BARNET, ENGLAND - JULY 22: Massimo Luongo of QPR runs with the ball during the pre season friendly match between Queens Park Rangers and Dundee United at The Hive on July 22, 2015 in Barnet, England. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

By Emma Sanders

Football Insider rates the QPR players after their 2-1 defeat against Wolves on Thursday evening in the Championship clash at Loftus Road.

Alex Smithies 8 – Did well to bounce back from his howler against Ipswich. Couldn’t do anything about the goals and produced a number of strong saves and clearances. Good performance.

Nedum Onuoha 7 – Looked to get forward when he could and provided a few options on the overlap.

Grant Hall 7 – Produced a resilient performance with 10 men and was unlucky to concede in defence. Was lucky not to give away a penalty for handball.

Joel Lynch 7 – Probably QPR’s best defender. Looked organised and gave Wolves relatively few opportunities. Grabbed a consolation goal too.

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James Perch 4 – Was sent off after just 34 minutes for picking up two yellow cards. Let his side down massively and it cost QPR the game.

Sandro 7 – Didn’t allow Wolves through the midfield and was solid alongside Luongo.

Massimo Luongo 7 – Produced a reasonably good display in midfield but was tested a lot due to the extra man.

Tjaronn Chery 7 – Was a threat on the wing but was missing that spark QPR needed. Was at the heart of most positive attacks though.

Jack Robinson 6 – Did relatively little and made few impressions during the game.

Conor Washington 6 – Struggled to get involved despite playing in his preferred position and was replaced at half-time.

Sebastian Polter 6 – Tried to make some runs in behind the defenders but like his strike partner, was a little quiet throughout.

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Yeni Ngbakoto (for Washington 45 mins) 6

Karl Henry (for Sandro 62 mins) 6

Idrissa Sylla (for Polter 68 mins) 6

In other QPR news, Paul Lambert has shared Wolves’ transfer plans ahead of clash against QPR.