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Hello and welcome to Tuesday evening's Carabao Cup tie between Queens Park Rangers and Brentford.

Rangers reached this stage by claiming victory over Northampton Town in the first round, while the Bees edged past AFC Wimbledon in extra time.

Ian Holloway's side have made a decent start to the Championship season, winning two and drawing one of their four games, while Dean Smith's team have found it more difficult; picking up one point from a possible 12.

But form goes out the window in a west London derby, with the Bees having the better of it in recent games; winning three of the past four meetings.

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So sit back, relax and enjoy coverage of QPR vs Brentford.

Full Time: QPR 1-4 Brentford

Brentford are in round three after a thumping win over their west London rivals

Four minutes added on

Brentford fans are enjoying themselves here as they ask if QPR are Fulham in disguise, looking for five and giving it the olay treatment.

GOAL! QPR 1-4 Brentford (Clarke 83)

Josh Clarke breaks down the right hand side, cuts in and drives the ball home. Cue mass exits from the Rangers fans.

QPR win a corner, to the surprise of everyone, but it goes across everyone and out for a goal kick

There are nine minutes plus stoppage time for QPR to pull two goals back.

QPR win a corner - Smith heads towards goal but Daniels gathers.

Henrik Dalsgaard replaces Ilias Chatzitheodoridis. He’ll play at right back with Maxime Colin moving to the left

Final change (of the 90) for QPR as Steven Caulker is replaced by Matt Smith

The game has quietened down a bit here.

Ryan Woods gets a standing ovation as he comes on for Kamo Mokotjo. Neal Maupay is replaced by Justin Shaibu.

QPR make a change. Jamie Mackie is on for Pawel Wszolek

Kamo Mokotjo looks to be cramping up as Josh Clarke looks to make it four. He hits the side netting.

Sylla should have made it 3-2 as he heads over from six yards. You have to hit the target

Borysiuk looks to try and score in the right end but his shot flies high and wide. 30 minutes remain here.

Hoops upping the tempo

QPR have really picked it up in the second half. Pressing high up the pitch and looking to get Luke Freeman on the ball.

Performance is much more alike that which we’ve seen over the last few weeks in the Championship

Nico Yennaris turns the tide with a great interception. The ball is played through to Maupay but his touch just lets him down.

Brentford need to get back to playing their football that caused Rangers so many problems. They are under the cosh here.

Nervy moments for Brentford as Andreas Bjelland loses Yeni Ngbakoto. His cross is cleared by Ilias Chatzitheodoridis. QPR pile on the pressure but the offside flag ends the danger.

QPR change

Ryan Manning is replaced by Luke Freeman

Rico Henry is impressed

Jack Robinson goes into the book

There are 9,719 including 2,218 Brentford fans are here at Loftus Road

Second half gets underway with the Bees attacking their supporters. QPR were on top before the break. Can they continue where they left off or can the Bees put this game to bed?

Ryan Woods, who sadly saw the loss of his child two weeks ago, gets a standing ovation from the Brentford fans, who sing “We love you Woodsy, we do.” What a touch.

Is one of football's greatest comebacks on the cards for QPR?

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HALF TIME: QPR 1-3 Brentford

Boos from the home fans. Cheers from the visiting supporters

Brentford are vulnerable when they concede and they have two minutes to get through until the break

QPR 1-3 Brentford (Darnell Furlong 43)

Brentford half-clear a corner and with the ball back in Darnell Furlong heads home. Hope for QPR?

Brentford looking for a fourth again as Romaine Sawyers’ effort is turned behind by Matt Ingram.

Luke Daniels has looked shaky and he is lucky not to give away a penalty after bringing down Sylla. Probably was a spot kick.