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QPR vs. Bournemouth Prediction, Tips & Stats

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          Match Result

          Wolverhampton Wanderers

          AFC Bournemouth


          0%

          Wol

          30%

          draw

          40%

          AFC

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Won or Drawn in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Both Teams To Score

          Wolverhampton Wanderers

          AFC Bournemouth


          60%

          Wol

          70%

          combined

          80%

          AFC

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been BTTS in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          Over 2.5 Goals

          Wolverhampton Wanderers

          AFC Bournemouth


          40%

          Wol

          60%

          combined

          80%

          AFC

          Results display the percentage of matches that have been Over 2.5 Goals in the last 5 matches in all major Competitions and International Friendlies

          QPR vs. Bournemouth Prediction, Tips & Stats

          Queens Park Rangers are looking to put their league woes behind them as they face AFC Bournemouth in the FA Cup this weekend.

          QPR currently find themselves second-bottom in the EFL Championship and are struggling notably.

          They came into the season under the guidance of manager Gareth Ainsworth with many fancying them to have a difficult season, and things went almost exactly as expected with Ainsworth relieved of his duties as manager not long into the campaign.

          Martí Cifuentes has since taken charge of the Hoops and while they’ve improved on the whole, they’re still looking like they’re in pretty deep trouble.

          After a decent run of form that made them look as though they were starting their ascent up the league table, they’ve regressed back down to their initial level as they enter this game winless in their last five games having won four of those.

          Their most recent game saw them fall to a 1-2 defeat to Cardiff City at Loftus Road, a disappointing result as that was a hugely winnable fixture.

          The FA Cup has not been a pleasant endeavour for QPR in recent seasons as they come into this one having lost four of their last five games in this competition, losing to lower-league opposition in both of the last two seasons.

          A good cup run would probably do them a lot of good in terms of confidence building, but given the difficulty of the tie they’ve been handed that feels unlikely.



          After a terrible start to the season, Bournemouth are coming into this game in much better shape than they were a couple of months back.

          The Cherries were looking like a nailed-on relegation candidate not long back but a good run of form has seen them rocket up to 12th in the league table under Andoni Iraola.

          Their most recent game did see them lose a tricky game away at Tottenham Hotspur 3-1, but prior to that they were unbeaten in eight games with seven of those ending in wins.

          They’ve also been notably strong away from home, with Iraola’s men having won four of their last five games on the road.

          Iraola’s side should be looking at this competition with wide eyes and see a huge opportunity to make a deep run, given they look more than well-equipped to remain in the league this season.

          Both of the last two seasons have seen Bournemouth knocked out of the FA Cup by lower-league opposition so they’ll be determined not to make that mistake again.

          For our QPR vs. Bournemouth prediction, we’re going for a 3-1 win for the away side.

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          QPR Team News

          Chris Willock, Steve Cook and Ilias Chair are all doubts after their absence in the game against Cardiff while Rayan Kolli looks set to miss out.

          Jordan Archer and Lyndon Dykes are both expected to start here.

          Bournemouth Team News

          The Cherries will likely make changes for this one with Max Aarons, Alex Scott and Luis Sinisterra all expected to come into the starting XI.

          Kieffer Moore could also start up top ahead of Dominic Solanke while Milos Kerkez, Ryan Fredericks, Darren Randolph, Hamed Traore, Tyler Adams, Lloyd Kelly and Lewis Cook all remain unavailable to Andoni Iraola.

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