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QPR vs Bristol City Prediction, Tips & Stats

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          Bristol to win and BTTS @ 4/1
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          PosClubPWDLGDPTS
          10
          Team logoPreston
          4618919-1163
          11
          Team logoBristol City
          46171118+262
          12
          Team logoCardiff
          4619522-1762
          Last updated 25/05/2024

          QPR vs Bristol City Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Queen’s Park Rangers will be aiming to record their first league victory in over two months as they are set to host Bristol City at Loftus park on Saturday afternoon.

          After an extremely disappointing start to their campaign, QPR currently find themselves in 23rd position in the Championship table and are just three points ahead of Sheffield Wednesday at the foot of the table. Rangers have only gained five points from their opening fifteen league games following ten defeats, three draws and just two victories.

          QPR come into this game on the back of a dreadful run of form which has seen them pick up just one point from the last available 21. In recent weeks, a lack of defensive discipline has been the downfall of QPR as they have suffered 2 red cards in their last three games.

          In their last league outing, Rangers managed to gain a point against fellow strugglers Rotherham. Despite taking the lead through Ilias Chair, Rangers were unable to hold onto the lead as the Millers equalised late on to ensure that the points would be shared.

          After an inconsistent start to their season, Bristol City find themselves in 11th place in the table, having recorded six wins, three draws and six defeats from their opening fifteen league outings.

          In their last league outing, Bristol recorded a narrow 1-0 victory over Sheffield Wednesday. The Robins dominated possession for much of the contest but struggled to break down a resolute Owls rearguard. However, Dickie popped up in the 65th minute to head home Tommy Conway's corner and secure a vital three points for Bristol City.

          Queens Park Rangers and Bristol City are two of the oldest and most established clubs in English football. The two sides have met on over 100 occasions in all competitions, with Bristol City holding the slight edge in terms of head-to-head record, having won 43 games, compared to QPR's 39.

          The first competitive meeting between the two sides took place in the Second Division in 1910, with Bristol City winning 1-0 at Ashton Gate. It was Bristol who also won the last meeting between these sides as they recorded a 2-0 victory in last year’s edition of the Championship.

          These sides are evenly matched at the bookies heading into this weekend’s game, however, it is Bristol who are currently favoured at the bookies and are currently priced @ 6/4, whilst a home win for QPR is priced @ 7/4 and a draw is @ 23/10.

          We are backing Bristol City to win and BTTS because this is often a tightly contested fixture, where both teams often find the back of the net. In the last four meetings between the two sides, both teams have scored on three occasions and we expect they both could this weekend.

          QPR Team News

          QPR manager Martí Cifuentes is expected to make a few changes to his team for their upcoming match against Bristol City. Jake Clarke-Salter, Steve Cook, Morgan Fox, and Jimmy Dunne are all ruled out with injuries. In defence, Rob Dickie and Yoann Barbet are expected to start in central defence, flanked by Ethan Laird and Lee Wallace.

          Bristol City Team News

          Bristol City will be without a number of key players for their next game against QPR on Saturday. Joe Williams, Andy King, and Nahki Wells are all ruled out, while Rob Atkinson and Zak Vyner are long-term absentees. In better news, Alex Scott and Callum O'Dowda are both back in contention after returning to training this week.

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