QPR vs Newcastle: England Championship Betting Tips & Prediction 13 09 2016

Queens Park Rangers vs. Newcastle is one of the most interesting and balanced games we have on our radar for Tuesday. Betting on the first games of the Championship is rather hard because we don’t yet know how most of the teams play.

Because of that, betting enthusiasts turn their attention towards the English Championship, due to the fact that all teams already played a few games, making their future performances easier to predict.

Queens Park Rangers vs Newcastle

qpr vs newcastle english championship 13 09 2016

QPR and Newcastle are teams which are widely expected to battle for promotion this year. They are only separated by 2 points currently and sit comfortably near the top of the table.

Newcastle is the better team so far, in terms of goal difference, points and form, but the Rangers will look to use their home advantage to win all the three points.

Although their form has been rather sketchy at home, a win against Newcastle is not off the books – we all know what Queens Park Rangers  can do when motivated properly.

Newcastle, on the other hand, notched up 4 straight wins and are in great form. They want to win each and every game and are coming to QPR’s ground to win all three points.

All these things are guaranteed to bring us a great game between two very evenly matched teams. Their recent head-to-head games featured few draws, but neither team managed to win at a difference larger than one goal.

Queens Park Rangers vs Newcastle Betting Tips

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Even though these games are very hard to predict, we will state some bets we think are fairly safe. Newcastle +1,5 is one of them – because we believe the Magpies to be the better team.

Even if they lose this game, they won’t lose heavily, and we also expect them to score at least one goal. Speaking of goals, we don’t expect to see a lot of them – so under 3,5 would be the way to go. Good luck!

Both Teams To Score:  2.00 or 1/1

Over 2.5 Goals:  2.30 or 13/10

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