Queens Park Rangers


Loftus Road

24/02/2018 | 3:00 pm

Nottingham Forest


Loftus Road

24/02/2018 | 3:00 pm

In a sentence: Two teams who are fighting to force themselves away from mid table face off in West London, but who will come out on top at Loftus Road?

Last time: Forest continued their recent good run against QPR at home, winning 4-0 on the day.

This time: QPR are 6/5 to win, a draw is 23/10 and an away win is priced at 2/1.

You might remember: A fun fact is that the 4-0 loss at the City Ground meant that QPR are still waiting for their first ever win away against Forest in their entire history.

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Betting Tips & Predictions

QPR’s form at Loftus Road has been unpredictable so far this season

These two sides come into this in dreadful form and both need a comprehensive win to get back on track, but a 0-0 sounds like quite a sensible scoreline to go for, which is priced at 10/1. However, keeping clean sheets isn’t exactly something these two sides do very much of, so maybe a 1-1 at 6/1 is possible.

The last time these two sides faced off at Loftus Road QPR came out of the other end as 2-0 winners, and a repeat of that scoreline is at 11/1. That being said, Forest’s last win here was a 2-1 victory, which is priced 10/1. But with QPR’s last two wins coming at home against opposition close to them in the table, 3-1 is priced at 18/1 and could well be worth something.

Despite the poor form that these two are in, a score draw may be in order. A 1-1 draw, as mentioned previously, feels a distinct possibility but if you are feeling somewhat adventurous, 2-2 (a Desmond) is at 14/1 and a thrilling 3-3 can see you get a price at 66/1.

Match Summary


Look out for:

If you want a safe looking bet, QPR to score in the first half is at Evens, whilst Forest to score in the first half is at 13/10.


We fancy:

Both teams to score in both halves is at 16/1 and may be worth a small flutter.


It’s a long shot, but:

There’s a reason that 4-4 in this game is at 200/1, but when the Championship is coming towards its climax period, anything can happen!

Written by Tom Scholes

Tom Scholes is a huge sports fan with football and baseball his main passions. He follows football in England, France, Italy and the USA and when he’s not busy writing, Tom is usually making short documentaries or teaching music and history.