Leeds United manager Thomas Christiansen has picked out QPR forwards Conor Washington and Matt Smith as the men to watch at Loftus Road.

QPR have struggled for goals this term, with Washington struggling to regularly hit the goal trail, while Smith appears to have a job on his hands to break into Ian Holloway's starting XI.

Speaking in his pre-match press conference, Christiansen said: "I believe up front they have Washington, they have Smith. What I say to my players is we have to look at ourselves.

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“We will go to Loftus Road believing that we can take the three points, this is what we will be going for and I believe we can achieve that.

“QPR will come out strongly though in front of their own fans, they are good at home and have made it difficult for good teams in this league.

“In their last home game they were 2-0 down and drew the game 2-2 in the last minute, which nobody expected.”