Apr 7, 2013 at 4.10pm UK at ​Loftus Road
QPRQueens Park Rangers
WiganWigan Athletic
Remy (85')
Remy (54'), Samba (83')
Zamora (21')
FT(HT: 0-0)
Maloney (90')
McCarthy (38'), Alcaraz (82'), Figueroa (88')

Harry Redknapp focussed on survival

QPR boss Harry Redknapp before kick-off against Fulham on April 1, 2013
© PA Photos
Harry Redknapp insists that he would "beat himself up" if Queens Park Rangers were relegated, but he still believes that they can survive.

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp is focused on Premier League survival and has insisted that his side can still beat the drop.

QPR, who face Wigan Athletic today, are currently eight points from safety with seven games left.

The 66-year-old admits that he would take it personally if they went down but will not let himself think about that.

"We all think we can perform miracles," said Redknapp. "I knew it was a hard position when I took over but I believed we could make it, and I still do.

"I take losing any game badly so if we went down I'd see it as a failure on my behalf and I'd beat myself up over it for a long time.

"I haven't discussed relegation with the players and I won't unless it becomes a fact. If I stop believing, then so will they. It would be fantastic if we stay up. I can't tell you how much it would mean to me."

QPR welcome Wigan to Loftus Road at 4.10pm this afternoon.

Tony Fernandes
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