Rovers fans are reminded of potential travel disruption ahead of our Good Friday fixture against Queens Park Rangers.
Supporters driving down to Loftus Road tomorrow are advised to set off early to avoid possible traffic delays which are commonplace over a Bank Holiday weekend.
Fans who usually travel to the capital by train are reminded that Euston station is closed over the Easter Weekend for essential work to be carried out for the new HS2 link.
Climate change protests are also currently taking place in London, which are causing major travel disruption in the capital.
Over 850 Rovers fans will be making the journey to Loftus Road, as Tony Mowbray’s men look to secure a third straight Championship victory. Fans are advised to set off early and plan their routes accordingly.