NEIL Warnock hopes QPR can do better than the last time one of his teams visited the Emirates.
Warnock's 1,000 th game as a manager was one to forget as his Sheffield United side were thumped 3-0 by Arsenal back in 2006.
And he admits Rangers will need a slice of luck if they're to return to west London with a share of the points.
“My 1,000 th game [as a manager] was at the Emirates,” recalled the QPR boss.
“We played well for about 60 or 70 minutes and then they eventually scored and got three in about 15 minutes.
“When you go to the top clubs they're going to have a lot of possession and you need a bit of luck. We hope we get our share of luck and Paddy Kenny has one of those days.”
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