Under new boss Martí Cifuentes, Queens Park Rangers have registered back-to-back English Championship victories after a 2-0 win in wintry conditions at Deepdale.
The Sierra Leone International started on the bench but was substituted in the 65th minute, replacing Reggie Cannon to bookmark his 20th appearance.
In a game of few chances, the visitors took the lead ten minutes into the second period through Paul Smyth’s close-range finish before Chris Willock made it two in the closing stages.
On Tuesday, they defeated Stoke City 4-2 in their home win this season, coming from behind to beat 10-man Stoke City.
Marti Cifuentes made four changes from the side that recorded a dramatic 4-2 win over Stoke City in W12 on Tuesday night, with Jake Clarke-Salter, Reggie Cannon, Andre Dozzell and Chris Willock coming in at the expense of Steve Cook, Osman Kakay, Elijah Dixon-Bonner and Ilias Chair.
However, they remain in the Championship bottom three but as a much-improved side under new boss Marti Cifuentes, having lost only one of the Spaniard’s five matches in charge.