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CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP: Preston struggle at home once again


CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP: Preston struggle at home once again after Blackburn make them pay with man-advantage while QPR overcome Rotherham in a five-goal thriller

  • Preston North End crashed to their sixth home defeat of the season on Tuesday
  • Blackburn made the pay after taking advantage of Joe Rafferty’s red card
  • Rovers comfortably walked away with all three points following their 3-0 win
  • Elsewhere, Osayi-Samuel inspired QPR to a thrilling 3-2 win over Rotherham
  • Luton made it four games unbeaten as they fought back to draw to Birmingham 

Preston crashed to their sixth home defeat of the season with Blackburn taking advantage of Joe Rafferty’s 44th-minute red card to claim a 3-0 victory.

The defender hauled down Sam Gallagher for a penalty scored by Adam Armstrong. Ben Brereton and Tyrhys Dolan added goals in the second half.

Bright Osayi-Samuel inspired QPR to a thrilling 3-2 win over Rotherham.

Preston crashed to their sixth home defeat of the season after Blackburn breezed to a 3-0 win

Ilias Chair put the hosts ahead after 20 minutes before Michael Smith’s 38th-minute equaliser. But two goals in first-half injury time proved decisive.

Osayi-Samuel scored in fine style and Lyndon Dykes then thumped in a penalty after Dan Barlaser’s handball. 

Freddie Ladapo pulled a goal back with six minutes left for the Millers.

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Elsewhere, Bright Osayi-Samuel (front) inspired QPR to a thrilling 3-2 win over Rotherham

Luton made it four games unbeaten as they fought back to draw at home to Birmingham. 

Striker Lukas Jutkiewicz’s penalty after Elliot Lee’s handball was cancelled out when Matty Pearson turned home from Luke Berry’s corner.



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