QPR moved up to 12th in the Championship with a 2-0 victory at Birmingham. Here’s how we rated each Rangers player.
Joe Lumley: 6
A second successive clean sheet for the keeper, who was well protected by his defence. Had little to do before saving a late effort from Lukas Jutkiewicz.
Todd Kane: 6
Beaten on occasions and produced little of note going forward, but stuck to the task and had a decent enough game.
Grant Hall: 9
A great night for the Rangers skipper, who saved the day with a couple of brilliant blocks before scoring the all-important first goal. Calm and composed throughout.
Toni Leistner: 8
Also had a fine game at the heart of the defence. Won countless headers.
Ryan Manning: 5
Below his best. Was caused problems by Jeremie Bela, who was surprisingly taken off in the second half.
Geoff Cameron: 8
Has made all the difference in the last couple of games, providing excellent cover in front of what was a leaky defence but now looks much more sound.
Luke Amos: 6
Unspectacular, but did a solid, important job in midfield. The on-loan Tottenham youngster is slowly getting his sharpness back after injury problems.
Marc Pugh: 6
Involved in the build up to the second goal and used his experience to help Rangers pack the midfield and frustrate Birmingham in the first half.
Bright Osayi-Samuel: 8
Full of running on and off the ball before scoring a fabulous goal to seal the win. Ran from inside his own half before finishing emphatically.
Ebere Eze: 6
A quiet game by Eze’s standards, although his free-kick led to the opening goal.
Nahki Wells: 6
Had very little service and gave the ball away a couple of times. Worked hard off the ball before being replaced by Jordan Hugill in the second half.
Jordan Hugill: 6
Put himself about after coming on but missed a decent chance by dragging a shot wide.
Dominic Ball: 6
Brought on in place of Pugh to shore things up in midfield for the final 19 minutes or so.