QPR v West Brom will go ahead

Ally McCoist is in the process of identifying potential transfer
targets, with Rangers hoping to be in a position to open talks in
January.

The Old Firm outfit are still working under a transfer embargo
on the back of their much-publicised financial difficulties and
subsequent demotion into the Scottish Third Division.

That ban will not be lifted until September 2013, but Rangers
are allowed to discuss pre-contract agreements with players who
will see their current deals expire at the end of the season.

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson, a man Rangers failed to
land over the summer, falls into that category and is expected to
be contacted again in the New Year, but McCoist insists he will be
playing his cards close to his chest until he knows exactly where
he stands on the transfer front.

“There is no use making enquiries for players that we possibly
couldn’t afford or would be out of our reach in terms of finances,”
said McCoist.

“Until we have a reasonable idea of what our budget will be,
that will give us a better idea of how well placed we are to go and
chase these players.

“We’ve had an internal discussion, as you would expect us to do,
and we are talking about players as every manager and coaching
staff would do.

“But in terms of pursuing it and taking it to the next step, we
will do it in the right manner.”

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Saturday’s 4-2 win over Rochdale was only the club’s second home
league win this campaign and 13 of their 21 points have come away
from the EBB Stadium so far.

But the 26-year-old is hopeful the club can build on the victory
and climb away from the League Two drop zone.

He told BBC Surrey: “The home form has been disappointing this
season and we know that. We really can’t put our finger on why.

“We go away from home and are so confident at places that we
feel like we’re not going to get beaten.

“I felt there was a real focus from the lads to put it right (on
Saturday) and we showed character.

“We almost had to remember that we can win at home. It’s been
that sort of run of games for us.”

The Shots are currently three points above 23rd-placed Bristol
Rovers but Vincenti believes the club are now going in the right
direction.

He added: “We’re disappointed with where we find ourselves but I
think gradually we are putting it right.”

London Underground drivers are to stage three strikes, the first
of which is scheduled for Boxing Day, in a row over Bank Holiday
pay.

A statement on QPR’s official website read: “The Boxing Day
fixture against West Bromwich Albion will go ahead as scheduled,
despite Tube services across the capital being affected by a
drivers strike.

“The Barclays Premier League clash against the Baggies will
kick-off at 3.00pm, although supporters are advised to allow extra
time for their journeys to and from Loftus Road.

“Buses will be running on the usual Sunday/Bank Holiday service
on the day of the fixture, whilst parking in the borough will be
free.”

Arsenal are due to face West Ham on December 26, while Fulham
against Southampton is another Premier League match scheduled for
that day.

Members of the union Aslef will walk out for 24 hours on
December 26, and again on January 18 and 25, threatening travel
chaos in the capital.

The move was announced after Aslef members voted by 9-1 in
favour of strikes in a long-running row over extra pay for working
on Bank Holidays.