Match Preview: QPR 1-2 Hull Prediction and Betting Tips 29.12.2019

QPR – Hull Predictions

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QPR 1-2 Hull

Date: 29.12.2019 | Match at: 16:00 | League: ENGLAND: Championship – Round 25 | Tip: Over 2.5 Goals | Odds: 1.45 | Bookie: Bwin


Match Preview

Mark Warburton’s unpredictable Queens Park Rangers side are yet to see a goalless draw this season, largely due to their inability to keep a clean sheet. The ‘Rs’ have kept just one clean sheet in 14 home games in all competitions under their current manager, and have conceded 2+ goals in nine of their last ten here.
QPR’s league games this term have seen a league-high 82 goals in total, making for a huge 3.42 goals per-match average – well above the league average of 2.67. Notably though, the second half (2.42) considerably outscores the first (1.33) in their home league games, in terms of the average goals witnessed per-match.
Avoiding a league double at QPR’s hands since the 1969/70 season, Hull are looking to end a run of four winless away games, conceding 2+ goals in each. Notably, five of the last seven away goals Hull conceded came after half-time, contributing to the similarly high second-half total goal average (2.18).
Whilst ten of Hull’s 24 league games this term (41.67%) have been level at the break, only two of those games have actually ended level (W3, D2, L5). Despite their current form, Hull are unbeaten in seven of nine away league games entered as betting outsiders this season (W4, D3, L2).
Players to watch: QPR’s Nahki Wells has contributed to seven goals in 11 home league games this season (six goals, one assist), though he seeks to end a three-game duck.
Jarrod Bowen has scored three of Hull’s last five away league goals, all of which came after half-time and contributed to 2-2 draws, respectively.
Stat attack: Only two sides have received more than QPR’s 2.08 bookings per-league match.
Five of the last six H2Hs saw both teams score with over 2.5 total match goals.
All of Hull’s away defeats this campaign have seen them concede 2+ goals.