Bristol City are on a hot run of form at the moment in the Championship. They will be looking to extend their big winning streak even further as they welcome QPR to Ashton Gate. Things are not going as well for Rangers who are on a four-match losing streak. Read our Bristol City v QPR betting tips for more.
Bristol City 4/5
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on February 10th, 2019 at 11:44 p.m.)
Bristol City are on a big six-match winning streak in the Championship having collected a win at Blackburn on the weekend. Five of their last six wins have all been with a clean sheet as well, conceding just one goal in that sequence. Overall on home soil this season in the Championship, Bristol City are at W6 D5 L4. Bristol City are actually unbeaten in their last 12 league games so it has been highly impressive from them.
They have averaged under a goal per game against them at home, where they are on a three-match winning streak. The Robins are unbeaten in their last six at Ashton Gate (W3 D3). Just 27% of Bristol City’s home games have gone over 2.5 goals. Four of their six home wins have been by a one-goal margin only. Currently, Bristol City have scored in each of their last 12 league games home and away combined. There is a big half-time trend with them at home as they have been level of the break in 10 of their 15 league home games. Middlesbrough are the only side to have a better defensive record in the division than Bristol City.
The Robins rolled out a big 3-0 win at Loftus Road earlier this season
Bristol City are unbeaten in four Championship games against QPR (W3 D1)
QPR are winless in eight trips to Bristol City
Both teams have scored in just two of the last six meetings
QPR lost at home against Birmingham on the weekend, which has left them in a bit of desperate form. QPR are on a four-match losing streak in the division and in that sequence of games they have conceded a total of 11 goals. They are without a clean sheet in their last five league fixtures. Away from home, this season in the Championship QPR are at W4 D4 L7. Three of the four wins that they have taken on the road have been against the current bottom three of the Reading, Bolton and Ipswich.
QPR have averaged exactly one goal per game away from home this season and five of the seven away losses that they have recorded have been by a one-goal margin. QPR have been level at half-time in eight of their 15 away games. QPR have conceded a least two goals in each of their last three league fixtures. They have conceded 62% of their away goals this season in the second half fixtures.
It has to be the home win which gets backed for this one as Bristol City are in such tremendous form at the moment. QPR have just badly lost their way so it is the straight out home win for our prediction.
11th February 2019 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
QPR have started to pick up their form after some big struggles at the start of the season. They can be happy with their return recently and they get a chance to extend on home soil this weekend. They take on Norwich in the evening kick-off on Saturday evening. The Canaries have done a good job recently as well though. Read our QPR v Norwich betting tips for more.
* (Betting Odds were taken from bet365 on September 20th, 2018 at 8:22 p.m.)
QPR had such a rough start to the new season losing four straight games and connecting thirteen goals in the process. Things have drastically changed for them though with a W3 D1 record in their last four and with three clean sheets in that sequence. So that is a pretty drastic turn around for them and we are going to look under 2.5 goals at 17/20 odds* (betting odds taken on September 20th, 2018 at 8:22 pm).
So far at home QPR have gone W2 L2 winning their last two there with a clean sheet. A QPR 1-0 correct score for the game is at 15/2 odds* (betting odds taken on September 20th, 2018 at 8:22 pm). Eberechi Eze is their top scorer for the scoring with three goals to his name. Of the seven goals that QPR have scored this season, six of them have been in the first half of matches. They have conceded 80% of their goals this season after the halftime break.
Norwich have landed back to back wins in the Championship having taken down Middlesbrough in a fantastic win, and then beating Reading last weekend out on the road. It leaves them with a positive W3 D1 L1 record in their last five. In their four away games they are just W1 D2 L1 for the season and they have yet to pick up a clean sheet on their travels. So that could leave them just a little bit vulnerable in this one.
We are looking at a low-scoring game and both teams to NOT score is going to appeal in QPR v Norwich betting. The Canaries have scored 75% of their goals in the second half of matches this season and 69% of the goals they have conceded have been after the break. While QPR and Norwich look evenly matched at the moment just the lack of Norwich’s output away from home could leave them at risk.
Each of the last four games between QPR and Norwich have ended in a home win. So things sit actually sit even between these two in the last six meetings with two wins each and a two drawn matches. Both teams have scored in just two of the last five meetings and three of the last five have gone over 2.5 goals.
