Queens Park Rangers vs Hull City Prediction 30.08.2022

Queens Park Rangers

Queens Park Rangers

3 : 1

Hull City

Hull City

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Competition: England - Championship
Date: Tuesday, 30th, August 2022
Kickoff: 19:45 UK/20.45 CET
Venue: Loftus Road (London)

Despite the huge ambitions, Queens Park was anything but impressive at the start of the season, as The Hoops have mixed results in the first six rounds, recording two triumphs, and as many draws and defeats. Namely, Queens Park Rangers finally put an end to their streak of four consecutive matches without a win at the weekend, as the guests, they achieved a triumph in a five-goal thriller, 3-2. Unlike Queens Park Rangers, Hull City showed a shade better football, so The Tigers are currently enjoying the third position in the Championship with 11 collected points - just one point less than the league leader. Like their next opponents, Hull City also secured a narrow 3-2 triumph over Coventry at the weekend, which means they kept 100% record from their opening three home games.

Queens Park Rangers vs Hull City Betting Tips: BTTS

Last season, Queens Park Rangers showed more muscle than Hull City, as The Hoops recorded a routine 3-0 triumph on the road, while they had to settle for a point at their Loftus Road, in a 1-1 draw. What is important for our bet is the fact that we have witnessed some interesting clashes at Loftus Road lately, as both teams have found the net at least once in each of their last five meetings. Also, it should be added that Hull City found a way to score against Queens Park in London 8 times out of a total of 10 clashes, so the Tigers should not be underestimated too much.

Hull is currently the most effective team in the first six rounds of the season - with an average of 3.3 goals per match, where they have passed the "BTTS" bet in each of the last five, and 6 out of a total of 7 games. Meanwhile, as impressive as Queens Park Rangers were in front of goal, their defense looked shaky, scoring or conceding at least one goal in each of their last five competitive games. Given that both teams are constantly scoring and conceding goals, we believe the "BTTS" trend at Loftus Road will continue as we expect open football.

Queens Park Rangers vs Hull City Head to Head (H2H) stats

  1. Queens Park Rangers

    3 : 1

    Hull City

    Championship

  2. Queens Park Rangers

    1 : 1

    Hull City

    Championship

  3. Hull City

    0 : 3

    Queens Park Rangers

    Championship

  4. Queens Park Rangers

    1 : 2

    Hull City

    Championship

  5. Hull City

    2 : 3

    Queens Park Rangers

    Championship

Queens Park Rangers

Queens Park Rangers Team News

Central midfielder Taylor Richards played the last 13 minutes on the first day of the season, but since then, he has not returned to the field due to a knee injury.

Centre-back Jake Clarke-Salter, who arrived from Chelsea this summer, played the full 90 minutes against Blackburn in the first round, but after that match, he did not return due to a hamstring injury.

Midfield duo Luke Amos and George Thomas are also in the recovery room due to their injury problems, but the duo should be back on the field soon.

Last matches of Queens Park Rangers

  1. Bristol City

    1 : 2

    Queens Park Rangers

    Championship

  2. Queens Park Rangers

    0 : 0

    Stoke City

    Championship

  3. Millwall

    0 : 2

    Queens Park Rangers

    Championship

  4. Queens Park Rangers

    0 : 0

    Huddersfield Town

    Championship

  5. Swansea City

    1 : 0

    Queens Park Rangers

    Championship

Queens Park Rangers lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 1

    Seny Dieng

Defenders

  • 27

    Ethan Laird

  • 4

    Robert Dickie

  • 3

    Jimmy Dunne

  • 22

    Kenneth Paal

Midfielders

  • 17

    Andre Dozzell

  • 15

    Samuel Field

  • 6

    Stefan Johansen

Forwards

  • 10

    Ilias Chair

  • 9

    Lyndon Dykes

  • 7

    Christopher Willock

Hull City

Hull City Team News

Meanwhile, Hull City are facing with a long list of injured players, and manager Shota Arveladze will be without at least 8 players ahead of the trip to London.

