QPR v Man United: Tickets on sale for January league clash

Tickets for Queens Park Rangers v Manchester United are on sale now at viagogo

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Queens Park Rangers host Manchester United at Loftus Road on Saturday 17 January 2015 – and tickets for the showdown clash are available now at viagogo.

Click here to buy tickets for QPR v Man United

Manchester United head to Loftus Road in January looking to continue their bid for Champions League qualification.

Louis van Gaal’s side are not considered by most to be in the Premier League title race, with a top-four finish their priority this term.

United don’t have the distraction of European action this season, so their Premier League matches have taken on an even greater significance.

Harry Redknapp’s Queens Park Rangers side, meanwhile, will be desperate to pick up points wherever possible as the west London club aim to beat the drop this season.

There is sure to be plenty at stake when the Hoops host the Red Devils in west London in January, so why not book your place at Loftus Road today?

Click here to buy tickets for QPR v Man United

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