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Queens Park Rangers vs Hull City: Tough game at Loftus Road



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The game at Loftus Road is one of the closest in the whole round. Both QPR and Hull City have their problems, and neither side is a favorite. It is why we would recommend a draw and under 2.5 goals.


Stadium: Loftus Road

Date: 19 August 2017

Time: 15:00


The game at Loftus Road is one of the closest in the whole round. Both QPR and Hull City have their problems, and neither side is a favorite. It is why we would recommend a draw and under 2.5 goals.


Recommended bet:

Under 2.5 goals
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Reasons for betting on Queens Park Rangers vs Hull City tip

Queens Park Rangers and Hull City have the same record before the fourth round of Sky Bet Championship. Both sides have one win, draw, and defeat a piece and they are looking to improve this record. The only difference is the number of goals, because Hull City’s events are more exciting and efficient when comparing it to their opponents.

It will also be the class between two very experienced coaches who have wealthy background Ian Holloway and Leonid Slutsky. So we might expect a very good match at Loftus Road.

Queens Park Rangers overview

After an excellent start and a win against Reading 2-0, at home and eliminating Northampton Town,1-0, from League Cup, the Rangers began to slow down. They managed to snap one point against Sheffield Wednesday, 1-1, and in the most recent game against Norwich City away from home they lost with 2-0. What is concerning Ian Holloway is the fact that his team cannot come back once they concede first. That was evident during the last three games in the preseason.
Also, this was the 5th match in a row where we saw less than 2.5 goals. There are no updates about missing players regarding Queens Park Rangers, and that means that they are going to show up in the strongest possible lineup.

Hull City overview

The similar situation is with the Tigers also. They won one point at the season opener in Birmingham against Aston Villa 1-1. Afterwards, they have demolished Burton Albion with 4-1 at KCOM Stadium, and everything was ruined in the most recent encounter with Wolverhampton. Hull City lost at home with 2-3 in a match where they had a chance to record a much better result. In the latest three games, Hull allowed at least one goal, and all them saw both teams to score. The loss against Wolverhampton marked the end of a streak in which the Tigers hadn’t experienced a defeat in 5 events. The biggest blow for them in this game and the future period will be Abel Hernandez’s injury. The Uruguayan striker scored 3 goals in first 3 rounds, and the first prognosis is terrible. At least 5 months of absence from the field.

Head to head matches

These two sides played 12 games in the recent history. Hull City has a better record with 4 victories, while the Rangers have only 2. The biggest number of matches ended with a draw, 6 of them. Regarding the goal difference, the clubs are even with 12 goals scored and conceded each.

Prediction for Queens Park Rangers vs. Hull City tip

On one side we have a team whose number one striker is injured, and on the other, we have a team whose defense is in a crisis. The things are very complex regarding this game, and in our opinion, we would go with under 2.5 goals. The second pick would be a draw. Simply we cannot see the favorite in this match, and neither side has some significant advantage over the other. For braver punters, we have a suggestion. Correct score 0-0 or 1-1.

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