​Another fantastic home display from Queens Park Rangers saw Harry Redknapp's side come from two down to overcome fellow strugglers West Bromwich Albion 3-2, a result which sees them move out of the relegation zone.

After four unbeaten games on the trot at Loftus Road, confidence was high amongst the QPR squad despite the recent defeat at Everton. However, it was Alan Irvine's side who started stronger and their efforts were rewarded when Joleon Lescott headed home from a corner, his first goal since joining the Baggies.

West Brom were soon 2-0 up, this time Silvestre Valera scoring his first for the club, following yet another Stephane Sessegnon assist.

Yet, the Hoops rallied together and crucially got themselves back into the game before half time, after top goalscorer Charlie Austin converted a penalty.

The second half belonged to the former Burnley man and it was Austin yet again who provided the goods, after grabbing the equaliser from a corner.

Incredibly, Austin then notched his 11th of the season and completed his hat trick five minutes from time, to earn his side a superb victory over their relegation rivals.