Our recommended bet for Thursday’s clash at Loftus Road comes in the form of a draw between Queens Park Rangers and Luton Town.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £34 with Betway.
A Queens Park Rangers outfit with sights set on what would be a surprise return to the top-flight of English football are set to act as hosts in a Championship meeting with Luton Town on Thursday, December 29th.
And the Hoops should head into proceedings with confidence steadily on the rise in the camp.
Until as recently as two weeks ago, QPR were in the thick of a frankly alarming stretch of results. All told, the capital outfit had slipped to defeat in five of six, notching just a solitary point from an available 18.
The last two gameweeks, though, at long last, have seen Neil Critchley’s men begin to piece things back together.
First, fresh off a three-goal drubbing at the hands of Burnley, QPR bounced back courtesy of an impressive win at Preston North End.
And this, in turn, was followed last time out by a solid if unspectacular point secured away to Cardiff City.
Should Thursday’s hosts go on to make it three successive outings unbeaten by way of a victory over Luton, then they will likely find themselves back amongst the promotion playoff places come the close of Gameweek 25 in England’s 2nd tier.
The upcoming visitors to Loftus Road, however, will have an altogether different vision of how the 90 minutes are set to play out.
Luton are themselves fresh off a morale-boosting result last time out.
This came upon the Hatters bringing to an end a stretch of just one point from an available nine courtesy of a win over promotion-chasing Norwich City.
After Teemu Pukki cancelled out Allan Campbell’s opener midway through the 2nd-half, Cauley Woodrow bagged a last-minute winner, despite Luton, at the time, having been down to ten men.
Rob Edwards and co, in turn, have climbed back to the comforts of mid-table.
We at 101 therefore view an eventual stalemate between the two sides as the most likely outcome upon the full-time whistle bringing a close to proceedings in west London on Thursday evening.