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Championship action returns to West London today as QPR prepare to host Hull City.

The Hoops will be determined to get back to winning way, after suffering a midweek defeat against Norwich City; the first of the new season.

Hull sit level on points with Ian Holloway’s men, after picking up four points from a difficult opening run of games.

QPR look set to be without Joel Lynch, Jordan Cousins and Grant Hall, while Steven Caulker is also likely to be rested before Tuesday’s Carabao Cup second round clash with rivals Brentford.

Pawel Wszolek, Yeni Ngbakoto and Idrissa Sylla could all return.

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Full time

QPR 2 Hull City 1

The Hoops have fought back from 1-0 down to tame the Tigers.

Chance Hull

Hull go painfully close to equalising!

A scramble in the box sees the ball cleared off the line before a follow-up header goes just wide.

...and breathe..

GOAL! QPR 2 Hull 1 (Sylla)

GOAL!

Conor Washington gets on the end of Matt Smith’s flick, lobs it over the keeper and Sylla taps home!

Hull go close!

Hull hit QPR on the counter attack with Diamande squaring to Jarrod Bowen who blazes his effort over the bar.

Route One

QPR going route one as they look to deliver the ball into Matt Smith and Idrissa Sylla.

Can QPR get a winner?

GOAL! QPR 1 Hull City 1 (Matt Smith)

GOAL! QPR 1 Hull City 1 (Matt Smith)

Matt Smith’s flick reaches Idrissa Sylla who wriggles free and releases a shot which hits the post and goes for a corner.

From this Freeman swings the ball in to the big frontman who heads home from four yards out.

Final QPR sub

Jamie Mackie is replaced by Idrissa Sylla

Chance Hull

Grosicki fires a free-kick from 25 yards harmlessly over the bar.

QPR chance

Bidwell’s cross is met by the head of Matt Smith, but it’s easily stopped by McGregor.

QPR sub

Pawel Wszolek replacing Alex Baptiste for QPR.

Increased tempo

QPR starting to build up the momentum again. Luongo has been excellent both on and off the ball, with Jamie Mackie looking more lively second half.

Tactical reshuffle

QPR now playing a 4-3-3 with Matt Smith in the middle of Mackie and Washington.

QPR sub

Matt Smith being brought on in place of Kazenga Lua Lua.

A lower tempo

A slow start to the second half.

QPR are the team that need to increase the tempo and build an attack.

Corner QPR

Luongo’s shot charged down and heads for a corner.

Freeman swings it in but it’s headed clear from under the goalkeeper by Michael Dawson.

Hull Sub

Fraizer Campbell replaced by Ondrej Mazuch

Second half underway - QPR 0 Hull City 1

Second half underway - QPR 0 Hull City 1

Attendance

Today’s attendance:12609 (829 Hull City)

A frustrating half for QPR

QPR will be extremely frustrated with how that first half panned out.

The Hoops dominated play for large spells, but were consistently unable to find the final ball to create a real goalscoring chance.

Despite dominating, Luke Freeman’s effort which was scuffed wide of the mark remains QPR’s only real chance of the half, something which isn’t good enough considering their dominance.

It sounds obvious, but if the Hoops don’t make the most of their play, then they are going to struggle, with Hull proving that sides will punish them by taking chances when they do arise.

Half time QPR 0 Hull City 1

QPR 0 Hull City 1

Jarrod Bowen’s first half strike is the difference at the break.

Frustrated build-up play

QPR are pushing forward but trying to be too clever as they build up to an attack.

On various occasions the Hoops have opted for the short corner which hasn’t even resulted in the ball getting into the danger zone.

They need to get the ball into the mix of they are to create more clear-cut chances.

GOAL! QPR 0 Hull City 1 (Jarrod Bowen)

The visitors take the lead.

A cross from David Meyler found Jarrod Bowen at the far post who out-muscled Nedum Onuoha and slotted under Alex Smithies.

Certainly against the run of play.

Another chance for QPR!

Lua Lua laid off to Perch who played it through the defenders legs and crossed for Freeman who’s effort was deflected wide.

Freeman then swung in the corner but overplayed it leading to it going out of play.

Free-kick to QPR

Josh Scowen’s twisting run ended with him being hacked down on the edge of the area.

Lua Lua strikes the free-kick but hits the wall.

Smithies save!

Jarrod Bowen releases a snap-shot from a tight angle which Smithies does well to tip over.

He collects the ball comfortably from the following corner.

Chance Hull

Hull go close to taking the lead.

Sebastien Larrson plays the ball to Diamande who out-muscles Alex Baptiste to get his shot away, but he drags it wide of Smithies’ left post.

Hull counter

The visitors moved really quickly to capitalise on some lapse defending from the Hoops.

Grosicki burst forward and simply had to find the head of Diamande, but he gets it all wrong and it goes for a throw in.

Building momentum

Luongo finds Washington, whose shot deflects for a corner.

Freeman’s cross just missed the head of James Perch but the Hoops win a free-kick in the oppositions half.

Chance QPR

Some excellent build-up play nearly leads to a goal.

Lua Lua and Luongo combine well, with the latter threading the ball through to Conor Washington who cuts the ball back to Freeman on the penalty spot.

Freeman appears to scuff the ball and it goes wide of the target; but excellent play from the Hoops

Encouraging play

QPR looking to pass the ball quickly as Freeman, Lua Lua and Washington combine to move swiftly up the field.

They look dangerous whenever they can find their rhythm as they move from defence to attack.