QPR manager Ian Holloway says tonight's opposition Sheffield United are 'fearless', meaning he is expecting an entertaining encounter.

Speaking to the club's website he said: "The way they play is a credit to him. They are attack minded and he deserves enormous credit for the way he goes about things.

“They are almost fearless in how they play and I think it’s going to be one hell of a game.”

Ian Holloway on the headset

Tonight will be Holloway's 300th game in charge of QPR, and he's pleased to see that his squad are starting to share his characteristics in their performances.

He said: "I have always been a person in life who keeps going and keeps going,” he said. “I don’t ever stop. And I believe my team is starting to do that too.

“We are starting to show resilience and we are going to need that tonight.”

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He continued: “I was proud to be manager of this club for just one game, so I’m bursting with pride to reach this point.

“This is also the best club I ever played for at the highest level I ever played at in the Premier League.

“All I want to do is help the club.”