Half-Time Report: Blackpool, Queens Park Rangers level

Paul Ince the manager of Blackpool during the npower Championship match between Nottingham Forest and Blackpool at City Ground on April 6, 2013
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Blackpool are level with Queens Park Rangers at half time but have posed problems for the visitors.

Queens Park Rangers are level at the break in their Championship game against Blackpool, but may consider themselves fortunate not to fall behind after a difficult first half.

Jermaine Jenas produced a fine save from Matt Gilks in the opening minutes, but his effort was from an offside position.

Arguably the best chance of the first half came after Jack Robinson's cross into the area, which was met by Steven Davies but Robert Green dived to his right to keep the effort out.

The QPR keeper was called into action again moments later to keep out Craig Cathcart's header.

Blackpool continued to pressure the visitors defence and Dan Gosling almost made the breakthrough when he broke into the area before his curling shot drifted wide of the post.

A win would see QPR top the table after Burnley drew with Leicester City earlier on Saturday.

Charlie Austin of QPR celebrates with team mate Clint Hill after scoring the first goal of the game during the Sky Bet Championship match against Charlton on November 23, 2013
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