Players told to stay calm
Queens Park Rangers,
QPR boss Mark Hughes has warned his players to be on their best behaviour against Chelsea despite recent history of bad blood.
Reports claim that Anton Ferdinand is taking legal advice over whether he should or should not shake the hand of John Terry when the pair meet prior to kick off at Stamford Bridge on Saturday.
Whatever decision he makes it will not change the nature of the game which looks very likely to be a fiery affair if there past meeting is anything to go by.
With that in mind Hughes has called on his side to keep their discipline as he does not want them to be reduced to ten men in a match yet again.
"If we can be disciplined and understand what is required against Chelsea then we could get a positive result," he said.
"It would be massive if we could get something positive from the trip to Stamford Bridge and then come back to Loftus Road for a huge game against Stoke."