Both these teams continue their pre season build up as QPR welcome Patrick Viera and his Eagles to Loftus Road.
Championship side Queens Park Rangers and Premier League outfit Crystal Palace continue to tinker with their squads before the official season kicks off for both these clubs.
Kick off time for this one is 15:00 on Saturday 23rd July.
Crystal Palace have not exactly enjoyed their best run of form in recent weeks; they have one win in their last four games, with a draw and two losses.
Palace will take on Queens Park Rangers as they prepare for their new Premier League campaign and it’ll be interesting to see how they’ll match-up against a QPR side looking to get back to the top tier of English football.
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Queens Park Rangers are coming off a comfortable 8:2 win at Wealdstone; they’ve done fairly well recently, with no losses in their last five matches as their pre season confidence starts to take shape for new manager Michael Beale’s side.
Queens Park Rangers will be looking to extend their unbeaten run to six games.
Both these teams will be looking to build confidence as the season approaches. We could expect plenty of goals here todaywhataretheodds.co.uk
First of all, we would like to point out that Crystal Palace lost six times in their last 20 matches across all competitions; those losses were on the road, Palace are unbeaten in their last 10 home games. QPR, on the other hand, are on a five match unbeaten run; they’ve won three of those games, scoring 17 times in that five-game stretch.
It’s worth noting that these teams have met a lot of times, and those encounters have mostly ended in stalemates; in fact, five of the last 10 clashes between Crystal Palace and QPR ended in draws.
Considering this is a friendly match, we believe these teams will be level at the end of this match.
Queens Park Rangers have scored goals consistently over the past couple of months; they found the net in their last six, and nine of their last 10 games.
Conversely, QPR have not been able to keep the goals out and their defence has proved to be a little porous in recent weeks, conceding five goals in their last seven games.
Like QPR, Patrick Viera’s Crystal Palace have scored and conceded their fair share of goals.
The Eagles have scored in eight of their last nine games, but have tended to concede at ther back, keeping no clean sheets in their last four friendly games.
Both teams scored in three of QPR’s last four, and in five of Crystal Palace’s last seven games so we should expect plenty of goal mouth action at Loftus Road.
We’ve mentioned that QPR registered 17 goals in their last five matches alone; as a result of their high-scoring nature, their games have mostly been on the high-scoring side.
It’s important to note that three of QPR’s last four games went over 3.5, with 5.5 goals scored on average in that stretch.
Additionally, when these teams meet, they usually score some goals as three of their last four clashes went over 2.5 goals.
We should see an open game between these two London sides as the season edges ever closer in the UK.