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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.

Both Harry Redknapp, left, the QPR manager, and his Reading counterpart Nigel Adkins, spent much of their time out of the dugout cajoling their teams (AFP/Getty Images)

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Peter Crouch today pushed former club QPR closer to a seemingly inevitable relegation as Stoke kick-started their own battle to beat the drop

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QPR beat Stoke in the penultimate game of last season, a result that ultimately kept the Hoops in the Premier League, but there was no repeat or reprieve yesterday. Relegation for Harry Redknapp’s team will be confirmed tomorrow evening in the unlikely event that Aston Villa beat Manchester United at Old Trafford, but even assuming that Villa fail, the inevitable will only be postponed.

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The two sides meet in a relegation battle at Loftus Road this weekend

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West London club have reportedly taken a £15m loan with owner Tony Fernandes hoping to announce 'good news' in the next two weeks

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Stoke City midfielder Charlie Adam labels QPR match a 'must-win' game

Potters were unable to come away with any points from match against Manchester United

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Di Canio plays the blame game after opening with loss

Harry Redknapp’s QPR entertain Sunderland this afternoon

QPR manager Harry Redknapp refuses to give up hope of survival

The Hoops play Wigan this weekend

<b>November 23 - Mark Hughes (QPR)</b><br/>
Despite chairman Tony Fernandes consistently stating Mark Hughes' job was safe, a failure to win a single game in 12 Premier League matches finally told for the Welshman.
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The former Fulham manager had joined the R's 10 months earlier, escaping relegation on the final day of the 2011/12 season only by virtue of results elsewhere.
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The summer saw a huge influx of expensive players but they failed to gel, leading to Hughes' downfall.
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QPR midfielder Jermaine Jenas has branded Monday's Barclays Premier League trip to west London rivals Fulham as a must-win game for the relegation-threatened club.

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