QPR manager Ian Holloway says his side are favourites going into their clash with Bolton Wanderers, but must take their chances if they're to get the win.

Speaking to the club's website ahead of the game, he said: "We have to make sure that if we get in front this weekend we hold onto it.

“We haven’t been able to do that yet but as long as you are creating chances, you will have the opportunity to win any game and that’s what we‘ve been doing.

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“Things will feel much better once we get that first away win. Once you’ve done that, you can put it behind you but I would be far unhappier if we weren’t scoring.

“As a group the lads know what they’re doing well and they know what they can do a little bit better. But I can’t ask for anymore from them.

“We are expected to beat Bolton away from home. It’s going to be tough but that is what we are going there to do.”