By Michael Hann LONDON (Reuters) - Queens Park Rangers' relegation fears worsened and their dismal away record continued with a 3-1 defeat by Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park in the Premier League on Saturday. Defeat for QPR, who have lost 13 of 14 away games this season, left them 19th with 22 points from 29 matches. Wilfried Zaha put Palace ahead before the hosts scored two goals in two minutes through James McArthur and Joel Ward before halftime to deflate the visitors. Matt Phillips pulled a late goal back with a thunderous strike but it failed to spark a QPR revival and Chris Ramsey's side now face an uphill battle to avoid relegation. Click here to read full news..