QPR boss Gareth Ainsworth has warned that his side will be coming up against a ‘dangerous’ Coventry City outfit tomorrow at Loftus Road.
The west Londoners are still searching for their first home win of the 2023-24 Championship campaign.
Coventry have only won once this season in the second tier and sit one place above QPR, who are 19th, in the table.
“They’re hard to beat,” Ainsworth told QPR’s YouTube channel.
“They have only lost one in seven.
“They have conceded a few – and Mark will be disappointed with that – but they do score well.
“[Viktor] Gyokeres and [Gustavo] Hamer going will be big misses for them, but they have spent some money as well – they have some good players in their side that they brought in for good money.
“They’re dangerous. And when Mark finds his feet, I know what Mark Robins can be.
“He’s a great friend and a really top guy.”
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