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QPR goalkeeper Rob Green has targeted back-to-back home wins to keep their promotion bid on track.

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Rob Green: Eyeing back-to-back home wins

Rob Green: Eyeing back-to-back home wins

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Rangers are currently in second after winning all three of their Championship matches so far in 2014.

They do not have a game this weekend due to the FA Cup but host Bolton on Tuesday night before welcoming promotion rivals Burnley to Loftus Road on Saturday.

"It is about chalking them up and grinding them out," Green told the club website.

"With another two home games on the bounce, if we could make it five in a row all of sudden you aren't looking backwards but forwards.

"It would be nice to get another clean sheet against Bolton but they will be keen to get a result after being beaten so heavily at Reading.

"Not having a game this weekend is a bit of a blessing as it allows a bit more recovery time so we are good to go next week.

"It's an important run of matches coming up and so we must be focused and fresh."

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