WBA vs QPR Predictions

WBA and QPR will meet in the 9th round of the Championship. WBA has three draws in a row, and greater efficiency is expected in the next matches, as the goal is to return to the Premier League. QPR prepared a surprise in the Cup and knocked out Everton, appetites have grown, and we’ll see if Mark Warburton has a recipe for new wins.

September 24th, 2021 – 21:00


WBA vs QPR Betting Tips & Predictions

Draw @3.70

BTTS Yes @1.70

Correct score 1:1 @7.50

Reason for WBA vs QPR Predictions

West Bromwich Albion has been on a slump lately and will be eyeing a better result when they host Queens Park Rangers in the ninth round of matches in the Championship. Going to this game, West Brom has 16 points, in third place, while QPR has 12 points and is eighth. West Brom were strong starters to the season, and though they remain unbeaten in the Championship, three straight draws have seen them drop from top to third place. Ahead of this game, they had to come from behind to draw 1-1 with Preston. They have just one win in their last five matches, and they haven’t been scoring a lot lately. In the opening four games of the season alone, they scored 11 goals but head here with three goals in their last five matches. The low-scoring nature of their recent matches has seen all their previous four games post under 2.5 goals, and they haven’t managed more than a goal in any of the last five. Jake Livermore plays well in the middle of the park, and he does not allow the opponent much action. Grady Diangana is also a tremendous player, and in the one-on-one game, he is unstoppable.

QPR should go to this game in high spirits after beating Everton, albeit on post-match penalties, in the third round of the League Cup. The two sides had drawn 2-2 in normal time, and that should propel the visitors, having managed just one outright win in the last five matches. In the Championship, QPR is winless in their previous three games but will be looking at this as a game they can win, fired up by leading twice against Everton. They are the second-best scorers at the moment in the Championship with 16 goals, and on five different occasions, they’ve scored two or more goals. In each of their 12 matches this season, QPR has scored, and they have just one loss in their five away games in the season so far. Charlie Austin is slowly returning to a recognizable form, and he is the factor that can raise the team to a higher level with his goals. The bench players are expected to show as much as possible and impose themselves on the coach for the starting lineup.


It will be a big battle between these two teams, and it will not be surprising if the match ends in a draw.

We can also expect a goal in both nets, and neither side should keep the clean sheet.

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