Just because Norwich haven’t been particularly strong away from home this season in terms of putting wins on the board, we think that they may be vulnerable in this one out at Loftus Road. We are backing the straight home win in the match outright in our QPR v Norwich betting tips.
21st September 2018 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Fulham are going so well at the moment in the Championship that they look the strongest side in the entire division. They are well on course to lock in a play off spot and another three points against QPR would help push them towards it. However, QPR sprung a huge surprise in midweek in beating Aston Villa, which actually did Fulham a huge favour.
Fulham 6/10, Draw 14/5, QPR 4/1* (Betting Odds taken at 02:08 a.m. on March 14th, 2018)
Fulham have really gotten themselves together over the second half of the season and their form since mid-November has been amazing. They have gone W15 D3 L2 in their last twenty league games which is a phenomenal return. They are on a four-match winning streak and they haven’t lost since mid-December. At Craven Cottage they are so strong and are currently running on a massive nine-match winning streak at home in the league with recent wins coming over Wolves and Sheffield United. The have won each of their last five at home to nil so a Fulham to win to nil wager at Coral will have some appeal in this one at 21/10 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 6:05 p.m. on March 14th, 2018). Overall this season at Craven Cottage Fulham are W10 D6 L2 in the league and three of their last four results at home have been 2-0 wins. A Fulham 2-0 correct score at Coral returns odds of 8/1* (Betting Odds taken at 02:08 a.m. on March 14th, 2018). A win keeps them well on track for a challenge at an atomic promotion spot, but the play off route looks more realistic at this point.
QPR have given themselves a nice little lift recently having won back to back games. Their win on Tuesday night out at Aston Villa was a huge surprise for them and it leaves them unbeaten in three league outings (W2 D1). So there have been some positive there for them. Overall though they have only won three times away from home all season in the league with a W2 D5 L10 record and their win at Villa Park snapped a three-match losing streak away from home that they were on. They have failed to earn a clean sheet in any of their last six fixtures away from. Rangers have averaged under a goal per game away from home this season while they have conceded an average of 1.5 per game. They have found the back of the net in each of their last three road games, all of which have gone over 2.5 goals. However, they are facing a really good Fulham defence and under 2.5 goals at Coral is at 7/5 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 02:08 a.m. on March 14th, 2018). QPR have conceded at least one goal in 94% of their away matches.
Fulham have won three of the five previous Championship clashes between the two clubs (D1 L1), the one loss a home reverse in this corresponding fixture from last season. The Cottagers were on a five-match winnings streak at home (six unbeaten) against the R’s before that happened. Both teams have scored in six of the last seven meetings.
Fulham are likely to prevail where Aston Villa failed as they face up to QPR. The Cottagers are playing some great stuff at the moment and with the fresher legs too are likely to ease themselves into a win in this one. Look for them to win to nil.
15th March 2018 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
Villa landed a huge result on the weekend beating league leaders Wolves. That keeps the Villains still in the hunt for an automatic play off spot. But they need to keep their positive momentum going and follow that win over Wolves up with another home success in midweek. QPR are just stuck down in the middle of the table with nothing to play for.
Aston Villa 8/11, Draw 11/4, QPR 9/2* (Betting Odds taken at 7:33 p.m. on March 12th, 2018)
The Villains are now on a three-match winning streak of form in the league having collected a fantastic 4-1 home win over Wolves on the weekend. They are carrying great form in front of goal having scored eleven goals in their last three league fixtures. Their form at Villa Park has been fantastic as they are on a ten-match unbeaten streak there, having scored in each of their last seven at Villa Park. Overall their record at Villa Park is W11 D6 L1 for the Championship season. Villa have won five of their last six at Villa Park, only a recent draw against Preston stopping their big streak. Villa are averaging just under two goals per game at home while they have conceded an average of under a goal per game. In the bet365 correct score market an Aston Villa 1-0 option is at 11/2 odds* (Betting Odds taken at 7:33 p.m. on March 12th, 2018) while the under 2.5 goals option is worth considering for the midweek action as well. They go into the fixture four points behind second-placed Cardiff so have to keep winning to keep up the pressure there.
