Date: 23rd August 2019 at 11:05am
Written by: Alan Johnson

Luke Amos joined Queens Park Rangers on a season-long loan deal in July and has been a regular at Loftus Road. The 22-year-old left Tottenham due to a lack of opportunities under Mauricio Pochettino and has been vindicated in his decision to join QPR – five appearances in all competitions under manager Mark Warburton in 2019/20.

Amos’ debut for Rangers came in the Championship against Stoke City on August 3. He played for 67 minutes, made 41 touches, completed 82.1% of his 28 passes, whipped in one cross, made two tackles, drew three fouls, made one interception and one clearance.

Against Huddersfield on August 10, the midfielder made 58 touches, completed 81.4% of his 43 passes, won one aerial duel, created one chance, completed one dribble, drew two fouls, made two tackles and made one interception.

Amos was given 30 minutes in the EFL Cup against Bristol City (August 13) before getting a full 90 minutes against the Robins four days later. The former England u18 international made 56 touches, created two chances, completed 92.5% of his 40 passes, won one aerial duel, whipped in one cross, made three interceptions, completed one dribble and drew two fouls.

Against Swansea on August 21, he came off early with an injury and made 11 touches, completed 87.5% of his eight passes, made two tackles and had one shot.

QPR are currently 19th in the Championship with four points from four games. The Londoners are winless in their last three outings and have lost their last two. They next face Wigan Athletic on August 24.

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