Plenty of goals to be scored.
After shocking Chelsea by getting a 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge, QPR host Harry Redknapp’s former team Tottenham aiming to pick up another win to really kick start their relegation survival hopes. The man who replaced Redknapp in the Tottenham hot seat will be looking to continue an excellent on the excellent festive period Spurs had.
On goal difference, QPR find themselves bottom of the league but the 1-0 win at Chelsea will have given some of the players in the dressing room that they can drag themselves out of the relegation spots. To do so they are going to have to start keeping clean sheets more often, with just one in their ten home games. Three of their last five games has seen more than 2.5 goals and four of their last five home games have been over 2.5 goals.
Tottenham are five matches unbeaten and have only lost once in their last seven games. Three of their last five league games have been over 2.5 goals. On their travels they tend to be involved in matches with plenty of goals, all ten of their away games has seen over 2.5 goals and you’d think with QPR’s poor defence that we will see goals here.