Defensive midfielder Ryan Woods arrived at Hull City 10 days ago and has already had huge minutes in his first two matches, replacing the injured Ozan Tufan.

Right winger Ryan Longman returned to the squad this weekend from injury and played the last 13 minutes, while Tyler Smith was on the bench, after recovering from an injury.

Last matches of Hull City

  1. Hull City

    0 : 2

    Luton Town F.C.

    Championship

  2. Swansea City

    3 : 0

    Hull City

    Championship

  3. Hull City

    0 : 3

    Stoke City

    Championship

  4. Cardiff City

    0 : 0

    Hull City

    Championship

  5. Hull City

    0 : 2

    Sheffield United

    Championship

Hull City lineup

Goalkeeper

  • 1

    Matt Ingram

Defenders

  • 33

    Cyrus Christie

  • 6

    Tobias Figueiredo

  • 4

    Jacob Greaves

  • 3

    Callum Elder

Midfielders

  • 5

    Alfie Jones

  • 27

    Regan Slater

  • 16

    Ryan Longman

  • 14

    Andy Cannon

  • 30

    Benjamin Tetteh

Forwards

  • 19

    Óscar Estupiñán

4 Reasons why we expect BTTS

  1. Both teams have played "BTTS" in 6 of their 7 games so far.
  2. Each of the last 5 clashes at Loftus Road have ended with BTTS.
  3. Hull has found the net at least once against QPR on the road in 8 of their 10 clashes.
  4. In only 2 of the last 11 meetings between these teams, there were no goals at both ends.

Main prediction Queens Park Rangers - Hull City

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51% winrate

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5 wins in a row

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Queens Park Rangers & Hull City current standing in Championship

Club P W D L
G - A
GD Pts
1 Sheffield United 11 7 3 1 20 - 6 +14 24
2 Norwich City 11 7 2 2 17 - 9 +8 23
3 Reading 11 7 0 4 13 - 15 -2 21
4 Burnley 11 4 6 1 18 - 11 +7 18
5 Queens Park Rangers 11 5 3 3 16 - 12 +4 18
6 Blackburn Rovers 11 6 0 5 13 - 14 -1 18
7 Watford 11 4 5 2 15 - 11 +4 17
8 Sunderland 11 4 4 3 16 - 11 +5 16
9 Luton Town 11 4 4 3 13 - 10 +3 16
10 Wigan Athletic 10 4 4 2 11 - 11 0 16
11 Swansea City 11 4 3 4 13 - 14 -1 15
12 Rotherham United 10 3 5 2 12 - 8 +4 14
13 Bristol City 11 4 2 5 20 - 18 +2 14
14 Preston North End 11 2 7 2 3 - 4 -1 13
15 Birmingham City 11 3 4 4 9 - 11 -2 13
16 Millwall 11 4 1 6 12 - 16 -4 13
17 Stoke City 11 3 3 5 11 - 15 -4 12
18 Cardiff City 11 3 3 5 8 - 12 -4 12
19 Blackpool 11 3 2 6 10 - 16 -6 11
20 Hull City 11 3 2 6 11 - 23 -12 11
21 West Bromwich Albion 11 1 7 3 17 - 17 0 10
22 Middlesbrough 11 2 4 5 13 - 16 -3 10
23 Huddersfield Town 10 2 1 7 10 - 16 -6 7
24 Coventry City 8 1 3 4 8 - 13 -5 6

Queens Park Rangers vs Hull City - FAQ

? Where to watch?
The match between these teams will be broadcast on 1xBet (Live streaming)
? Who is QPR's player to watch?
Chris Willock is currently the leading scorer of his team with 3 goals scored. However, he has found the net in the last two matches, so he will be the main threat in the home team's attack.
? Who is Hull's player to watch?
Oscar Estupinan is a goal machine in the new season, scoring 7 goals so far. He will be a nightmare for QPR's defence.