QPR v Burnley: Tickets available for Loftus Road clash

Tickets for Queens Park Rangers' clash with Burnley are on sale now on viagogo

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Queens Park Rangers host Burnley at Loftus Road on Saturday 6 December, and tickets for the Premier League clash are on sale now at viagogo.

Anyone looking to buy tickets for the game can do so by clicking here, subject to availability.

Harry Redknapp’s side will be looking to build on their dramatic 3-2 win over Leicester City at Loftus Road in their next home game.

That win lifted the Hoops off the bottom of the Premier League table, and this weekend’s clash with Burnley could end up proving to be a vital game in the relegation scrap.

Speaking after Saturday’s victory, manager Redknapp said: “We are scoring goals which is good but we defended well today when we had to.

“That win has put us right back into the pack but we have Swansea and Burnley coming up, every game is vital.”

So with the stage set for another intriguing Premier League clash in west London, why not book your place at Loftus Road today?

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