MATCHDAY RECAP: Canaries thrashed by QPR on miserable Easter Monday

PUBLISHED: 16:57 02 April 2018 | UPDATED: 18:56 02 April 2018

Angus Gunn was at fault for QPR's second goal in a 4-1 defeat. 
Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Angus Gunn was at fault for QPR's second goal in a 4-1 defeat. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

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Norwich City spent a miserable Easter Monday in London as they lost 4-1 to QPR in their latest Championship fixture.

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Our Canaries correspondents Paddy Davitt and David Freezer are following the Canaries from the matchday build-up to full-time fallout, to bring you all the action and talking points before, during and after this afternoon’s second-tier clash with Rangers.

City are looking to bounce back from a 2-0 home defeat to in-form Fulham on Good Friday which has left them with just one win from their last nine games, leaving them meandering in mid-table with seven games remaining.

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Daniel Farke’s team are looking to complete a league double over the R’s though, having won 2-0 at Carrow Road back in August thanks to goals from Nelson Oliveira and Harrison Reed.

Ian Holloway’s team are a place and five points below Norwich in 15th place in the table after a 1-0 loss at Reading on Friday which brought an end to a four-match unbeaten run. Rangers have won three and drawn one of their last five home games, including a 5-2 loss to Nottingham Forest, to continue an extremely inconsistent season.

Each and every Norwich City first-team game, our reporters will be on the scene.

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