A 6-0 scoreline can be called a lot of things, but not a normal day at the office. Some QPR players called it an “accident”, others called it a “tragedy”, but whichever side was right, it’s clear that Queens Park Rangers need to change something about their game after getting completely trashed by Newcastle. Huddersfield, on the other hand, will try to exploit their weakness to the maximum in order to win the 3 points.
Huddersfield vs Queens Park Rangers
They are also a team that is able to do so. Although they lost 0-1 against Brighton in midweek, they still sit top of the league with 16 points, just one over Barnsley and Newcastle. They play at home against QPR and know that win would mean that they will still lead the league for at least another few days.
They have been quite pragmatic so far, winning 5 games and drawing one more with only 9 goals scored. They’ll surely want to continue this efficiency and their 100% home record with another win.
On the other side, QPR needs to recover quickly after the disaster against Newcastle. Thankfully for them, 2 out of their 3 wins came away from home, but their recent form is nothing to be envious of: only one win (1-0 vs Wigan) in the last 5 games.
They have the whole squad available for the game, but that didn’t help them very much against Rafa Benitez’s side – a game they surely don’t want to repeat.
Huddersfield vs QPR Betting Tips
Making predictions after a 6-0 loss is rather hard, because we don’t know how QPR will react – will they be extra-motivated or will they lose confidence?
We’ll choose to pay attention to Huddersfield and state that the leaders won’t lose this game – 1X is a great idea, and a solo home win is something to expect. Also, under 2,5 goals is something to expect – almost traditional in Huddersfield games.
Total Goals/BTTS – Under 2.5 & No: 2.20 or 6/5
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