QPR manager Ian Holloway says he is pleased that his side will get another opportunity to play against Union Berlin when they face off tomorrow night.
The original match which took place on Saturday, was postponed after just 13 minutes due to adverse weather, and he's delighted to get another bite of the cherry.
Speaking to the club's website he said: "We’ll have another go against Berlin tomorrow.
"It’s only right that we give our wonderful fans and their wonderful fans the opportunity to watch this game in their fantastic stadium.
“We know a little bit more about them from the 12 or so minutes that we played. They’re a really good team, so it’ll be another good pre-season game for us.
“I’ll play the same team that started the game yesterday.
“It’s a good chance for us to prepare and take another step forward as we look ahead to an exciting season at QPR.”
Holloway also spoke following his side's defeat against Lokomotive Leipzig today.
Despite losing the match 3-2, he was pleased with the progress made by the young side, who visibly grew in confidence as the match unfolded.
He said: "I was pleased with certain aspects of the game.
“With two games in two days there was always going to be one game when I fielded a slightly younger side.
“I was pleased with how they (the younger players) did though. They kept their concentration and showed good character to come through the 90 minutes, which for some of them was a new experience with this group.
“We were a little bit flat in the first half, but we still created a lot of chances that we somehow failed to take. That was a frustration, but the fact we created so many opportunities was encouraging.
“I don’t like losing matches and nor do my players.
“The lads are a little bit sombre but I’ve told them to get their heads up because there was a lot to be pleased with.”