Promoted sides QPR and Norwich know survival is their absolute priority and games against other sides likely to be involved in the relegation battle will ultimately hold the key to their future in the division.
It is not quite a six pointer but there is still plenty at stake for both sides at Loftus Road this afternoon.
Rangers, who have managed just one home win all season, are priced at 11/10 to win today, while Norwich are available at 13/5 and the draw is on offer at 11/5.
Given their recent form, particularly at Loftus Road, it is difficult to consider backing the Londoners.
Their noisy, compact, almost claustrophobic stadium was supposed to give them an advantage this season, but instead, they have looked nervy at times and devoid of a cutting edge; eight goals scored in nine home matches tells its own story.
Instead I would consider backing a confident and resilient Norwich, not necessarily to win the match, but to open the scoring.
Only on one occasion this season have Norwich scored two or more in a match but not scored in both halves, and that was back in mid-September.
The Canaries have scored the first goal in three of their last four away matches, and while their defensive deficiencies see them concede more often than not, Paul Lambert’s men are used to making a bright start to matches.
Against a Rangers side who will be feeling the pressure having won just one of their last ten games, Norwich look value at 7/5 to break the deadlock.
Another market of interest is whether Norwich will score in both halves, with a price of 333/100 available for them to do so.
This of course suggests that the Canaries will score at least twice, which is where the real risk lies, but if they do manage to score at least twice at Loftus Road then the statistics show that they are likely to score in both halves.
The last seven matches in which Norwich have scored two or more goals has seen them score in both halves.
In fact only on one occasion this season have Norwich scored two or more in a match but not scored in both halves, and that was back in mid-September.
It is by no means a dead cert, but at a price of 333/100 it is well worth some serious consideration.
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