Rangers are going nowhere in the bottom half of the table and their chances of winning this are slim because they are looking for what would be just their third away win for the entire season (D5 L10). So it’s unlikely that they will raise too much of a threat and they are on a three-match losing streak on the road as well currently. Their defence has shipped at least two goals in each of their last three goals and while a home win over the relegation-threatened Birmingham gave them a nice boost, it’s unlikely that their form is going to carry over into this one. QPR have averaged under a goal per game away from home this term and they have taken only the one clean sheet on their travels. So the problems are pretty evident. They have not taken a clean sheet in any of their last five games away from Loftus Road, conceding at least two goals in each of their last three. QPR have conceded an average of 1.6 goals per game away from home.
Aston Villa were 2-1 winners at Loftus Road earlier in the season, which was their third win in a row over QPR. Each of those wins were by a one-goal margin as well, so that’s a decent trend. Villa are unbeaten in four league games against QPR now (W3 D1) and both teams have scored in just two of the last five clashes. Villa are W2 D2 in their last four home games against QPR.
Aston Villa have form and confidence and can push on to take the victory. Rangers don’t really have the away form to compete in this one and Villa 2-1 correct score has plenty of appeal.
12th March 2018 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
It is hard to see just where Sheffield United’s season is quite going to end up. They produced a very good 2-1 home win over Leeds in their last home game to give themselves a boost but they have been struggling to get those home wins on the board in their hopes of landing a play off place this season. QPR are pretty much playing for nothing at the moment sat in the bottom half of the table but their away form has not been good all season and a few more slips could see them start to slip towards the drop zone.
Sheffield United 7/10, Draw 13/5, QPR 4/1* (Betting Odds taken on February 18th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.)
The Blades bowed out of the FA Cup on the weekend in a defeat at Leicester, but they put in a pretty good challenge though. It is now back to full focus on rebuilding their Championship season where they need to gather some big momentum to get back into the play off picture. The Blades took a 2-1 win at home last time out in the league against Leeds and now have a good chance to follow up on that. Overall the Blades are W9 D2 L5 this season on home soil and they are W2 D1 L1 in their last four. Sheffield United have averaged 1.5 goals per game at home this season and defensively they have been pretty sound having conceded under an average of a goal per game. Under 2.5 goals at 4/5 at Ladbrokes is at 4/5 odds* (Betting Odds taken on February 18th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.) and Sheffield United to go out and win this game to nil will probably have some decent appeal as well. Five of their nine home wins this season have been by a one-goal margin and only five teams have better home form than the Blades have this season. A 1-0 correct score in favour of the home side is at 11/2* (Betting Odds taken on February 18th, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.)
QPR took a great home win over Bolton on the weekend to carry on in the generally positive fashion that they have been in at Loftus Road recently. However, they have lost their last two away games in the league, conceding two goals in each of those against Bristol City and Wolves. They were without a clean sheet in any of their last four games played now on the road. QPR have managed to pick up only two road victories all season in the Championship and part of the problem has been their lack of scoring threat. They have tallied only the 13 goals in their 16 road games and just 38% of their road games have gone over 2.5 goals. So a low scoring game does look likely and both teams NOT to score at Ladbrokes is probably the right option to consider in the game. Only Hull, Birmingham and Bolton currently have worse away form in the Championship than QPR do, but overall home and away combined they have picked up their form recently. But will it be enough to get themselves three points in this tough away game though? Rangers have conceded a goal in 94% of their away games this season and it would be a surprise if they got out of this with a clean sheet
QPR took a 1-0 home success over Sheffield United at Loftus Road when they met earlier in the season. QPR have won three of the last four meetings with Sheffield United now (L1) and each of those four matches in that sequence were won to nil. So that’s a decent trend to consider. The last meeting at Bramall Lane was back in 2010 in the Championship and Sheffield United suffered a big 3-0 defeat in that one. The Blades are W2 D2 L1 in their last five home fixtures against QPR.
Back the Blades to back up that home win over Leeds with another in this one. That recent Bramall Lane success should have given them enough to drive forward and back it up with another one in this fixture. QPR have not been strong this season away from home. Home win.
