Harry Redknapp: 'Peter Crouch will be a threat'

Peter Crouch
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Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp warns his side to be wary of Stoke City striker Peter Crouch when the two sides meet on Saturday afternoon.

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp has insisted that his side will be prepared for the threat of Stoke City striker Peter Crouch on Saturday.

Crouch has only scored five Premier League goals for the Potters this season, but Redknapp, who has managed the 32-year-old at several clubs, believes that the England international can have an impact on the match.

The former Spurs boss told reporters: "Crouch is always a danger. He is a good player, a great lad and a QPR fan.

"He will be a threat. We will be prepared for him."

QPR are currently 10 points away from safety in the Premier League table.

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