Bristol City vs. Queens Park Rangers predictions for Friday’s Championship clash at Ashton Gate Stadium. Robins look to extend their fine home form and escape the immediate danger zone. Read on for all our free predictions and betting tips.
Bristol City vs. Queens Park Rangers Betting Tips
Queens Park Rangers travel to Bristol for their Matchday 42 clash on Friday hoping to finally return to the winning ways and avoid dropping further towards the relegation zone. However, with their horrendous streak behind them and losses at Derby County (1-0), Aston Villa (1-0) and to Brighton (1-2) in front of the home fans, we don’t see them bouncing back and snatching any points here.
The visitors have dropped to 16th with just ten points ahead of the 22nd placed Blackburn Rovers with a series that will surely do no wonders for the team spirits. Bristol City will now look to use their streak and extend their fine form with another confident display, trying to bag their third consecutive win there, which we’ll back at 10/11 with Ladbrokes
The Robins come into the match on the back of a 3-1 win over Wolverhampton last week, which was a return to the winning ways after two tough away days and losses at Brentford (2-0) and Preston North End (5-0). They’ve been rather difficult to beat in front of their fans since late January, going four points adrift of the red zone mainly for results there.
QPR have struggled for consistency on the road but they’ve conceded more than one goal on just one of their last six trips away from home. Considering their records, Under 2.5 goals FT looks good value for money and we’ll go for it at 19/20 with BetVictor
as we hope to see them put pressure on in-form home attacking line.
Bristol City vs. Queens Park Rangers Stats
Interestingly, we’ve last seen more than two goals in their head-to-head encounters back in 2011 but the sides have met just three times since then. We’ve seen a 1-1 draw at this ground in December 2015, and QPR have been able to secure the home points with two narrow wins to follow (1-0 in May and 1-0 in October 2016).
We’ll now go for a similar clash but back the home side to turn it their way, going for a 1-0 home win in the correct score market at a handsome 13/2 with William Hill