18th February 2018 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
The Lions are holding ground in the bottom half of the table and no more really. They have only lost one of their last five though as they go into this home game against QPR. Rangers are level on points with the Lions and have the exact same W/D/L record as Millwall have, as well as having scored the exact same amount of goals too. The only difference is that QPR have shipped more goals, so this may be a tight game. Millwall are 5/4 to take the win, with the draw at 11/5 and QPR at 23/10.
Millwall have been really inconsistent this season and as of yet have failed to land back to back league wins this season so far. They are unbeaten in their last four on home soil in the league and that could be an important factor going into this one. Their overall home form reads W6 D3 L3 for the season and their last two league wins have come against top-seven sides in the form of Sheffield United and Middlesbrough. Defensively they aren’t particularly sound really with only the one clean sheet in their last six played and therefore both teams to score at Coral is worth a look for the game. Millwall have conceded at an average rate of over a goal per game at home so far with four clean sheets in their twelve games at the Den. Millwall have actually scored the opening goal in eight of their twelve home games this season but have only been ahead at half time in two of those home fixtures. Their home form has been so important to them because they have yet to win on their travels this term.
These two played out a 2-2 draw earlier in the season at Loftus Road and each of the last three meetings between the two of them were drawn as well. Things have been really tight between these two for a while now as seven of the last nine meetings have ended in a draw with the others producing one win each. Subsequently, Millwall are unbeaten in their four previous home games in the Championship against the R’s now. Seven of the previous nine Championship meetings have gone under 2.5 goals so it hasn’t been a fixture which produces a lot of output. That should make this Friday night fixture with considering under 2.5 goals for as well.
QPR have collected just the one win in their last nine league games now (D3 L5) but with them having gone unbeaten in their last three they have at least stopped their poor losing habit. They did win their last away game which was out at bottom side Birmingham and that snapped a three match losing streak that they were on away from Loftus Road and that was also their first road victory of the season as well. Overall this season QPR are just W1 D5 L6 on their travels. They have only managed to collect the nine goals as well on their travels which highlights the big part of their problem. Defensively they have conceded an average of 1.6 goals per game away from home and have only managed to take just the one clean sheet away from home all season. 70% of their points this season have been earned at home which speaks volumes about their away form and only three players have managed to score more than one away goal for them this season. Will their lack of defensive strengths away come back to haunt them again?
Millwall are carrying decent enough home form to go and collect three points for themselves in this home fixture. Rangers haven’t been bad on the road recently but Millwall have taken home wins against a couple of top seven sides recently and can topple Rangers.
27th December 2017 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
It hasn’t quite been the season that either will have hoped for really as they have both only put the three wins on the board during their respective campaigns. Fulham go into the game just the one point ahead of QPR so this could be a fairly even-matched contest. QPR have drawn a lot of their games lately whereas Fulham have only suffered the one defeat in six and this is a game which really could swing either way. QPR are 23/10 with Bet365 to pick up the home win, with the draw at 5/2 and Fulham trading at 11/10.
QPR have managed to stay unbeaten on home soil then this season in the Championship with a decent W3 D2 record on the board. They have drawn their last two. In four of their five home games this season, Rangers have scored exactly two goals, the other being a 0-0 draw played out against Burton. So they have done alright on home soil and over 2.5 goals at bet365 for this one returns a price of 8/11. 60% of their home games this season have gone over the mark and both teams have scored in 60% of their home games too. You can back both teams to score at bet365 therefore at a price of 4/7. There will just be some concerns about their defence which has taken just the one clean sheet in their last nine games in the Championship though. Jamie Mackie and Matt Smith are joint top scorers for them this season in the league with three each and they are a quote of 21/10 and 12/5 respectively in the anytime goalscorer market. They are looking for someone to really step up for them in front of goal though.
There was a 1-1 draw played out between these two last season at Loftus Road and QPR have won just one of their last four on home soil against Fulham (D1 L2). So they could be a little vulnerable here. Fulham posted a good 3-1 away win at Notts Forest in the week to take their away form this season to W2 D2 L1 in the Championship. They have taken two clean sheets in those five away games. Notably, this season they have taken draws against both Cardiff and Leeds, the current top two in the division, so have some scrappiness about them. Overall in their last six home and away they have gone W3 D2 L1 so are not in bad shape despite not quite delivering the goalscoring exploits that they produced last season. They really haven’t produced a consistent scorer this season but Aboubakar Kamkar goes as the 6/4 outright favourite in the bet365 anytime goalscorer market. Fulham have bossed the recent head to head against QPR. over the last eight meetings between the two clubs in Premier League and Championship matches, FUlham have gone W5 D1 L2 against Rangers. They have scored in each of their last four trips to Loftus Road against the R’s. In the Bet365 correct score market, a Fulham 2-1 wager is having appeal at 8/1 but this should be a fairly tight contest.
