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QPR will aim to bounce back from their controversial defeat to Nottingham Forest when they take on Watford later today.
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Redknapp’s side slipped to third in the table following the 2-0 loss, the killer second goal coming 10 minutes from time when QPR stopped playing believing that Andy Reid was offside.
With no whistle forthcoming, despite a raised flag from a linesman, the Irish International continued playing slotting the ball home to the delight of the Forest faithful.
The result means that QPR have now suffered back to back defeats and Redknapp has warned his players that they need to up their game if they want to make a swift return to the Premier League.
“We’ve got another tough game at the weekend against Watford – that won’t be easy. I’ll have to look at the team and maybe juggle one or two around to see what we can do” said the former Spurs manager.
“We had a great start to the season. We’ve had a little bit of a blip now but hopefully that’s taught us a lesson.
“We’ve got to up our game a bit if we want to challenge (for promotion).”
The hoops will be without Charlie Austin for the game although Joey Barton returns following suspension.
Leaders Leicester will once again be without Strikers Chris Wood (hamstring), Tom Hopper (shin) and defender Sean St. Ledger (groin) for the visit of Bolton while second place Burnley will hope to bounce back from their disappointing 1-0 loss to Middlesbrough when they travel to take on Wigan.
Fourth place Derby saw their run of seven straight wins ended by a late Martin Paterson goal in the 1-1 draw with Huddersfield. The Rams are just points off top spot following their recent good form and Steve McClaren will hope that his side can keep the pressure on at the top when they on bottom of the table Barnsley.
In form pair Nottingham Forest and Leeds go head to head at the City Ground while another on song side, Ipswich, travel to face Bournemouth.
At the other end of the table, Doncaster will hope to end a run of four straight defeats when they take on Millwall while Yeovil face mid-table Huddersfield.
Sheffield Wednesday drew with Blackburn last time out and they will hope to follow that point up with another three when they face fellow strugglers Charlton.
Elsewhere Blackburn face Birmingham and Blackpool take on Brighton.