QPR vs Brentford predictions and betting tips for the Championship encounter on Monday 27th November at 7:45pm. Read today’s betting preview for the match below.
QPR manager Ian Holloway once again finds himself under pressure after watching his side lose three in a row. Admittedly, it hasn’t been the easiest run of games for the West London side who have hosted in-form Villa and been defeated twice in the East Midlands and facing their near-neighbours Brentford will be far from straightforward. The visitors are having their own little dip after a bright spell and Dean Smith must find a way to return to winning ways in this crunch derby. The Bees should have beaten Burton but were no match for Cardiff on their travels a week ago. We’re starting with our QPR vs Brentford best betting tip for this evening.
We start our QPR vs Brentford tips with a goals selection. QPR have found the net in all but one of their home matches this season with Loftus Road seeing it’s fair share of entertainment throughout the campaign. Only Burton have kept them off the scoresheet but the Brewers parked the bus and that certainly won’t be Brentford’s approach. Dean Smith’s side drew a blank in South Wales but that was the first time in six away matches that they’ve failed to hit the target. Over 2.5 Goals and Both Teams to Score is 20/23 with Boylesports and that is the first of our QPR vs Brentford betting predictions for Monday evening.
QPR are a decent home side and only in-form Villa and near neighbours Fulham have come here and collected all three points. Brentford have won three times on the road although two of their victories came against sides in the bottom four with the other arriving against injury-hit Preston. After two games without a victory and just a single goal scored, I’d prefer to back this one to finish all square. Draw is the next of our QPR vs Brentford betting tips and is 27/10 with Betvictor.
The last of our QPR vs Brentford betting tips comes from the anytime goalscorer market. Ollie Watkins has netted in four of five away matches in a row and should find a few opportunities here. Ollie Watkins Anytime Goalscorer is 9/4 with Betfred and that is the last of our QPR vs Brentford predictions.
QPR have no new injury problems but are still without James Perch, Grant Hall and Nedam Onouha. Connor Washington may have done enough for a start here.
Sergi Canos may come into the side as Dean Smith shuffles his pack. Neal Maupay missed a sitter in midweek and he may drop to the bench. Alan Judge remains an absentee alongside Rico Henry.
Brentford won here in the Carabao Cup earlier in the season and also picked up three points at Loftus Road last season. QPR’s last home victory against their neighbours came in March 2016 with goals from Tjarron Chery, Sebastian Polter and Junior Hoilett.