Draw: This game will have some appeal to end up level at the final whistle. QPR remain unbeaten on home soil this season which has to count for something, but Fulham are tough enough to go there and avoid defeat. Settle on the outright draw.
28th September 2017 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
A good high profile game here but strangely Norwich haven’t gotten themselves up and running yet with just a point so far. That was earned on the road on the opening weekend, but they suffered a heavy home defeat against Sunderland on the weekend. So that will give QPR hope as they head to Carrow Road with four points having been collected from their two opening games. Norwich are 8/11 odds on favourites to win this, with the draw at 13/5 and QPR at 3/1.
Each week from Monday through Thursday, if you make the qualifying stake amount of £25 across any sport in the Coral sportsbook, then on Friday you will claim a free £5 bet back to use that weekend! This is through the fantastic Coral Bet & Get Club! You can opt into this great promotion each and every week and start amassing those free bets just from your regular betting! The offer is open to new and existing customers. Register an account with online betting site Coral and also enjoy £20 worth of free bets as well from them!
The Canaries need to seriously get themselves going after a hugely disappointing result on the weekend. Norwich were beaten 3-1 by Sunderland on home soil on the weekend, a bit of a shock result for them, so really have to turn something out in this one against QPR. Well worth looking at both teams to score at Coral for a price of 4/6 as that has happened in both of Norwich’s league games this season. The saving grace for the Canaries here is that they are running in decent home form against QPR. They won this corresponding fixture last season 4-0 and they have only lost one of their last eight home games against QPR (W6 D1 L1) so that is a pretty strong record. In the Coral correct score market, a Norwich 2-1 return for a price of 15/2 looks fantastic value going into this one. The Canaries were very good on home soil last season in the Championship where they posted a W15 D4 L4 record across the season. The defeat against Sunderland was only their second loss in their last two home games in the Championship, carrying over from last season.
In the anytime goalscorer market, Cameron Jerome and Nelson Oliveira are joint 7/5 favourites at Coral to get on the board. QPR have made a positive start to the new season by collecting four points from their opening two games. They took a solid 2-0 home win over Reading to open with and then held their own in a 1-1 draw with Sheffield Wednesday on the weekend. So this hasn’t been an easy fixture list for them to get started with but are doing alright. But they don’t have great form out at Carrow Road which will cast some doubt over them, not having won there since a Championship victory back in September 2008. Conor Washington has two goals for them this season and he is a price of 9/4 in the anytime goalscorer market with Jamie Mackie, who netted against the Owls on the weekend, a price of 11/4. Rangers struggled badly out on the road last season and are winless in their last eight league away games. But their point at Hillsborough on the weekend will have given them confidence.
Norwich to win: The fortunes for the Canaries have to change soon and it could happen here as they have some good form going against QPR at Carrow Road, having won three of their last four there against them. Home win.
15th August 2017 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
QPR scraped and scrapped their way to survival last season finishing in eighteenth. It really was a season to forget for them and they will be hoping that they can land some rewards at Loftus Road in their opener against Reading. The Royals finished third in last season’s Championship but were edged out in the play off race. They will be hoping to at least be back in the play off picture this season, if not better. QPR are 13/8 to take the win on home soil, with Reading at 31/20 and the draw at 12/5. It is expected to be a close tussle.
Take advantage of some fantastic football betting products available at online betting site Bet365. For starters, there is their great 0-0 bore draw insurance available on all matches which offers great protection on your pre-match correct score, scorecast or half-time/full-time wagers. There are great each-way first goalscorer odds to be taken as well and you can enjoy extensive live in-play football betting as well as live streams from some of Europe’s top leagues. With cash out and partial cash out options available as well, sign up for an account with Bet365 and enjoy a 100% matched deposit bonus from them to get in on the action!
