QPR vs Preston – After losing to Wigan Athletic in the previous match of the Championship by a score of 1-0, QPR will be hoping for a better outcome in this one.

Queens Park Rangers had 49% of the control in that game and 3 of their 8 shots on goal were successful. 8 goal efforts were made by Wigan Athletic, and 4 of them were successful. For Wigan Athletic, Max Power struck after six minutes.

Queens Park Rangers haven’t consistently been able to hold out for the entire 90 minutes of recent games. The truth is that Queens Park Rangers’ defense has been penetrated in 5 of their last 6 games, resulting in 14 goals being scored.

Preston North End will enter the game having defeated Blackpool 3-1 in their previous Championship meeting. In that game, Preston North End had 49% of the control and 7 of their 9 shots on goal were successful.

Goals were made by Brad Potts (12′), Ben Whiteman (26′), and Tom Cannon (51′) for Preston North End. Five of Blackpool’s 12 attempts on goal were on target. Blackpool’s Jerry Yates struck in the 89th second.

Over the span of their previous six games, Preston North End under Ryan Lowe have scored seven goals in total. They have given up a total of six goals during those same matchups.

QPR vs Preston – Betting Analysis

Looking at their most recent head-to-head matches dating back to 07/03/2020, we can see that QPR has won three of them and Preston North End has won two, with one game ending in a tie.

The two teams combined for 15 goals in these contests, with The R’s scoring 8 and The Lilywhites scoring 7. There are 2.5 goals scored on average per contest.

The teams’ prior league encounter took place on Championship Match Day 23 on December 17, 2022, with Preston North End defeating Queens Park Rangers 0–1.

In that contest, Preston North End had 52% of the ball and attempted 10 goals, only two of which were successful. Queens Park Rangers’ opponents had 17 shots on goal, with 6 of those goals finding the back of the net. Jimmy Dunne scored in the 58th minute. Oliver Langford served as the official.

Before this match, QPR manager Gareth Ainsworth has a completely healthy and injury-free squad available, with a full complement and no fitness concerns.

Seny Dieng, Robert Dickie, Jimmy Dunne, Sam Field, Leon Balogun, Ethan Laird, Stefan Johansen, Chris Willock, Kenneth Paal, Lyndon Dykes, and Chris Martin should line up for The R’s in a 3-1-4-2 formation, in our view.

Ryan Lowe, the Preston North End manager, has no fitness worries going into this game because he has a fully healthy group to choose from.

The Lilywhites are set to field Freddie Woodman, Jordan Storey, Liam Lindsay, Andrew Hughes, Brad Potts, Ben Whiteman, Daniel Johnson, Alvaro Fernandez, Alan Browne, Troy Parrott, and Thomas Cannon in a 3-4-1-2 formation.

According to our analysis, Preston North End will find it difficult to defeat Queens Park Rangers, who we believe should be able to score on their own in a successful performance.

 What are the best odds for the game?

Turning to the betting odds on the 90-minute result market, a victory for Queens Park Rangers is best priced at 2.38, betting on a draw is 3.2 and selecting a victory for Preston North End comes in at 3.2. They are the top returns on offer right now.

QPR vs Preston – Head -to- Head

QPR vs Preston

Our Prediction: Under 3.5 Goals

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