Huddersfield vs QPR Betting Tips

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      Tip Reasoning

      This is the sort of game that may tell us a lot about QPR’s promotion credentials. They should win a lot of games at Loftus Road this season with the quality they possess but whether they have what it takes to consistently grind out wins on the road at places like Huddersfield is much more questionable.

      Despite a much weakened QPR falling to a shock defeat against Carlisle in the Capital One Cup in midweek, Chris Ramsey has got his side playing football again and they have looked good going forward at least in their last two Championship games.

      Charlie Austin and Matty Phillips shared the goals as they came from 2-0 down to grab an excellent win at Molineux 10 days ago while they were 4-2 winners against Rotherham last weekend with Austin and Tjaronn Chery scoring twice. The Dutchman scored 15 times from midfield in the Eredivisie last season and if Rangers can hold onto Phillips and Austin too, they could score an absolute hatful of goals in this league.

      Things aren’t going so smoothly at the other end though. Even rock bottom relegation favourites Rotherham scored twice against them when the game should have been dead and buried and you just can’t see the West Londoners keeping it tight for 90 minutes.

      They have kept just one clean sheet in their last 17 league matches and that came last season so they look like they are going to be a very reliable source for a ‘Both Teams to Score’ bet this year and this game is a real contender for that at 4/6 given all of Huddersfield’s last four matches have also ended with both teams netting.

      The Terriers are without a win after 4 games but have drawn their last 3 so this has the makings of a close one. Certainly the bookies don’t seem to be convinced by this new-look and rather leaky QPR side and they are a little surprisingly underdogs here to win the game at 9/5.

      That seems a little unfair though given how dangerous they look going forward at the moment and with one or two players keen on sending out a final message to prospective Premier League buyers before the transfer window closes, don’t be surprised to see the Hoops win this against a hard-working but fairly limited Huddersfield side.

      Town are likely to net and it could just as easily be a defensive error as a piece of quality that grants them the goal but QPR look good value to bag all the points with a 2-1 win at 9/1.


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