Date: 2nd March 2011 at 1:39pm
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Queen’s Park Rangers manager Neil Warnock has insisted that the visit of Leicester will be his side’s toughest match of the season yet.

Leicester travel to Loftus Road on Saturday, hoping to get their promotion bid back on track after failing to win either of their last two fixtures.

And Warnock has admitted his side will need to be at their best to continue their march to the Premier League.

“Leicester will be our most difficult game of the season,” the Rangers chief said.

“They’re absolutely flying at the moment and we’re going to have to come up with the right answers to get something from the game.

“We’ve got 12 matches remaining, six at home and six away, but we’ll continue to take one at a time.”

Warnock has overseen his QPR side enjoy a superb campaign to date, taking the Championship by storm to take hold of top spot for the majority of the campaign.

Leicester have sold their 3,200 allocation for the fixture, and Warnock has admitted he he relishing the contest ahead.

“I’m really pleased we’ve got a full week this week. Danny Shittu and Fitz Hall have done magnificently, but they’ll need a break.

“We’ve got to be ready for Leicester, and so have the crowd. It’s looking like it’ll be a sell out and our fans need to take the roof off Loftus Road between now and the end of the season.”