Ilias Chair’s goal in the first half was enough to give QPR a 1-0 home win over Wycombe

It was an unfortunate return for Gareth Ainsworth to Loftus Road, where the Wycombe boss was a fan favorite for seven years as a player and twice as a caretaker manager

Ainsworth’s side remain bottom of the Sky Bet Championship after four straight defeats and only one goal in their last six games

QPR, on the other hand, has had a good second half of the season and still has the chance of a play-off spot from outside

That win was her sixth in nine games and put her in the top half of the table, while the goal was her third in five games

Chris Willock was the architect of his 23rd winner Minute, who excellently avoided two challenges on the right and then shot past goalkeeper David Stockdale at the near post to put the finishing touches on practically on the goal line

Rangers were in the lead, Stefan Johansen barely able to reach Lee Wallace’s left flank, and shortly afterwards he saved Stockdale with a left-footed shot

The visitors responded well to being left behind and enjoyed some decent pressure as Anis Mehmeti’s shot was pushed away by Ranger’s goalkeeper Seny Dieng

But that was a rare attack by the chairboys, who were back on their hind feet after the break

Charlie Austin shot past as QPR continued to dominate, and Chair shot the outside of the near post after being pitched by Rob Dickie

QPR hit a post again when Willock directed his shot against the woodwork after Wallace, found by Johansen’s clever pass, pulled back from the left

And Dickie headed past center-back Yoann Barbet after a cross when the hosts looked in vain for a second goal

Lyndon Dykes, who was substituted on for Austin, also had a chance, but shot a shot out of the box

The Scottish striker has only scored once in an open game since moving from Livingston in the summer

Another goal would have made things a lot more pleasant for the Rs, who had to contend with a number of high balls in their box in the last few minutes

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Source: https://www.bt.com/sport/news/2021/march/ilias-chair-has-qpr-moving-up-the-table-after-wycombe-win