QPR vs Huddersfield – Preview, and Prediction

QPR vs Huddersfield – After losing to Swansea City in the Championship by a score of 1-0 last time, QPR will be hoping for a better outcome this time.

Queens Park Rangers had 54% of the possession in that game and 3 of their 8 shots on goal were successful. Swansea City,

on the other end, had 13 shots total, four of which were on goal. Swansea City’s Jol Piroe scored in the 21st minute. Queens Park Rangers haven’t successfully held out for a full 90 minutes very frequently lately.

The data indicates that Queens Park Rangers’ defense has been exposed in 6 of their previous 6 matches, resulting in 8 goals being conceded. If that pattern can be maintained into this next game, it will be intriguing to see.

The form guide indicates the following for Queens Park Rangers going into this game: have won their last two league games without losing against Huddersfield Town.

are unbeaten in their last two league home games. Huddersfield will be looking to redeem itself after losing to Blackpool in their most recent Championship contest.

Huddersfield Town possessed the ball for 64% of the game and made 15 efforts on goal, scoring on six of them. Blackpool,

on the other hand, had 7 shots total, with 2 of them finding the back of the net. Blackpool’s goal was scored by Theo Corbeanu (38′).

In their last six games, Huddersfield have been scored against, allowing their opponents to score a total of 12 goals. Huddersfield Town hasn’t been flawless at the defense.

QPR vs Huddersfield – Betting Analysis

A look back at their previous head-to-head matches, which date all the way back to 10/08/2019, reveals that QPR have won 1 of these, while Huddersfield have won 3, and the total number of games that ended in a draw stands at 2.

During these matches, the two teams combined for a total of 12 goals, with The R’s scoring 4 and The Terriers tallying 8. The R’s scored four goals while The Terriers scored eight.

Two is the standard number of goals scored in each contest on average. As a result of the team’s excellent physical condition and readiness to compete,

Michael Beale, the manager of QPR, does not have any fitness concerns going into this encounter. Danny Schofield, the manager of Huddersfield,

has to deal with just one fitness issue despite the fact that his team is generally in good shape. Due to a knee injury, Tyreece Simpson will not be participating in today’s game.

QPR vs Huddersfield – Head -to- Head





Our Prediction: Under 2.5 Goals