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          Match Result

          Queens Park Rangers

          Leeds United


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          draw

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          Both Teams To Score

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          Queens Park Rangers

          Leeds United


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          Cardiff vs. QPR Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Two sides considered relegation contenders in the EFL Championship meet in Wales on Saturday as Cardiff City host Queens Park Rangers.

          Cardiff City currently sit 10th in the Championship after drawing their first game of the season.

          The Bluebirds kicked things off with a difficult game away at newly relegated Leeds United but emerged from the game with a very commendable 2-2 draw.

          Cardiff entered the game as the clear underdogs and spent the majority of the game well on the back foot, but despite conceding so much ground they found themselves 2-0 up at half-time after capitalising on virtually their only two attacks of the half.

          There will be some disappointment from a Cardiff perspective at having sacrificed a two-goal lead, with Leeds' equaliser coming in injury-time, but The Bluebirds would no doubt have snapped off your hand had you offered them a draw coming into the game.

          Cardiff struggled last season and spent the majority of the campaign deep in a relegation battle and many onlookers expect a repeat of that campaign this time around, but the resolve they displayed at Elland Road shows they won't be pushovers this season.

          Cardiff followed up the draw at Leeds with a penalty shootout win over Colchester United following a 2-2 draw in the EFL Cup Wednesday night.

          The game was much tighter than Cardiff would have liked but there were a number of Championship sides that underperformed notably in this competition in midweek so there's not too much concern in that regard.

          Games like this are a must-win for Cardiff if they are to avoid another relegation battle this season so three points is very much on the agenda for the Welsh side here.

          Queens Park Rangers currently sit rock bottom of the Championship having lost their opening Championship match heavily last weekend.

          QPR were battered 4-0 away at Watford on the opening weekend of the season in what was a very damning defeat for The Hoops.

          QPR had a miserable campaign last time out but narrowly avoided relegation after taking seven points from their last four matches.

          However, after failing to retain a few important loan players from last season many now expect QPR to face another difficult season and their opening day performance suggests that's exactly what's in store.

          Manager Gareth Ainsworth is going to face immense pressure if performances do not quickly improve as skepticism over his ability to make QPR a competitive side is already high.

          Cardiff away presents a good opportunity to claim a result but the inverse of that is a defeat will not go down well amongst the QPR faithful.

          Going off both side's opening weekend showings one would have to say the home side are more likely to come out on top here.

          For our Cardiff vs. QPR prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.

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          Cardiff Team News

          Joe Ralls left the pitch injury in Cardiff's 2-2 draw with Leeds and is a major doubt for this one.

          If Ralls is deemed unfit then Ebou Adams will be the likely man to deputise.

          Otherwise, the starting XI will likely look as it did at Elland Road.

          QPR Team News

          Jimmy Dunne and Jake Clarke-Salter are both out injured for The Hoops so new signing Steve Cook will likely come in for Joe Gubbins at the heart of the defence.

          Chris Willock started in the bench at Vicarage Road but he will likely come back into the starting XI here as QPR look for some attacking inspiration.

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