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19/09/2018 Kick Off:  7:45 pm Loftus Road V Predicted Score:1 - 0

Away Millwall

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Match Summary

1 Look out for:

QPR head into this game in strong form, unbeaten in their last four matches in league and cup action, compared with Millwall’s recent record of one win in their last four games in all competitions.

However, due to the unpredictability of the division, Championship predictions are never easy.

The hosts should have enough to edge out a win, even if is not the most thrilling football prediction, a home win is at 7/5 with bet365.

7/5 QPR to win
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2 We fancy:

Given QPR’s recent ability to dig out positive results, this game is expected to follow the pattern of their other Championship previews.

A narrow win looks to be the way to go on this one, with Steve McLaren’s team scoring just two goals in their last three league games. 

A 1-0 home win is a football score prediction that brings in a good return, at 13/2 with bet365.

13/2 QPR to win 1-0
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3 It's a long shot, but…

This game could be feisty, as clashes between the two have been in recent meetings. Nine yellow cards and one red were handed out in the two league meetings in 2017-18, and that could be a sign.

A red card to be shown on Wednesday night to either side is a real option, priced at 6/1 with Marathon Bet.

6/1 A red card to be shown
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One to Watch: Eberechi Eze

Eze is QPR’s top scorer in league action so far this season with two goals. If he scores, QPR tend to win.

With that in mind, he is a good option for the first scorer as a football prediction for this game, priced at 15/2 with Paddy Power to break the deadlock. 

15/2 Eze to score first
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Team News

Queens Park Rangers' Last Six:
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QPR will be without Ilias Chair and Grant Hall for this clash due to injury. Tomer Hemed is fit to play after being substituted in their last game. 

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Millwall should have a fully-fit squad to pick from, with attackers Lee Gregory and Steve Morison set to shake off minor injuries. 

Queens Park Rangers vs Millwall Betting Tips, Preview & Predictions

QPR welcome Millwall to Loftus Road for this midweek Championship fixture

Neither side has had a brilliant start to the new season, with QPR down in 18th and Millwall sitting one place below, as the Championship table begins to take shape. 

Other teams expected to be in and amongst the play-off conversation, such as Stoke City, Preston and Ipswich, are all struggling so far in 2018/19 too.

However, the sensation is that QPR should have just enough to get over the line in this clash, and that is reflected in the football bet tips and predictions for this one. 

Whilst they might not score many goals, they do have a resilience to get results and not concede silly goals, with a defensive record of two goals against in their last four games. 

Eze is one to keep an eye on in attack, but former Arsenal youth team player Luke Freeman is also a goal threat. 

He has also scored twice so far this season, and he is at 17/4 to score anytime. 

Predicted Score: Queens Park Rangers 1 - 0 Millwall

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Written by Feargal Brennan

Feargal Brennan is a long-suffering Everton fan who turned to European football for respite from the Toffees’ struggles. A frequent radio contributor, Feargal writes on football and betting and is an expert in how to cope when you support a forever frustrating football team.