please log in to view this image QPR vs Rotherham The Championship Tuesday 24th November 2020 - 19h00 Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium please log in to view this image Previous meetings; Only played them 18 times before, so not many. Games won: 7 Games drawn: 5 Games lost: 6 Ones to remember; 06 Jan 1968 Queens Park Rangers v Rotherham United W 6-0 League Division Two 19 Mar 1983 Queens Park Rangers v Rotherham United W 4-0 League Division Two 16 Jan 2016 Rotherham United v Queens Park Rangers W 0-3 League Championship 18 Mar 2017 Queens Park Rangers v Rotherham United W 5-1 League Championship Ones to forget; 10 Nov 1951 Queens Park Rangers v Rotherham United L 2-3 League Division Two 29 Mar 1952 Rotherham United v Queens Park Rangers L 1-0 League Division Two 10 Dec 2016 Rotherham United v Queens Park Rangers L 1-0 League Championship 13 Mar 2019 Queens Park Rangers v Rotherham United L 1-2 League Championship Players who have played for both; Dexter Blackstock; 2006–2009 Queens Park Rangers 109 (30) 2016–2017 Rotherham United 16 (1) Ryan Manning; 2015–2020 Queens Park Rangers 87 (7) 2018–2019 → Rotherham United (loan) 18 (4) Dominic Ball; 2016–2019 Rotherham United 13 (0) 2019– Queens Park Rangers 39 (2) Match Preview; Our visitors to this early evening game (don't be caught out by the 7pm kick off!) are Rotherham, who were beaten at the weekend, 1-0 at Swansea. That loss leaves them one place, and 2 points behind us, in 19th place. Their joint top scorers this season are Crooks, Barlaser and Lindsay, with 2 goals each. I was encouraged by all but the first few minutes on Saturday. We played some nice football, and deserved a draw which without the lapse of concentration in the opening minutes, could have been a win. Going into Tuesday night, I have glanced at the table and there is an opportunity, with a win, to potentially move up to 10th (even 9th with a win and big swing in the goal difference). It is certainly a chance to get three points that will move us further towards the solid mid-table pack, and stop us from having to keep an eye over our shoulders at the lower end of the table. I'll add team news tomorrow/Tuesday, but wanted to get the thread up before the week started, and give you all time to point out obscure players from the 1930's, 40's, 50's etc...who have played for both.