QPR came away with a much-deserved 1-1 draw as they faced promotion rivals Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough.

Both sides had chances to get a winner but in the end a draw was probably a fair result.

But who were QPR's most influential players at Hillsborough?

QPR manager Ian Holloway calls Sheffield Wednesday test 'one of the toughest fixtures anybody could have'

Three stars - Josh Scowen

The former Barnsley man gave an all-round great performance. His main role was breaking up play and being disciplined which he did well, but he was also key in freeing Luke Freeman and Massimo Luongo on the counter attack, which wasinstumental to QPR's gameplan.

Two Stars - Jamie Mackie

The front man just didn't stop running. Being rested midweek seemed to do him good as he once again led by example and gave the defenders no time on the ball. He did extremely well with his goal as well, sliding the ball coolly under Kieren Westwood.

One star - Massimo Luongo

The midfield metronome came into his own in the second half as the pressure ramped up on QPR. Luongo showed vision and composure to keep the ball and pass with accuracy as the Hoops looked to ease the momentum from going in the Owls' favour.