Robin­son con­fi­dent of QPR vic­tory against Cats

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QPR de­fender Jack Robin­son is wary of Sun­der­land go­ing into to­mor­row’s Sky Bet Cham­pi­onship clash at the Sta­dium of Light.

But he is con­fi­dent of vic­tory for Ian Hol­loway’s men, de­spite their fail­ure to win an away match all sea­son.

Si­mon Grayson’s Black Cats have still not won a home match in 2017, and they are ma­rooned in 23rd place in the ta­ble af­ter 11 matches.

QPR have not had the best of starts them­selves, with 13 points putting them in 16th place ahead of their trip north.

And, de­spite Sun­der­land’s pal­try tally of seven points, Robin­son an­tic­i­pates a test­ing af­ter­noon for the vis­it­ing Lon­don­ers.

“Sun­der­land are a big club – they were a big club to come down last sea­son,” the 24-year-old for­mer Liver­pool player told

“They’ve made an in­dif­fer­ent start to the sea­son, but I’m sure they’ll be look­ing to climb the ta­ble over the coming weeks. “It’ll be a tough game on Satur­day. “But we be­lieve we can go up there and get a re­sult.

“Our ap­proach will be the same as it al­ways is – on the front foot, get­ting in their faces.

“That’s what we try to do in ev­ery game.”

Jack Robin­son

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