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Diouf has made a difference down the left. He wins a throw which Peltier will take. Pearce is up after a cross from Austin but it skims off his head and wide.
Elland Road crowd certainly doing what they can. Really getting behind Brian McDermott's men. Smith flicks on and Poleon has a go with the outside of his right foot but it falls to Green easily in the QPR goal.
Diouf gets the crowd going by winning a corner. It's taken short back to Diouf but there's a lack of Leeds players attacking the ball.
Johnson crosses well to Hoilett but it's wide. Another warning for Leeds who earlier backed off Hoilett and let him shoot at goal.
GOAL! Hill converts from close range after Leeds make a real mess of defending the set piece. Barton was the one who delivered it.
Hill's ball is intercepted but finds it's way to Johnson. Barton's shot is wide and goes down and is now receiving treatment.
Another half chance for QPR. Wright-Phillips finds time and space in the box but his lay off to Austin is hammered over the bar.
Still quite cagey. QPR edge forward through Austin down the right and the ball makes it's way back to Barton who gives it away.
Barton with a back heel when in a good position but Leeds clear. Redknapp now contemplating changes from the bench.
Leeds starting to enjoy more of the ball again. Poleon has a half chance but it's straight at Kenny.
Leeds deserve credit for how they have defended s a team but will the changes disrupt things? They've won a corner.
Barton tries to get QPR going again but Green does really well.
Leeds thought they had a shout for a penalty on the earlier attack but it didn't hit Henry's arm as many in the crowd thought.
McCormack picks the ball up and plays it wide to Peltier. Good build up by Leeds but QPR break. Game stretched a little now.
QPR look to set Wright-Phillips through again and Leeds clear. Not for long though as Austin has a go from distance but it's wide.
Barton takes the corner and the former Manchester City man prepares to take another as it's cleared.
Big chance for QPR. Warnock with a bad back pass which lets Austin in. Great save from Kenny. Corner.
Wright-Phillips, probably QPR's best player in the first period, finds some space after wriggling free but he screws his shot well wide.
Patient play from QPR through Henry and Wright-Phillips but Leeds defend well and break away with the ball. McDermott has a solid defensive shape.
Yet another corner for Leeds. From the right. Can Warnock find one of the big men? It comes off Green and goes out the other side for another corner. Pressure.
Another Leeds corner. Barton barking instructions at his defenders. Warnock to take but Austin heads away for QPR.
Baton clatters into Austin on the edge of the box. It looked like a free kick to Leeds but the referee waved away the protests. Still 0-0 here.
Excellent challenge by Wootton on Johnson. The former Manchester United players has looked solid so far.
Unlucky. McCormack tries a pass with the outside of his boot but it trickles through to Kenny in goal.
High challenge from Dunne and Leeds have a the chance to deliver from a dangerous position. It's cleared well by QPR but Murphy's follow up shot is tame.
You get the impression that the side who remains the most composed in the final third will go on and score some goals.
Corner for Leeds though. McCormack this time found space down the left. Pearce attacked the cross but Varney is adjudged to have fouled someone in the box. QPR free kick.
McCormack floats one in but Hunt can't get up high enough. Very tight at the moment. Lack of real opportunities. Fascinating encounter.
Johnson lays it wide to Simpson but his cross is headed wide by Wright-Phillips. Plenty of width to this QPR side.
Varney does well down the left and he wins a throw. Varney prepared to drive at Onuoha. McCormack full of confidence then has another go but it doesn't trouble Green in the QPR goal.
McCormack it is who looks most likely for Leeds always looking for a clever pass. This time he sets Austin up and he fires over.
Austin does well again for QPR but his ball for Johnson is a little bit long. Warning signs there for Leeds.
Signs of life now and the crowd are really up for it especially after Austin's blockbuster a few moments ago.
At the other end McCormack is trying to fit into little gaps between the lines. SMASH! Austin straight in on Wright-Phillips.
Barton scores! But, the flag was up, offside. Excellent build up play. Was he offside though? Big call from the referee's assistant.
Austin links up with Wright-Phillips but Peltier makes a good challenge. He had to get that one spot on inside the area.
Leeds really pressing QPR high up the pitch. They make space on the left though and Wright-Phillips' header is easy for Kenny.
Paul Green tries his luck with his left foot but it goes high and wide. McDermott will be happy. Early days though.
McCormack with another run down the right and he wins his side a throw near the corner flag. Good start from Leeds.
The players are out and as you can imagine there is quite an atmosphere at Elland Road for this one.
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Not quite sure what to expect this afternoon, but what a fixture to get the footballing weekend off and running.
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Leeds remain unbeaten this season and could go top of the table with victory over Harry Redknapp's side. QPR impressed last week away at Bolton and the travelling fans will expect more of the same.
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QPR starting XI v Leeds United: Green, Simpson, Onuoha, Dunne, Hill, Wright-Phillips, Barton, Henry, O'Neil, Johnson, Austin.
Leeds United starting XI v QPR: Kenny, Peltier, Wootton, Pearce, Warnock, Green, Austin, Murphy, McCormack, Hunt, Varney.