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QPR boss describes Crystal Palace game as 'cup final'

QPR boss Chris Ramsey views Saturday's game at Crystal Palace as a "cup final" with both London sides battling to avoid relegation.

Ramsey is desperate for points at QPR. Credit: PA

Rangers have lost their last three Premier League games, including a 2-1 home defeat to Ramsey's former side Tottenham last time out, and are 18th in the standings - three points adrift of safety.

Palace are 12th but only eight points above QPR.

We understand this game is a cup final for us. You don't have to say much to the players. Everyone wants to stay in the division.

All of our games are a must-win from now on. Everyone is fighting and we have to win soon in order not to become detached.

– QPR manager Chris Ramsey

Ferdinand charged with misconduct

Les Ferdinand could be banned. Credit: PA

QPR director of football Les Ferdinand has been charged with misconduct after allegedly using abusive and/or insulting words and/or behaviour towards a match official in or around the tunnel area after Saturday's home match against Tottenham, the Football Association has announced.

Starting line-ups: QPR v Spurs

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