QPR visit Crystal Palace in the first of a triple bill of relegation six pointer road games and the Eagles’ home record offers them plenty of encouragement.
Palace are the second-worst home team in the division, winning just three of their 13 games at Selhurst Park this season and losing seven times.
Even Alan Pardew’s arrival has failed to stem the tide particularly, with the win over Tottenham in his first game in SE25 his only success in five attempts so far.
Fortunately for the Eagles, their visitors have been substandard on the road all season, losing all bar one of their 14 games in all competitions.
Palace ran Liverpool and Arsenal close in their last two at home and should find things easier against Chris Ramsey’s side.
They can be backed to prevail at 83/100, with the Super Hoops 31/100 for victory and the draw a 13/5 shot.
Our adversaries shared a goalless draw at Loftus Road earlier this season, however if the R’s are to lose at Selhurst then recent results suggest they will go down swinging.
Their last five road defeats have seen them licked by opposition as diverse as Arsenal and Burnley, but they were able to find the net on each and every occasion.
Improved away chops in recent games, when winning at Sunderland and succumbing late on at Hull after playing 58 minutes with ten men, suggest they can do so again
Crystal Palace are 7/2 to win a match in which neither team keeps a clean sheet, having rewarded both teams to score bettors in six of their last seven home games and their last two backyard wins.
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