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Queens Park Rangers (QPR) VS Huddersfield Town, a tough game

ENG LCHQueens Park Rangers (QPR) VS Huddersfield Town, a tough game

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Posted Sat, 10 Aug 2019 10:07:43 GMT        

Match Time: 8/10/2019 22:00 Saturday(GMT+8)

England Championship -- Queens Park Rangers (QPR) VS Huddersfield Town

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TEAM NEWS

 

With no injuries to contend with QPR boss Mark Warburton will likely name an unchanged starting XI heading into his second game in charge. Youngster Ilias Chair could be involved in the only change should Warburton look to mix up his midfield.

 

Huddersfield were somewhat uninspiring on Monday night but with no fresh injury concerns to contend with, Jan Siewert will likely place trust in the same starting XI that faced Derby County.

 

QPR

Suspended: None

Doubtful: None

Injured/Unavailable: None

 

HUDDERSFIELD 

Suspended: None

Doubtful: None

Injured/Unavailable: None

 

MATCH PREVIEW

MAIN PREDICTION: AWAY WIN

 

Jan Siewert will be keen to put Huddersfield’s opening day woes behind them ahead of the trip to Loftus Road. The Terriers match Derby throughout but an individual error and a slice of brilliance from Tom Lawrence ultimately cost them and lose 2-1. Forward Karlan Grant looked sharp throughout against Derby despite a lack of quality service and scored Huddersfield’s only goal of the game from the spot. He could be the catalyst for Huddersfield’s first points of the season here should he be serviced. 

 

QPR’s form throughout the second half of last season was abysmal with the London club winning just three of their final 22 league matches. Rangers were unimpressive at home as well, picking up just 30 points on home soil and winning just nine, drawing three and losing eleven. Mark Warburton will be pleased with Eberechi Eze’s return to form after a disappointing campaign last time out and with Jordan Hugill scoring on his debut, fears of another season of toothless attacking displays have been eased somewhat. QPR has a winning start of the new season with 2-1 beating Stock City away from home.

 

Only six sides conceded more on their travels in the Championship last season than QPR and it’s hard to see the Rs last a full 90 minutes against the talent of Alex Pritchard, Adama Diakhaby and Karlan Grant without conceding. I’m backing Huddersfield to put right their opening day defeat and record a win here.

 

SECOND PREDICTION: ODD/EVEN – ODD

 

Four of the last five meetings between these two sides have produced an odd number of goals while Huddersfield saw 58% of their Premier League goals end with an odd number of goals last term – the second highest figure of any side. QPR, meanwhile, posted the highest ratio of any side in the Championship with 65% of their matches producing an odd number of goals.

 

HEAD TO HEAD

 

Huddersfield came out on top the last two times these two clubs faced each other, winning 2-1 in both cases. However, in the six meetings since 2013 the spoils have been shared with each side winning two and drawing two.

 

Queens Park Rangers (QPR) VS Huddersfield Town

Handicap Pick:  Huddersfield Town +0

 

Queens Park Rangers (QPR) VS Huddersfield Town, a tough game

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