QPR vs Huddersfield Predictions

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QPR Over 1.5 Team Goals

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QPR 2-1

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Tip Reasoning

  • QPR have scored in every single league game this season
  • Each of the last four goals Huddersfield have conceded has come after the hour mark
  • The Terriers have not won back to back games since August

QPR’s incredible goal run

QPR’s form of late has been patchy, winning just two of their last six games in all competitions and not racking up back-to-back wins since the beginning of October.

One thing that has been consistent, though, is their ability to find the back of the net, with Mark Warburton’s side scoring in each of their 18 matches so far this season, including 15 times in nine games at Loftus Road.

Although they are netting at a rate of less than two per home fixture, they could be boosted by the return from injury of Andre Gray and Lyndon Dykes, who have scored nine times between them this season.

Both players missed the win over Luton at the weekend, but, speaking after that game, Mark Warburton revealed he “hopes” the pair will be available.

Huddersfield’s Away Struggles

Huddersfield are very much in the promotion hunt, but that is largely down to their strong home form, with only nine of their 28 points coming away from the John Smith’s Stadium.

The Terriers have conceded two or more goals three times in their last seven away games, whilst their defence has been breached four times after the hour mark in their last three matches on the road.

Carlos Corberán’s did beat West Brom 1-0 at the weekend, but they have only won back to back games once since December 2020, that coming in August this year, and they have failed to win in their last five away fixtures.

Although this could be a tight game, I predict QPR will come out on top, with Gray and Dykes’ potential return from injury offering a huge boost. They should have the firepower to bag a couple of goals and win 2-1.

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