please log in to view this image QPR vs Portsmouth FC League Cup Kiyan Prince Stadium please log in to view this image History vs Portsmouth; Played 38 Games won: 15 Games drawn: 13 Games lost: 10 Ones to remember; 31 Mar 1973 Queens Park Rangers v Portsmouth W 5-0 League Division Two 07 May 2000 Portsmouth v Queens Park Rangers W 1-3 League Division 1 Ones to forget; 05 Jan 1924 Portsmouth v Queens Park Rangers L 7-0 Division Three (South) 31 Aug 1998 Portsmouth v Queens Park Rangers L 3-0 League Division 1 Other cup meetings (FA or League Cup) 06 Oct 1981 Queens Park Rangers v Portsmouth W 5-0 League Cup 27 Oct 1981 Portsmouth v Queens Park Rangers D 2-2 League Cup 26 Jan 2019 Portsmouth v Queens Park Rangers D 1-1 FA Cup 05 Feb 2019 Queens Park Rangers v Portsmouth W 2-0 FA Cup Players who have played for both; Billy Spence (1926-1993) - no stats found John McClelland 1961–1963 Queens Park Rangers 71 (22) 1963–1968 Portsmouth 137 (36) Paul Walsh 1991 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 2 (0) 1992–1994 Portsmouth 73 (14) Nigel Quashie 1995–1998 Queens Park Rangers 58 (3) 2000–2005 Portsmouth 148 (13) 2010 Queens Park Rangers 4 (0) Peter Crouch 2000–2001 Queens Park Rangers 42 (10) 2001–2002 Portsmouth 37 (18) Patrick Agyemang; 2008–2012 Queens Park Rangers 75 (15) 2013 → Portsmouth (loan) 15 (3) 2013–2015 Portsmouth 49 (4) Tommy Smith 2009–2010 Portsmouth 19 (1) 2010–2012 Queens Park Rangers 50 (8 Wayne Routledge 2006 → Portsmouth (loan) 13 (0) 2009–2010 Queens Park Rangers 44 (3) 2011 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 20 (5) Sam Magri, sort of; 2012 Portsmouth 0 (0) 2012–2014 Queens Park Rangers 0 (0) Niko Kranjcar 2006–2009 Portsmouth 83 (9) 2013–2015 → Queens Park Rangers (loan) 51 (4) David Wheeler 2017–2019 Queens Park Rangers 9 (1) 2018–2019 → Portsmouth (loan) 11 (0) Match Preview; This being a cup game, I reckon all form is irrelevant, but Portsmouth sit in 16th in League 1, with one win in their first four. They'll have been particularly disappointed with Saturday, when they let a 3-1 lead slip away against 9 man Coventry. I'm sure there will be a few changes to our side, but it'd be nice if there weren't mass changes imo. Good for consistency and a cup run would be great. From the official; QPR’S attention switches to the Carabao Cup with the visit of Portsmouth. The R’s head into the second-round tie in a positive mood, following Saturday’s 3-1 win over Wigan Athletic, Rangers’ spirits will also be raised by the dramatic penalty shootout win over Championship rivals Bristol City in the previous round. In contrast Portsmouth head into this cup tie, following a week’s break allowing them to prepare for the fixture. This was due to the Victorious festival being hosted in the city. Pompey reached the second round following their convincing 3-0 victory over Birmingham City. Team News: Portsmouth: Lee Brown (Achilles), Bryan Morris (Stomach), Ryan Williams (Out), Oli Hawkins (Out) QPR: Olamide Shodipo (Knee), Luke Amos (Hamstring), Geoff Cameron (Doubt), Lee Wallace (Doubt) Pre-Match Words: QPR manager Mark Warburton: Portsmouth manager Kenny Jackett: “It’s a big week for us, with QPR and Blackpool coming up- which are going to provide different types of tests, we have to give people opportunities and also ensure we’re ready for both games this week, it’s about balancing the two.” Enjoy those who can go, and be sure to give Kenny Jackett (their boss) a warm welcome back. COME ON YOU SUPER HOOPSA!