Jamie Mackie: Home form can keep us up

Jamie Mackie
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Queens Park Rangers forward Jamie Mackie hails his side's 3-0 win over Swansea City as "massive".

Queens Park Rangers forward Jamie Mackie has hailed his team's 3-0 win over Swansea City as "massive" and he is confident that the Hoops' home form will keep them in the Premier League.

Mark Hughes's men are now two points clear of the relegation zone in 16th place and have won their last three matches at Loftus Road, including the defeats of Liverpool and Arsenal.

Mackie, who was a goalscorer in tonight's victory, told Sky Sports News: "It was a massive win, all the lads knew that.

"We've been tremendous at home. We haven't been great this season against opposition around us, so we've given ourselves a massive chance with five games remaining.

"I think we've got enough to keep ourselves in the league. Our home form is vital. We have two homes game left, which we believe we can win.

"We've turned over tough teams on our patch, so we need to win our remaining games at home and give ourselves a chance."

The 26-year-old Scotland international has now scored six Premier League goals this season.

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