Our recommended bet for Saturday’s clash at Loftus Road comes in the form of a Queens Park Rangers victory over West Bromwich Albion, featuring a goal from Chris Willock.
A £10 wager for such an outcome will secure you a return of £47.50 with Betway.
Two sides with altogether different season goals in mind are set to lock horns in a Championship clash at Loftus Road this coming Saturday, November 5th.
The matchup in question will see promotion hopefuls Queens Park Rangers play host to a West Bromwich Albion outfit fighting for their lives at the other end of the table.
Let’s first take a look at the recent endeavours of the former.
QPR, since a stellar stretch of five wins from six to kickstart October, have begun to stutter over the course of the last couple of weeks.
A trip to Carrow Road to face Norwich City in midweek did see Michael Beale’s men emerge with a commendable share of the spoils, but, all told, this meant that Saturday’s hosts have managed just two wins from their last five attempts.
As a result, QPR have slipped to 4th in the table in England’s 2nd tier, a full seven points adrift of leaders Burnley.
Beale and co, for obvious reasons, will therefore have their sights firmly set on a return to winning ways next time out.
And who better to seek out as much against than a side in the thick of the battle against relegation?
West Brom, of course, have endured nothing short of a nightmare campaign to date, en route to wins in just four of the club’s 17 fixtures to date.
Such woes see the Baggies, at present, sitting 2nd from bottom in the Championship table, three points from Hull City and safety.
It must be noted, however, that the latest round of fixtures, earlier this week, did see West Brom secure a commendable three-point haul.
This came as a late finish from Okay Yokuslu proved enough to put an in form Blackpool outfit to the sword by a goal to nil at The Hawthorns.
Spirits, in turn, will no doubt be high in the Baggies’ camp.
We at 101, however, envision such enthusiasm proving altogether short-lived.
Instead, it is QPR who, when all is said and done on Saturday afternoon, should have enough quality to emerge from Loftus Road with all three points.