Nothing to play for on Saturday? Queens Park Rangers reporter Mark Ritson and Brentford journalist Tom Moore think there’s more than just pride at stake in this weekend’s west London derby, with Ian Holloway’s job possibly on the line.
The two Championship sides will come head-to-head at Griffin Park tomorrow with QPR still not certain of their second tier status and Bees reporter Moore believes the home side will be heavy favourites for the clash but admits you “can’t write QPR off”.
Ritson believes the clash will be decided on whether Holloway’s men can find a “killer instinct” in front of goal – something he believes they have been missing - and if the visitors can get out the blocks quicker than they have in recent weeks.
The QPR reporter also questions Holloway’s tinkerman style of late, believing the former Crystal Palace manager needs to pick his strongest XI and stick with it, rather than changing the formation and squad around every week.
And Brentford reporter Moore believes should the Bees secure a home win on Saturday, the visiting manager’s job could be at risk with several other former QPR bosses having exited Loftus Road after losing to their west London rivals.
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Watch the whole discussion above and let us know who do you think will win on Saturday.