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QPR vs Sheffield Wednesday kicks off the FA Cup fourth round action this weekend and as well as three betting tips for this match, we have got a bet £10 get £5 sign-up offer that is well worth a look.

This all Championship tie could be an exciting match with some high scoring games involving both sides recently.

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QPR vs Sheffield Wednesday Betting Tips

These sides have already met in the Championship this season, with QPR winning 2-1 at Hillsborough.

Five of the last six matches between the sides have seen both teams score.

Sheffield Wednesday were beaten 5-0 at home to Blackburn last weekend.

QPR have won three of their last four matches.


Over 2.5 Goals Betting Tip

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The first bet to place on this match is over 2.5 goals. As mentioned in the stats, Sheffield Wednesday conceded five against Blackburn last weekend and although a sending off had a lot to do with that, it is still a really poor display.

QPR ran out 5-1 winners in their FA Cup third-round home match against Swansea City, a game that would have easily covered off the three or more goals in the match requirement. Their previous home match was a 6-1 win against Cardiff City too!

Sheffield Wednesday’s away matches of late have included a 4-0 win at Nottingham Forest and 3-2 loss at Stoke City. They also beat Leeds 2-0 at Elland Road in their last away game.

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A Replay Set to be Needed in this Tie

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Hopefully that Sheffield United 5-0 loss last time out was an anomaly in their season because they were in decent form up to that point. Away from home they have won three of their last four games including the FA Cup third round win at Brighton and a 2-0 win at Leeds. They’ve also won 4-0 at Nottingham Forest and are certainly capable of scoring goals.

QPR are in similarly good form, winning three of their last four matches and scoring 13 goals in those four matches. They have won their last three at home and four of their last six, drawing with Charlton and losing to Hull.

I’m predicting a high scoring match in tonight’s FA Cup tie and the spoils to be shared come full-time, meaning it will be all back to Hillsborough for a replay in 10 or 11 days time.


FA Cup Score Prediction: QPR 2-2 Sheffield Wednesday

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The last QPR vs Sheffield Wednesday betting tip for tonight’s game is a correct score and I’m going for a 2-2 draw.

Both of these sides are expected to go out and try and win the match as a replay is never ideal, but with goals expected to flow, a 2-2 draw looks a good option for a bet. Mark Warburton’s side have home advantage here with also helps, but Sheff Wed are strong on the road. The Owls will want to forget last weekend’s 5-0 loss as quickly as possible, and a good result tonight would be the ideal tonic.


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Read More: See all the FA Cup correct score predictions for this weekend from BBC pundit Lawro.

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