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QPR vs Hull Prediction, Tips & Stats

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      • (46') C. Willock
      • (73') I. Chair
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        • (70') L. Dykes
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        • (51') J. Philogene
        • (70') J. Seri
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            QPR vs Hull Prediction, Tips & Stats

            Hull City will be looking for a swift return to the win column this weekend when they meet with Queens Park Rangers are Loftus Road with the Tigers slipping into sixth after recent results.

            Scott Twine scored in the loss to Watford last time out for the Tigers, and they now sit with eight games won and five losses and sit adrift of the top two automatic spots by 15 points already. On the other hand, there is a two-point gap on Blackburn Rovers just below them and outside of the playoff spots.

            Nevertheless, despite the recent losses, it's been Hull's best start to a season since dropping out of the Premier League a few years back, and there is nothing to suggest they won't fight for a spot in the playoffs once more this season.

            Things are very different for QPR, however, and a recent win for them against Preston North End at Deepdale cannot overlook what has been a dismal season. Paul Smyth and Chris Willock scored goals in the away win at Preston last Friday, but nevertheless, the R's are down in the relegation zone still and have four points to make up on Huddersfield Town in the safe zone just above them.

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            QPR team news

            A return to the win column for Queens Park Rangers last time out that saw Paul Smyth and Chris Willock score goals from midfield and they will feature here once more. Lyndon Dykes and Dozzell are set to come into the side as well, as both were booked in the last match. Field and Jack Colback will start here as well with Paal, Clarke-Salter, Dunne and Cannon all likely to come into the defence. Osman Kakay and Ilias Chair will face late fitness tests ahead of this game, while Jordan Archer and Steve Cook are out with injuries. QPR have no suspensions to worry about.

            Hull team news

            Hull are sitting with very few injuries on the board and they should be able to field Lokilo in this one, despite coming off in the last outing. Scott Twine and Philogene are likely to play once more, as the former scored in the last to Watford last time out. Liam Delap will lead the line once more too. Ozan Tufan and Adama Traore started on the bench for Hull in the last game and should feature here, while Aaron Connolly will try and battle for a starting role as well. Greg Docherty and Harry Vaughan are out injured, while Matt Ingram continues to miss out in goal for Allsop.

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