Queens Park Rangers and Swansea City draw 1-1 on Saturday. HIGHLIGHTS

LONDON. Queens Park Rangers and Swansea City draw 1-1. J. Lowe scored the first goal (27') for Queens Park Rangers. J. Fulton equalized (81').

Queens Park Rangers and Swansea City draw 1-1 on Saturday. HIGHLIGHTS

LONDON. Queens Park Rangers and Swansea City draw 1-1. J. Lowe scored the first goal (27′) for Queens Park Rangers. J. Fulton equalized (81′). Swansea City was much better in terms of ball possession (66%)​

The match was played at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium stadium in London on Saturday and it started at 3:00 pm local time. The referee was John Busby with the help of Mark Pottage and Andrew Dallison. The 4th official was Paul Howard. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was quite cold at 3.9 degrees Celsius or 38.93 Fahrenheit. The humidity was 75%.​

Match Statistics​

  • ! 34 Ball Possession 66
Shots
  • 16 Total 15
  • 6 On Target 2
  • 10 Off Target 13
  • 0 Shots blocked 1
  • 83 Attack 94
  • 35 Dangerous attack 46
  • 0 Ball safe​ 0
  • 0 Penalties 0
  • 5 Corners 8
  • 1 Off Sides 2
Fouls
  • 15 Total 14
  • 0 Yellow Cards 0
  • 0 Double Yellow 0
  • 0 Red Card 0
Other
  • 4 Substitutions 3

Ball possession

Swansea City had a superior ball possession 66% while Queens Park Rangers was struggling with a 34% ball possession.

Attitude and shots

Swansea City was putting more pressure with 46 dangerous attacks and 15 shots of which 2 were on target. Notwithstanding, that was not enough Swansea City to win the contest​.

Queens Park Rangers shot 16 times, 6 on target, 10 off target. Regarding the opposition, Swansea City shot 15 times, 2 on target, 13 off target.

Cards

None of the teams received any yellow card.

Match Timeline

Jamal Lowe(goal)
27'
Osman Kakay- sub ->Ethan Laird
38'
58'
Luke Cundle- sub ->Liam Cullen
Christopher Willock- sub ->Lyndon Dykes
58'
59'
Olivier Ntcham- sub ->Joe Allen
61'
Andrew Fisher- sub ->Steven Benda
81'
Jay Fulton(goal)
Andre Dozzell- sub ->T. Iroegbunam
89'
Albert Adomah- sub ->Tyler Roberts
90'

Standings

After this match, Queens Park Rangers will have 38 points to remain in the 13th place. Regarding the opposition, Swansea City will have 39 points to sit in the 12th place.

Next matches

In the next match in the Championship, Queens Park Rangers will host Bristol City on the 6th of May with a 9-8 head to head statistic in favor of Bristol City (7 draws).

Swansea City will host West Bromwich Albion on the 6th of May with a 12-8 head to head statistic in favor of Swansea City (3 draws).

Queens Park Rangers – Formation

Queens Park Rangers
G
Seny Dieng 1.Senegal
6.3
D
Kenneth Paal 22.Netherlands
7.1
D
Robert Dickie 4.England
6.6
D
Jimmy Dunne 3.Republic of Ireland
7.0
D
Ethan Laird 27.England
7.1
38'
M
Ilias Chair 10.Morocco
6.3
M
Samuel Field 15.England
6.9
M
Tim Iroegbunam 47.England
7.3
89'
M
Jamal Lowe 18.England
6.8
Goals27'
M
Tyler Roberts 11.Wales
7.6
90'
F
Lyndon Dykes 9.Australia
7.1
58'
Substitutes
G
Jordan Archer 13.Scotland
D
Jake Clarke-Salter 5.England
D
Osman Kakay 2.Sierra Leone
6.4
38'
M
6.8
58'
M
Andre Dozzell 17.England
89'
M
Stefan Johansen 6.Norway
M
Albert Adomah 37.Ghana
6.6
90'

Queens Park Rangers adopted the 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

The manager Neil Critchley decided to play with the following team: Seny Dieng (6.3), Ethan Laird (7.1), Robert Dickie (6.6), Jimmy Dunne (7.0), Kenneth Paal (7.1), Tim Iroegbunam (7.3), Samuel Field (6.9), Tyler Roberts (7.6), Jamal Lowe (6.8), Ilias Chair (6.3) and Lyndon Dykes (7.1).

The home team had on the bench: Jake Clarke-Salter, Christopher Willock (6.8), Jordan Archer, Andre Dozzell, Stefan Marius Johansen, Osman Kakay (6.4) and Albert Adomah (6.6).

Substitutions

Queens Park Rangers made 4 changes: Ethan Laird for Osman Kakay (38′), Lyndon Dykes for Chris Willock (58′), T. Iroegbunam for Andre Dozzell (89′) and Tyler Roberts for Albert Adomah (90′).

Best player: Tyler Roberts​

The most impressive player for Queens Park Rangers was Tyler Roberts.

His rating is (7.6) with 19 passes (73% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 6 duels out of 12. He performed 2 crosses.

Swansea City – Formation

Swansea City
G
6.4
61'
D
Ryan Manning 3.Republic of Ireland
7.9
D
Ben Cabango 5.Wales
7.3
D
Joel Latibeaudiere 22.England
6.8
D
Harry Darling 6.England
7.8
M
Joe Allen 7.Wales
6.4
59'
M
Jay Fulton 4.Scotland
7.1
Goals81'
M
Matt Grimes 8.England
6.8
M
Oliver Cooper 31.Wales
6.8
F
Liam Cullen 20.Wales
6.6
58'
F
Joel Piroe 17.Netherlands
6.4
Substitutes
G
Andrew Fisher 1.England
6.8
61'
D
Kyle Naughton 26.England
D
Nathan Wood-Gordon 23.England
D
Matthew Sorinola 29.England
M
Olivier Ntcham 10.France
7.0
59'
M
Luke Cundle 18.England
6.8
58'
M
Cameron Congreve 45.Wales

Also Swansea City adopted the 4-2-3-1 line-up (4-2-3-1).

Russell Martin played with: Steven-Andreas Benda (6.4), Joel Latibeaudiere (6.8), Ben Cabango (7.3), Harry Darling (7.8), Ryan Manning (7.9), Matt Grimes (6.8), Joe Allen (6.4), Oliver Cooper (6.8), Jay Fulton (7.1), Liam Cullen (6.6) and Joël Piroe (6.4).

These were the players on the bench: Olivier Ntcham (7.0), Kyle Naughton, Luke Cundle (6.8), Cameron Congreve, Andrew Fisher (6.8), Nathan Wood-Gordon and Matthew Sorinola.

Swansea City could not rely on the presence of Olivier Ntcham (injured) and Andy Fisher (injured).

Substitutions

Swansea City made 3 changes: Liam Cullen for Luke Cundle (58′), Joe Allen for Olivier Ntcham (59′) and Steven Benda for Andy Fisher (61′).

Best player: Ryan Manning​

The most impressive player for Swansea City was Ryan Manning.

His rating is (7.9) with 54 passes (90% accurate) and 8 key passes. He was won 5 duels out of 9. He performed 13 crosses.

Results of the day

These are the results of the day in the Championship.​