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Summary

  1. Polter heads QPR ahead early on
  2. Henry's deflected effort levels for Wolves
  3. Chery hits post late on for QPR

Live Reporting

By Phil Cartwright

All times stated are UK

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  1. FT: QPR 1-1 Wolves

    Thanks for your company today. If you missed some of this live text commentary, take a look at Phil Shepka's match report of QPR's draw with Wolves.

    As far as the Football League is concerned, we'll be back with you on Monday as Burnley host Derby. Our live text and radio commentary starts at 19:30 GMT. Hope you can join us then.

  2. Saturday's fixtures

    Elsewhere in the Championship today, Middlesbrough will look to extend their lead at the top of the table as they host Nottingham Forest.

    Second-placed Hull go to Fulham, while fifth-placed Brighton are at home to Huddersfield.

    At the bottom, three points are surely a must for Bolton against MK Dons, one of the sides above them in the battle to avoid relegation.

  3. FT: QPR 1-1 Wolves

    The draw at Loftus Road does little for either side's play-off aspirations. Wolves remain 10th and are seven points from a top-six spot, while QPR are three points further back.

  4. Player reaction

    FT: QPR 1-1 Wolves

    QPR debutant Conor Washington speaking to Sky Sports: "It was a good atmosphere to come into. We're disappointed with the result, especially after our first-half performance. But Wolves have been on a good run so it's a good point."

    Wolves winger and man of the match Rajiv van La Parra: "I had a good game, we didn't win, but we can be happy with a point."

  5. FULL-TIME

    QPR 1-1 Wolves

    It's all over. A point apiece at Loftus Road, and a result that suits neither team.

    Sebastian Polter put QPR in front after two minutes, with James Henry equalising three minutes into the second half.

    Reaction to follow shortly.

  6. QPR 1-1 Wolves

    QPR's Tjaronn Chery tries his luck from 20 yards but it's well wide. Looks like this one is heading for a draw.

  7. QPR 1-1 Wolves

    Four added minutes.

  8. QPR HIT THE POST

    QPR 1-1 Wolves

    Almost an instant impact for the two QPR substitutes. Conor Washington gets to the byline on the left touchline and pulls the ball back to Tjaronn Chery, who smacks the post from eight yards.

    Should have buried it. Is that QPR's chance missed?

  9. QPR 1-1 Wolves

    The breaks in play for Dave Edwards' injury and the two recent substitutions seem to have killed Wolves' momentum a little bit. Dominic Iorfa is forced into conceding a QPR corner.

    Leroy Fer meets it at the far post, and it appears to take a flick of Danny Batth behind for another corner, but the officials decide otherwise.

  10. SUBSTITUTION

    QPR 1-1 Wolves

    QPR's new number nine Conor Washington, signed from Peterborough for a reported £2.5m earlier this week, is on for his Rangers debut. He's got seven minutes plus stoppage time to show his new fans what he can do.

    Junior Hoilett is the man to be replaced.

    Conor Washington
  11. SUBSTITUTION

    QPR 1-1 Wolves

    Dave Edwards hasn't run off that injury and is off for Wolves, to be replaced by George Saville, who has just returned to Molineux after a loan spell at League One side Millwall.

  12. QPR 1-1 Wolves

    There's a stoppage in play while Wolves midfielder Dave Edwards receives treatment for an injury.

    There's a pensive look on the face of QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, whose side cruelly conceded an equaliser just after half-time but have been second best since James Henry's deflected leveller.

    Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink
  13. CLOSE!

    QPR 1-1 Wolves

    A super surging run by left-back Matt Doherty almost results in a goal for Wolves. His powerful right-footed drive is pushed behind by goalkeeper Alex Smithies for a corner.

    Conor Coady tries his luck and Smithies saves again.

    And another save! This one is a stunner from Dave Edwards' header.

    Still level.

  14. SUBSTITUTION

    QPR 1-1 Wolves

    Karl Henry

    Henry, who was born in Wolverhampton, won the Championship title in 2009 and featured prominently for Wolves in three consecutive seasons in the Premier League.

    The QPR midfielder is replaced by Tjaronn Chery - the first substitution of the match.

  15. QPR 1-1 Wolves

    Quote Message: QPR are just giving away too many silly free-kicks around the penalty area. They have to be careful, Wolves are growing in confidence. from Matt Lawrence BBC Radio London co-commentator
    Matt LawrenceBBC Radio London co-commentator
  16. QPR 1-1 Wolves

    With Wolves seven points off the play-offs as things stand, and QPR a further three points back, it's one of those situations where you think a draw isn't good enough for either side.

    I'm hoping that statement will spark a fantastic, end-to-end final 20 minutes at Loftus Road...

  17. Elsewhere...

    In the Premier League, Norwich are 3-1 ahead against Liverpool after Wes Hoolahan finds the net from the penalty spot.

    You can follow that game here.

  18. QPR 1-1 Wolves

    We're entering that period of the game when the two managers will be thinking about changes.

    QPR boss Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has new signing Conor Washington, winger Tjaronn Chery and the experienced Jamie Mackie to call upon.

    As for Wolves, Kenny Jackett has 17-year-old Bright Enobakhare as his only striking option on the bench, while Nathan Byrne could provide a fresh option out wide.

  19. Two in two for Hasselbaink?

    QPR 1-1 Wolves

    Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

    As well as an FA Cup defeat at Nottingham Forest, QPR had drawn five and lost two of their seven league games under Hasselbaink before finally ending their wait for a victory at Rotherham seven days ago.

    Can his side achieve back-to-back wins today?

  20. QPR 1-1 Wolves

    An escape for QPR as Dave Edwards' header back across goal is just about cleared by the hosts.

    Then Rajiv van La Parra has a shot on goal, blocked by Grant Hall. By an arm? Possibly. In the "seen them given" category.

    Wolves looking the more likely, mainly because Edwards and Conor Coady are offering more support from midfield for lone striker Adam Le Fondre than in the first half.