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Charlie Austin, Richard Dunne suffer serious injuries?

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QPR could be without top scorer Charlie Austin and Richard Dunne for the Premier League run-in after both left Loftus Road on crutches following defeat to Southampton.
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Queens Park Rangers could be without Charlie Austin and Richard Dunne for the Premier League run-in after both left Loftus Road on crutches this afternoon.

They key duo were casualties of a stoppage-time defeat to Southampton which kept the managerless Hoops in the relegation zone.

GetWestLondon reports that 13-goal striker Austin, who is responsible for over half of QPR's league goals this season, has broken a bone in his right foot.

Dunne's injury is believed to be even more serious and QPR fear that the experienced defender may have suffered cruciate knee ligament damage in a challenge with match-winner Sadio Mane.

Rangers are expected to release a statement on Sunday to confirm the extent of the injuries.

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