QPR manager Harry Redknapp has pointed out that Saturday's trip to Everton is a massive game for the club and fans. 

After last weekends 1-1 draw with Wigan Athletic any hopes of QPR doing the impossible of escaping being relegated hangs in the hope of a must win away at Goodison Park this Saturday.

With Rangers 19th in the league on 24 points and with 7 points separating them from safety, it'll be a make or break time for them hoping to do the classic great escape.

“It’s massive,” said Harry as he previewed Saturday’s match on Merseyside.

“We need to win four games and draw one to give ourselves a chance.

“There are not many tougher places to go than Everton.  They’re a good side – a proper football club.

“It was disappointing (Wigan) – a big blow for us,” he said. “We worked so hard to get in front with 10 men.

“It wasn’t easy, but you’ve got to get on with it. There’s still some life left in us. We’ve got to go again now.

“It’s (staying up) going to be hard. But while there’s still a chance, you’ve got to keep believing.”

Redknapp was also speaking about his January transfer dealings and the importance of their current form.

“Jermaine Jenas is also playing well. Chris Samba showed character [against Wigan] to comeback from his performance at Fulham.

“Remy is a goalscorer. He scores fantastic goals – fantastic finishes. He could have scored three goals last weekend. In a full season in the Premier League, he’d score 20 goals.”

Away from QPR, Redknapp also discussed goal-line technology being introduced as of next season.

“It’s about time,” he admitted. “I worry about the stopping and starting of games, but I think we go with it and take it from there.”

So with this current season coming to an end it'll be a testing time whether Harry Redknapp can steer Rangers to safety, but with Wigan Athletic having a game in hand all eyes will be on the local derby this Sunday with Newcastle at home to Sunderland, both of those teams will be looking for a win to guarantee their Premier league status for next season. 

All eyes will be on QPR and Harry Redknapp to see if he can work his magic that has made him one of England's greatest managers.


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