Scroll down the page for statistics ahead of Arsenal's game against QPR at Loftus Road.

COMPARING THE TEAMS
Arsenal
Games since QPR
0
 A win 1
0
 A home win 0
8
 A defeat
0
4 A home defeat  2
4 An away defeat
0
12
A score draw  3

7

A no score draw  26
4
 Conceding more than one goal
0
0  Keeping a clean sheet 21
7 Failing to score  4
0 Back to back wins
37
8 Back to back defeats  4
27 Losing by more than one goal  0
ALL-TIME RECORD - ARSENAL AGAINST QPR
P
W D L F A
41 18 12
11
53 39

LAST TWO MEETINGS
Date Competition H/A/N Opposition W/D/L F A
31/12/2011
Premier League
H QPR
W
1
0
27/01/2001
FA Cup
A QPR
W 6
0
BIGGEST LEAGUE WIN AND DEFEAT away at qpr
Date Score
08/04/1995
QPR 3-1 Arsenal
04/05/1987
QPR 1-4 Arsenal
    • Arsenal have picked up the most points from losing positions so far this season (19), while no side has dropped fewer than QPR from winning positions (15)
    • Arsenal have not visited Loftus Road in a league match since 1996 and have not won a league fixture there in 22 years
    • QPR have shipped an average of 1.76 goals per game in the Premier League this season. Seven of their last eight goals have come after half time
    • Arsenal, meanwhile, score an average of 2.03 goals per league match
    • QPR's Adel Taraabt has had 63 shots without scoring in the league this season - more than any other player
    • The west London side also hold the unwanted record of the most red cards this season (6)
    • Mikel Arteta needs one more appearance to reach 200 in the Premier League. Bacary Sagna is just one shy of his 200th outing for Arsenal
    • The hosts have won just one of their last eight matches
    • In 17 head-to-head meetings between Mark Hughes and Arsène Wenger there have been only three draws. Wenger has come out on top in nine of those matches
    • There has never been a red card or a hat-trick in Premier League meetings between the two sides
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