The Championship returns on Friday evening, with ninth-placed Brentford hosting 13th-placed QPR at Brentford Community Stadium.
The home side go into the game in fine form, unbeaten in their last six matches.
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Brentford have won two of those last six games, and have kept four clean sheets along the way.
Three of those clean sheets have come in their last three matches, with the Bees drawing with Middlesbrough and Wycombe before beating Barnsley 1-0 on Tuesday evening.
In fact, Thomas Frank’s men have conceded just two goals from those six games. And they came in 1-1 draws with Norwich and Swansea, two clubs pushing for promotion.
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QPR meanwhile are also in fine form. They have three wins from their last five, while a win on Friday would put them level on points with their opponents.
Mark Warburton’s side are chasing back-to-back league wins, having edged past Rotherham on Tuesday night. The five-goal thriller ended in favour of the Rs, who won the game at Loftus Road 3-2.
Ilias Chair, Bright Osayi-Samuel and Lyndon Dykes got their names on the scoresheet, with all three goals coming before the halfway stage.
But they face a new challenge on Friday in the form of Brentford, who could enter the top six with a victory under the lights.
The home side have been given odds of 13/20 to come out on top.
The visitors can be backed at 5/1 to make the short trip back across London with all three points.
A draw is currently available at 3/1.
The Bees certainly enjoyed their meeting against the Rs last season. They won 3-1 on both occasions, but their star players that day have since left the club.
Aston Villa striker Ollie Watkins scored a double in the first fixture, with West Ham’s Said Benrahma also on target.
The pair were once again on the scoresheet in the return meeting at Griffin Park. Bryan Mbuemo also found the back of the net that day.
However, Brentford have a new hero in the form of Ivan Toney. The former Newcastle man already has 11 goals to his name this season.
He can be backed at 11/4 to score the opener on Friday.
QPR’s Dykes has been given odds of 17/2 to score first.
Another 3-1 win for Thomas Frank’s outfit is currently available at 13/1.