QPR football betting fans will be wondering what to expect on Saturday when the Hoops take on Wigan at the DW Stadium.
Thrashed 4-0 by Bolton on the opening day of the season, Neil Warnock’s men bounced back impressively to defeat Everton at Goodison Park last weekend and keep a clean sheet to boot.
However, a subsequent defeat in the Carling Cup second round to Rochdale has only added to their air of unpredictability.
Wigan, on the other hand, have been incredibly consistent – their two games so far this season have both been against clubs new to the top flight and both have ended in draws.
With this in mind, a third successive draw for the Latics could be the best bet in bwin’s 3Way football betting market at odds of 11/5, with a win for Wigan priced at 5/4 and a QPR victory at 43/20.
Wigan’s recent games suggest the match will be a low-scoring affair regardless of the result, with just one of their last six containing more than two goals.
In order to take advantage of this, punters could bet on there being fewer than 2.5 goals at odds of 7/10.
Alternatively, they could back Wigan to score under 1.5 goals at odds of 11/20, bearing in mind Roberto Martinez’s men have scored just seven goals in their last six Premier League games.
If the Latics do find the back of the net, they are far more likely to do so in the second half, where they scored more than 60 per cent of their goals last season.
QPR also conceded more goals after the interval than before the break in the Championship last year.
The best bet may therefore be on Wigan to score once in the second half at odds of 17/10.
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