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Summary

  1. All the action and reaction as Leeds United take on QPR in the Championship
  2. Leeds make four changes but Bellusci keeps his place
  3. Wood scores ninth of the season to put Leeds ahead
  4. Chery penalty draws QPR level

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By Amy Lofthouse

All times stated are UK

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  1. Good evening

    Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Leeds

    A draw that feels like a loss, and it's come about from a needless challenge by Giuseppe Bellusci, who will have better weeks.

    You can listen to our post-match interview with Steve Evans here.

    We'll be back on Saturday for the game against Burnley, which is an early kick-off. Until then, thank you very much for joining us, and goodnight!

  2. More from Evans

    Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Steve Evans

    "Bailey Peacock-Farrell will play many more games for Leeds United," Steve Evans said.

    "I protect all my players. Giuseppe obviously gives the penalty away with a rash challenge and it's disappointing for all of us.

    "Sol Bamba was in contention to play tonight but he wasn't feeling 100% so I made it an easy decision to play Giuseppe.

    "I thought he was outstanding in Rotherham up until the 90th minute and I thought he was very good tonight. It was a sloppy, individual mistake that we need to stop because these errors are costing us points.

    "It's hard to take."

  3. Steve Evans on tonight's draw

    Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Steve Evans

    "You only need to look at the way Chris Wood was in the first half to see he's back to his old self," Steve Evans told BBC Radio Leeds.

    "Luke Murphy's pass was fantastic and Chris has managed to send it in. I've just said to the players, that should see us over the line.

    "I think the performance was good but the supporters will go away hugely disappointed, as will I."

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  5. Neil Redfearn on Peacock-Farrell

    Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Neil Redfearn has been covvring the Huddersfield Town game for BBC Radio Leeds, but he had some thoughts about Bailey Peacock-Farrell, who was at the Academy when Redfearn was manager.

    "It's really tremendous to see him performing," he said. "He has this real attitude to want to do well and be successful.

    "He's come through a scholarship, learnt the game well and he has a real level-headedness about it.

    "It's great news for Leeds United to see him join the names of young players that have come through."

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  7. Noel on QPR

    Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    You can see that QPR, on both wings, have quality but they struggle to score.

    They struggle for the quality in the box and scoring goals wins you games.

    Neither side gets the goal that wins the game. When we conceded that penalty we went in to our shells and I worry that if they had conceded the goal first they would have lost.

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  9. More from Noel

    Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    We controlled the majority of the game and we were pushing for a goal.

    I really don't think, without that penalty, that they would have scored a goal.

  10. Popey on Bellusci

    Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Adam Pope

    BBC West Yorkshire Sport

    I can't defend him for that.

    I've tried to see it differently but he cannot defend, and that is what he's there to do.

    It's happened twice now, in crucial moments, where Leeds have needed him and he's let them down.

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  12. Noel on today's game

    Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    Decision making and game management, that's what it comes down to.

    All he had to do was shadow him so he can't cross into the box. I don't understand why people make these decisions knowing that contact will result in a penalty.

    The decision making from Bellusci has cost Leeds United a win.

  13. FULL TIME: LEEDS 1-1 QPR

    Chris Wood

    History repeats itself, as Giuseppe Bellusci brings about another penalty for the opposition, and it has exactly the same result.

    Chris Wood's goal was the only difference in a fairly mundane game, before Bellusci brought down Sebastian Polter and Tjaron Chery slammed the penalty home. Three points down to one.

    Thoughts, Leeds fans? Keep them clean and tweet us @wysdaily

  14. Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Close for Leeds, as Lewie Coyle hammers a fine shot straight into the arms of Alex Smithies. He was off-side but there was some great build up, thanks to Lewis Cook's fine run down the right.

  15. Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Giuseppe Bellusci is getting roundly booed by the Leeds fans. That penalty has taken all the scrap out of Leeds, and both sides are now just seeing it out.

  16. Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Mustapha Carayol comes off and Mirco Antenucci is on, as we set ourselves for three minutes of added time.

  17. Leeds 1-1 QPR

    On the penalty, it was Giuseppe Bellusci who brought down Sebastian Polter. It was a pretty needless challenge, Polter was nowhere near goal and wasn't driving towards it, and that's another error from Bellusci that's led to a penalty. 

  18. GOAL CHERY: Leeds 1-1 QPR

    Tjaron Chery steps up, facing debutant Bailey Peacock-Farrell, and fires it into the top hand corner. The keeper had no chance of saving that but man. Twice in one week...

  19. BreakingPENALTY QPR: Leeds 1-0 QPR

    Well, it was going really well for about ten minutes, and now Leeds have done what they do and messed up a lead.