Cerny set to get nod for Man Utd game

QPR goalkeeper Radek Cerny is set to keep his place for Sunday’s game against Manchester United.

Paddy Kenny has returned to full training following his recent injury, but manager Neil Warnock has decided to give Cerny the nod for this weekend’s match.

Cerny, 37, was outstanding in Rangers’ 1-0 defeat at Liverpool last time out.

He started the season as the club’s third-choice keeper behind both Kenny and Brian Murphy, who is currently sidelined with a knee injury.

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