Blackburn Rovers 2-0 West Bromwich Albion (1600 GMT): Roberto Di Matteo may have his first win in five at home to Blackpool last weekend but how will his side fare in Lancashire?
Rovers have the better of an insipid opening half hour, dominating with a series of set pieces, though they do nothing with them and Roque Santa Cruz, on his Ewood Park return, fails to get in to the play
Gabriel Tamas breaks the deadlock with a glorious header, unfortunately in to his own net, the 42nd goal the Baggies concede this season, and just as they are edging back in to the game
Even when the visitors do threaten with a spell of pressure, defensive giants Chris Samba and Gael Givet mop up, block and clear every ball, while David Dunn starts to controls play at the other end
Any West Brom half-time hopes of a comeback are extinguished within seconds of the restart as David Hoilett ghosts past Tamas and thumps one straight at Boaz Myhill but beats the keeper with the power of the shot
Queens Park Rangers 2-1 Coventry City: Marlon King gives the mid-table visitors the lead but Adel Taarabt cuts inside his man and finishes well to equalise just before half time
Rangers now have flair on both wings and Taarabt supplies a 20-yard pass with the outside of his boot to Wayne Routledge who kills the ball with one touch and scores with the second on his return to the club
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