league after a 3-1 win at Millwall.

Nigel Pearson was happy with the victory over QPR after Leicester go level with opponents at the top of the Championship

QPR 0 Leicester 1: Foxes manager Nigel Pearson praises clean sheet after they leave frustrated Rangers with all three points

Leicester moved level on points with QPR at the top of the Championship

Tony Fernandes’ plan for a new 40,000-capacity stadium for QPR is an ambitious gamble

Glenn Moore: Tony Fernandes will need new fans for bold move

It has happened. On 9 January 1932 41,097 watched Queen’s Park Rangers play Leeds United in an FA Cup third-round tie. That must be the latent support Tony Fernandes hopes to tap into with the new 40,000-seat stadium proposed for Old Oak Common.

Queens Park Rangers 1 Charlton Athletic 0 match report: Charlie Austin powers home to hail Harry Redknapp milestone

QPR celebrated Harry Redknapp’s 30 years in football management yesterday with a spectacular winning goal by Charlie Austin that was a more fitting tribute to his career to date than the rest of the game.

Mark Hughes has admitted that his love for the Premier League never wavered during his time away from management

Stoke manager Mark Hughes admits his love for the Premier League never wavered following sacking at QPR

Hughes returned to management with the Potters in the summer after Tony Pulis was sacked by owner Peter Coates

Harry Redknapp gestures on the sidelines during a Queens Park Rangers match

David Bernstein defends selection policy after Harry Redknapp criticises FA over choosing the England manager

Redknapp has been the favourite for the role before Roy Hodgson was handed the reins

Danny Ings scored to keep Burnley at the top of the Championship

Championship round-up: Burnley stay top with win over Reading while QPR continue impressive defensive record

Leicester slip up at Doncaster to lose ground while Watford recover to beat Huddersfield

Stoke City manager Mark Hughes admits 'I was probably wrong' to quit Fulham

The Welshman left to 'further his experiences', which included a dire spell in charge of QPR

QPR’s Joey Barton skips away from Brighton’s Jake Forster-Caskey

Queen's Park Rangers 0 Brighton & Hove Albion 0 match report: No pot of gold at end of Joey Barton's rainbow laces

Not even Joey Barton's rainbow bootlaces could brighten up this bore draw, although Queen's Park Rangers will take some comfort from moving top of the Championship table.

Peter Odemwingie

Transfer news: Cardiff City switch sees Peter Odemwingie end West Brom nightmare

The striker memorably attempted to force through a move to QPR in January

Morgan Amalfitano

Transfer news: West Brom sign midfielder Morgan Amalfitano on loan

The 28-year-old joins from Marseille

Joey Barton

Transfer news: QPR midfielder Joey Barton 'turns down' chance to join Crystal Palace

The midfielder says the move was not right for his family

Queens Park Rangers' goalkeeper Julio Cesar had been linked with a move to Arsenal

Transfer news: Arsenal target Julio Cesar to stay at Queens Park Rangers, says Luiz Felipe Scolari

Brazil head coach claims the goalkeeper has told him he will stay at QPR

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