It was misery all the way for QPR last season in the second tier. It wasn’t the greatest of seasons at Loftus Road from Rangers who went W9 D4 L10 there in the Championship, but down the final stretch of the season, it was their home form along which kept them afloat after having lost their last five away games on the bounce. So it’s time to start again for them and last season they opened with a 3-0 home win over Leeds for their season start. This is likely going to be a tight battle and under 2.5 goals at bet365 is going to have appeal right out of the gate at a price of 4/5. Three of the last four between these at Loftus Road have gone under the mark. In fact, three of the last four have been 1-1 draws. The 1-1 correct score at bet365 for this latest encounter is a price of 11/2. Boss Ian Holloway has been really quiet in the transfer market, so it is pretty much as they were last season.
In the anytime goalscorer market Idrissa Sylla and Conor Washington are both 2/1 options for them. Sylla was the only player to make it into double figures last season in the Championship for the R’s (10 goals). Reading looked strong to gain promotion last season but were tripped up in the play offs. They aren’t being backed too strongly to get promotion this season really. While they were so strong at home last term, away from home they posted a W10 D2 L11 record, so were a bit hit and miss. They collected only the one point from their two games against QPR last season and are winless in their last four against them (D2 L2) in the Championship. Jon Dadi Bodvarsson is a 2/1 anytime goalscorer option for them while top scorer last season Yann Kermorgant is a doubt for the game at 9/4. Boss Jaap Stam has really been active over the summer in the transfer market. Will it pay off this season?
QPR to win: The recent head to head action between them at Loftus Road suggests that this going to be tight. This is probably going to be another tight scrap between the two clubs in London and the only thing that may tip the balance is the home advantage. Back the R’s to open with three points.
3rd August 2017 / lee - Category: Championship Betting
The Owls are in a scrap to land themselves a play-off spot this season and still have some work to do. This could be a tricky away game for them down at Loftus Road, as the only side to have won there in QPR’s last five home games is title-challengers Brighton. Will the R’s be able to do some damage to Wednesday’s play-off hopes? QPR are 5/2 for the win, with the draw at 12/5 and Sheffield Wednesday are at 6/5 for victory.
One of the top football betting products around is Bet365’s 0-0 Bore Draw Insurance which they offer on all matches listed in their sportsbook. Place a pre-match correct score, scorecast or half time/full time wager on a match and if the game ends goalless then the bookmaker will refund lost stakes on the selected markets with a free bet. This applies to all matches in their sportsbook. Register an account with the award winning Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus from them and enjoy other top features like each-way goalscorer odds, live streams and cash out options.
What can QPR muster up in this one? They have bagged themselves four wins in their last five games on home soil now and so they have a bit of form ticking along. Will that be enough for them to scupper the play off hopes of Sheffield Wednesday? Rangers lost 1-0 at Hillsborough against Wednesday earlier in the season. Rangers are unbeaten in their last four games at home as well against Sheffield Wednesday (W2 D2) and so they may be value in backing to get something out of the game. A 1-1 correct score at Bet365 is trading at 11/2 while the 0-0 draw is running at a price of 10/1 and both may have some appeal. QPR only had their winning streak at home snapped in a loss against Brighton in their last fixture at Loftus Road and they were level at the break in that one. A half-time draw at Bet365 is going to be value at a quote of 6/5.
Sheffield Wednesday secured a big three points in a home win over Newcastle recently and they will be looking to follow up a win over bottom side Rotherham in their last away game. Wednesday have won just two of their last four away games in the Championship now and their patch form since around the end of February has just put their play off hopes in a bit of jeopardy. They are on a massive eight-match winless streak out on the road at QPR now (D5 L3) but there is enough in that head to head perhaps to see the Owls land themselves a point and every point counts at this stage. Steven Fletcher bagged both goals in their recent 2-0 win out at Rotherham and he is trading at a price of 11/5 in the anytime goalscorer market. This game to see less than three goals is likely as only 29% of Wednesday’s away games this season have gone over the 2.5 goal line. Under 2.5 goals is a price of 5/2 at Bet365.
Draw: It may be worth looking for a draw in this one because QPR have been going well enough on home soil, even in a defeat against Brighton at Loftus Road to suggest that they can get something out of this game.
16th April 2017 / lee - Category: Championship Betting