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Sunderland vs QPR Predictions

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Both Teams To Score

Reason for tip

Sunderland have seen goals at both ends in eight of their last 13 competitive outings, while seven of the last 12 games to feature QPR saw both teams score. Meanwhile, QPR netted 30 goals in 23 Championship away games last term – a record only bettered by the top two.

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Sunderland 2-1

Reason for tip

Sunderland won 16 of their 23 home league games en route to winning promotion from League One last season, while QPR fell to 11 defeats on the road in the Championship last term. Sunderland have started the new campaign positively with four points from two games.

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Sunderland vs QPR Predictions

  • Sunderland have seen both teams score in eight of their last 13 competitive matches, including each of their first two Championship games.
  • Queens Park Rangers, meanwhile, have seen goals at both ends in seven of their last 12 matches.
  • Only promoted sides Fulham and Bournemouth scored more away Championship goals than QPR’s 30 last term.

Entertainment expected on Wearside

Four points from their first two games back at Championship level represents a strong start for Alex Neil’s Sunderland, while the Black Cats lead the second tier’s (very) early scoring charts with four goals. With Michael Beale’s Queens Park Rangers up next, the Stadium of Light crowd should expect to be entertained.

Indeed, QPR’s record of 60 Championship goals last season was only bettered by seven sides, and only promoted duo Fulham and Bournemouth scored more than their 30 strikes on the road. Beale’s first win at the helm was an entertaining 3-2 triumph over well-fancied Middlesbrough last week, and both teams have now scored in seven of the R’s last 12 competitive contests.

Sunderland, meanwhile, saw off Bristol City with an entertaining 3-2 win of their own last week, though they succumbed to defeat at Sheffield Wednesday in the EFL Cup in midweek. Having plundered 79 goals en route to promotion, Sunderland have now seen goals at both ends in eight of their last 13 contests, and the likes of Ross Stewart and Jack Clarke can trouble their visitors here.

Goals at both ends the prudent play

With both Sunderland and QPR boasting decent attacking records but still finding their feet either at a new level or under a new manager, backing both teams to score on Saturday looks a decent bet.

Meanwhile, Sunderland won 16 of their 23 League One home games last term and QPR were inconsistent on the road, so a 2-1 win for the Black Cats is our correct score pick.

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