It is probably too early for Leeds United to have their end of season slip-up, but they were beaten 2-0 by Sheffield Wednesday in the Yorkshire derby last weekend and have now only won one of their last six matches. That was a remarkable 5-4 away win at Birmingham, losing 2-1 at Fulham before that and drawing 1-1 at West Brom with the league leaders in their last away game.
This is a bad time to be playing QPR at Loftus Road because they have won their last two matches 6-1 (vs Cardiff) and 5-1 (vs Swansea in the FA Cup). They did lose 3-1 at Brentford last time out though and don’t often keep a clean sheet, but score plenty of goals. QPR have only kept one clean sheet in their 17 home matches in all competitions this season, so Leeds will surely get on the scoresheet in West London.
For my betting tips on this match, I think it could be a high scoring draw. Leeds are never the most reliable of teams to bet on and you never quite know what you are going to get from Bielsa’s side. Patrick Bamford is not good enough as a goalscoring center-forward and the lack of a high scoring attacker could cost them the Championship title, or even promotion.
I’m predicting a draw in this match and a correct score prediction of 2-2.
There have been four or more goals in three of QPR’s last four matches at home.
Both teams have only won one of their last five Championship fixtures.
There has been a first half goal in QPR’s last 10 home matches.
The home team have won the last five meetings between QPR and Leeds.
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