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QPR striker Lyndon Dykes could return for Championship clash with Fulham

QPR striker Lyndon Dykes could return for the Sky Bet Championship match against Fulham after six weeks out with a hamstring injury. Dykes has not played for QPR since a 2-0 defeat at Millwall on February 15 but he made his comeback as a substitute for Scotland against Austria on Tuesday.
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Lyndon Dykes on 'following heart' for Scotland & mentality shift

Venue: Ernst-Happel-Stadion, Vienna Date: Tuesday, 29 March Kick-off: 19:45 GMT. Coverage: Listen on BBC Radio Scotland DAB/810MW/online, live text commentary on BBC Sport website, highlights on BBC Scotland. Striker Lyndon Dykes is itching to get back on the goal trail after missing the chance to break a Scotland record that...
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Steven Naismith hoping Andy Robertson and Lyndon Dykes feature for Scotland

Captain Andy Robertson and Lyndon Dykes have not joined up with the Scotland squad but coach Steven Naismith is hoping they can play some part in the upcoming friendly double-header. The Liverpool left-back, who missed the FA Cup tie against Nottingham Forest at the weekend, has Covid-19. Striker Dykes has...
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Scotland hopeful Andrew Robertson and Lyndon Dykes feature this week

Captain Andy Robertson and Lyndon Dykes have not joined up with the Scotland squad but coach Steven Naismith is hoping they can play some part in the upcoming friendly double-header.The Liverpool left-back, who missed the FA Cup tie against Nottingham Forest at the weekend, has Covid-19.Striker Dykes has missed the last six games for QPR with a hamstring injury and is being assessed by his club.Steve Clarke’s side face Poland at Hampden Park on Thursday night and are away to either Wales or Austria next week.Naismith said: “There is hope that they will be back involved at some point, when...
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Lyndon Dykes at the double as QPR thrash strugglers Reading

QPR thrashed Reading 4-0 to boost their promotion hopes and pile more pressure on Royals boss Veljko Paunovic. Lyndon Dykes scored twice and there were also goals for Luke Amos and Jimmy Dunne as fourth-placed Rangers made it five wins and a draw from their past six matches.

Lyndon Dykes ruled out once more as QPR host Stoke

Lyndon Dykes will miss QPR’s Championship clash with Stoke on Sunday. The Scotland striker has already been sidelined for three matches due to an ankle problem. Lee Wallace will face a late fitness test due to a hamstring concern, while Charlie Austin has not trained because of a knee issue.
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Lyndon Dykes remains doubtful as QPR prepare for Huddersfield clash

QPR striker Lyndon Dykes remains doubtful for the home game against Huddersfield. Scotland striker Dykes missed his country’s recent World Cup qualifiers due to an ankle injury and was not ready to return in Saturday’s home win against Luton. Defender Moses Odubajo (hamstring) also missed out at the weekend and...
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QPR duo Lyndon Dykes and Seny Dieng face late fitness tests

QPR will assess Lyndon Dykes and Seny Dieng ahead of Friday’s clash with Luton. Striker Dykes has been battling an ankle injury and missed Scotland’s World Cup qualifiers over the international break while Dieng has left a period of isolation after contracting coronavirus but needs checking. Moses Odubajo (hamstring) is...
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Lyndon Dykes rescues Scotland with late winner to put play-off spot in sight

Lyndon Dykes rescued Scotland with a dramatic late winner against the Faroe Islands to put Steve Clarke’s side within 90 minutes of a World Cup qualifying play-off spot. The Scots travelled to Torshavn on a high after a terrific 3-2 win over Israel at Hampden Park on Saturday, but the visitors found it all a bit of a struggle.
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Lyndon Dykes scores late for Scotland after McGregor comes off bench

Scotland left it late to score against the Faroe Islands tonight. After the highs of the frantic win over Israel, fans were hoping it would be a straightforward night in Torshavn. Scott McTominay was the hero on Saturday but it was Lyndon Dykes that came up with the goods for Steve Clarke. Celtic captain Callum McGregor was rested and omitted from the Starting XI but the manager was forced to call upon his trusted lieutenant deep into the second half as Scotland wrestled three points.
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Steve Clarke pleased Lyndon Dykes chose to play for Scotland after late winner

Steve Clarke was pleased Lyndon Dykes opted for Scotland after the Australia-born striker scored a crucial late World Cup qualifying winner against the Faroe Islands. It had been a struggle for the Scots in Torshavn until the QPR forward, born in Australia to Scottish parents who pledged his allegiance to the dark blue, scored in the 86th minute from a Nathan Patterson cross to take the Scots to within three points of a World Cup play-off spot.