The return of 15-goal midfielder Adel Taarabt could boost Queens Park Rangers as they bid to secure promotion to the Premier League.
Rangers play host to a struggling Sheffield United side tomorrow evening and will be looking to the former Spurs man to fire them to glory.
The Moroccan international was forced to miss his side’s last outing as a result of a family bereavement and will be looking to add to his impressive tally as the Blades visit Loftus Road.
QPR look absolute certainties to secure promotion, currently sitting ten points ahead of third-placed Cardiff in the Championship with a game in hand, and the west London outfit will fancy their chances against United, who sit 22nd in the table.
Rangers’ dominance in the league makes them clear favourites for the tie and at odds of 9/20 fans could be tempted by what may appear to be free money.
However, teams fighting for relegation should never be discounted, and at seven points from safety with a game in hand, Mickey Adams’ Blades could cause an upset and can be backed at 11/2.
QPR have lost just once – a 2-0 reverse at the hands of Millwall – in their last six games, while United have lost all but two of their previous six outings.
As such, fans could be attracted to bwin’s special second half bets, which allow punters to predict which side will have the best of the action after the half-time break.
Rangers are still odds-on favourites and can be backed at 4/5, while United are priced at 11/2.
Fans who think the second half will a tighter affair can back the draw at 3/2.
A £10 bet on the second half ending all square would return £25. New customers can register here to receive a £25 free bet.