Rob Dickie scored a late match-winner to help QPR produce one of the narrow football scores of the weekend in the Championship. Cameron Jerome opened the scoring in the 37th minute before Andy Gray equalized from the penalty spot. Just when it looked like both teams would share the points, Dickie scored the winner in the 83rd minute.

Managers Reaction

Luton boss Nathan Jones said: “I feel low, I’ve got to be honest with you, the manner of it, just disappointed. The decisions to give them the goals were poor, I felt we were decent all afternoon, we were excellent first half and this is a tough one to take. These have never got to play well to beat us, I don’t know what it is, because we have chance after chance against them away from home and we gift them the goals and then here exactly the same. Just stay on your feet, you don’t have to dive in, so I’m just disappointed with the goals, it’s killed me and I’m finding it hard to speak.”

QPR boss Mark Warburton: “It was three very important points for us. An excellent second-half performance – first half I thought we were hurried, didn’t get the ball down, thought the balance second half was much better, matched their physicality, a lot of balls won aerially, we stepped in and looked a good team second half. It was an important goal, a really important goal after being on a run of below-par form. We’ve had a massive dip and people have been writing us off, now we’re fourth in the table.”

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