One of the interesting aspects of this division is the fact that anyone can beat anyone, although it would be a big shock if Coventry came away from Loftus Road with the three points. Chris Coleman‘s team have lost five of their eight matches on the road and have failed to win any of their last seven league games. There‘s no money to spend at the Ricoh and the manager has been reliant on Leon Best to chip in with the goals that will hopefully keep the Sky Blues away from the relegation zone.
On the other hand, QPR have promotion aspirations this season, sitting fifth in the table after a bright start. While they have failed to win their last two home matches, this almost strengthens the argument that they should be backed for this game, with it being hard to see Jim Magilton‘s team failing in front of their own supporters for the third consecutive occasion. Adel Taarabt should return to the starting line-up, with the Tottenham loanee and Wayne Routledge likely to make it a difficult afternoon for the visitors. Best odds for the QPR win is 1.66 at Betfred.
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