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Harry Redknapp maintains QPR can still secure automatic promotion from the Championship as they look to overcome "the first little blip" of their season.
Rangers have slipped out of the top two following a winless run of four matches, losing 1-0 at Charlton to a stoppage-time goal on Saturday.
– Harry Redknapp
This is the first little blip we have had all season probably and it can happen. We have got four or five of our better players missing at the moment, and that is how it has gone.
If we end up in the play-offs, then I still fancy us, that is how it goes.
We had a massive turnaround… a lot of good players who left because they were earning too much money and they had to go.
We have put a new team together and if you had said at the start of the year we would make the play-offs, I think we would have been quite happy.
We can still make automatic (promotion), it is not impossible.
Championship side Birmingham have added Liverpool winger Jordan Ibe to their long list of loaness.
The former Wycombe youngster has joined the midlands outfit until the end of the season.
An 18-year-old man has been arrested after allegedly posting a racist Twitter message before a Sky Bet Championship match.
Nottinghamshire Police said the suspect had been detained on suspicion of committing a racially-aggravated public order offence ahead of Nottingham Forest's home fixture against Leicester on Wednesday night.
A police spokesman said the alleged offence involved a tweet directed at Leicester's supporters.
Nottingham Forest were denied the chance to blow the Sky Bet Championship promotion race wide open as Riyad Mahrez earned 10-man Leicester a point with a late goal as a drama-filled east midlands derby ended 2-2.
Billy Davies' hosts fought from going a goal down to Jamie Vardy's 29th-minute strike to take a 2-1 lead through a thumping header from Jamie Paterson and an Andy Reid penalty just before the break.
Nigel Pearson's league leaders were far from beaten however and, despite being a man light following Paul Konchesky's 60th-minute red card, snatched a 2-2 draw late on when Mahrez fired home amid a goalmouth scramble after Karl Darlow had saved Kevin Phillips' penalty.
QPR's Brazil goalkeeper Julio Cesar is to join Toronto FC on loan, the Major League Soccer club have announced.
Terms of the 34-year-old's deal, including the length, were not disclosed.