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QPR v Leeds United: How to watch, TV channel, kick-off time, head-to-head stats and team news

Leeds United can take another step closer to an immediate return to the Premier League when they travel to Loftus Road to face QPR on Friday night.

Daniel Farke's outfit reignited their automatic promotion hopes with a gripping 4-3 triumph over Middlesbrough on Monday and the Whites can open up a four-point gap over Ipswich in third if they prevail in this contest.

QPR strengthened their survival prospects with a win over Preston last time out and Marti Cifuentes' side can confirm their Championship status for next season with victory over Leeds.

QPR v Leeds

How to watch QPR v Leeds United and TV Channel

The match will be televised live on Sky Sports Football & Main Event in the UK. 

QPR v Leeds United kick-off time, date and venue

The Championship fixture will kick off at 20:00 on Friday 26th April at Loftus Road in west London.

QPR v Leeds United stats and head-to-head record (H2H)

After a three-game winless streak, QPR put some breathing space between themselves and the bottom three with a 1-0 win over Preston.

Leeds were also on a three-game winless streak prior to their 4-3 victory over Middlesbrough, a victory which hauled them back into the automatic promotion places.

While Daniel Farke's side boast the best home record in the division, their form away from home remains impressive, accumulating 37 points from 22 matches.

QPR have won each of the last three meetings between these two sides at Loftus Road.

QPR v Leeds United head-to-head record (H2H)

QPR wins




Leeds wins


*H2H stats refer to all competitions

Read the latest tips, prediction and odds for QPR v Leeds here.

QPR v Leeds United team news

QPR team news

Taylor Richards, Rayan Kolli and Michael Frey are the only absentees for Marti Cifuentes, with the Spaniard likely to retain the same starting XI that defeated Preston.

Leeds United team news

Daniel James has been ruled out of this clash after sustaining a hip and abdominal injury during Leeds' win over Middlesbrough, meaning Wilfried Gnonto will likely retain his place on the flank.

Pascal Struijk remains unavailable after undergoing groin surgery.

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