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QPR need Leroy Fer to return and provide midfield drive vs West Ham

Injured since February, Leroy Fer's return could be crucial as QPR fight to avoid relegation.

Let's face facts: QPR's fading hopes of maintaining their lucrative Premier League status hang on Saturday's match against West Ham. Although almost every Rangers match since Christmas has been labelled a "must-win," a victory this weekend could genuinely change everything. Otherwise the recent late goals conceded against Aston Villa and Chelsea, that resulted in Chris Ramsey's side picking up one point instead of four, could be considered nails in their coffin.

West Ham have given up on this...

Fer close to Rangers return

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QPR manager Chris Ramsey will make a late decision on whether to risk Leroy Fer for Saturday's crucial match at home to West Ham.

Fer is close to overcoming a knee injury that has kept him out since February, while Yun Suk-young is also available having recovered from concussion.

Richard Dunne is fit again after returning from a knee injury but Rio Ferdinand Eduardo Vargas and Alejandro Faurlin remain sidelined.

Ramsey believes three wins in the last five games will be enough to secure Barclays Premier...

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Chris Ramsey believes he's the man for Queens Park Rangers

Chris Ramsey, right, shakes hands with Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood.

QPR manager Chris Ramsey is convinced he is the right man to bring long-term success to Loftus Road, whether Rangers are relegated or not.

Ramsey has overseen just one victory since he was appointed permanent manager in February, but four points from games against Aston Villa and West Brom, and a narrow defeat to Chelsea, have revived hopes of survival.

West Ham's Sam Allardyce and Bournemouth's Eddie Howe have both been linked with Ramsey's job in the summer, but the former Tottenham coach believes...

Premier League's best weekend bets

Arsenal and Chelsea square off this weekend in a battle of the Prem's top sides.
Arsenal and Chelsea square off this weekend in a battle of the Prem's top sides.

The top two teams in the English Premier League meet this weekend, although even an Arsenal win would be unlikely to stop Chelsea eventually claiming the title. That is the biggest game of matchday 34, which also features several clashes involving sides at the other end of the table battling to avoid relegation.

Following four winners from five selections on the mid-week Champions League games, handicapper James Eastham guides you toward the best value bets among this weekend's Prem fixtures.

Arsenal (home) vs. Chelsea

Asian handicap: Arsenal -0.25 (+106) vs. Chelsea +0.25 (-113)
3-way line: Arsenal +139 / Chelsea +229 / Draw +235
PickCenter public consensus moneyline pick: 59 percent Arsenal
Total: 2.25 (Over -110, Under +101)

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QPR deserving of more after crushing loss to Chelsea

QPR manager Chris Ramsey expresses his disappointment with allowing a late goal to Chelsea and defends his keeper in saying that the goal wasn't his fault.

QPR boss Chris Ramsey does not want sympathy from anyone, but he probably deserves plenty of it after QPR's latest act of self-flagellation. After thrashings at the start of the season from Tottenham and Manchester United, Rangers have refused to be anyone's whipping boy, but they have repeatedly been the architects of their own demise with moments of madness that leave them staring relegation blankly in the face.

The team selection for the match against Chelsea was faultless: Karl Henry was...