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QPR vs Sheffield United Predictions

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  • Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium
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Both Teams To Score - No

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Tip Reasoning

  • Both teams have not scored in four of QPR’s last six games.
  • Both teams have not scored in four of Sheffield United’s last six fixtures.
  • Sheffield United have failed to score in four of their last six away matches.

Rangers drinking in last chance saloon

QPR are drinking at the last chance saloon when they host Sheffield United on Friday needing to win and to make a significant dent in their playoff rivals’ goal difference advantage.

The R’s are major underdogs for the contest and we can see why as they finish the season in awful fashion on a run of just one win in their last eight games. That lone victory came at home to a desperate Derby County side that kept them out for 88 minutes before falling to a sucker punch.

Sheffield United ought to solid enough to hold out here – although their recent away form casts doubt on whether they should be trifled with at a shade of odds on in the match result betting. The Blades have won only two of their last ten away games and have failed to score in three of their last five on the road.

Value to be found in goal markets

That has us running for cover in the goal markets where there is one wager that really stands out – the generous even-money price about both teams not to score at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium. Both teams have not scored in four of QPR’s last six games while the Blades’ own away-day struggles mean the bet would have landed in four of their last six road trips.

The last two meetings between the clubs have finished 1-0 to the south Yorkshire outfit, including the most recent clash at Bramall Lane less than a month ago when QPR, trailing from the ninth minute, mustered only one attempt on target.

Mark Warburton’s side have been better at home though and, with Ilias Chair pulling the strings, could find the net to make life tough for the visitors on Friday. A 1-0 home win is the preferred forecast because the R’s have scored exactly one goal in three of their last four home contests while the Blades have failed to find the net in four of their last six away matches.

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