Everton vs QPR by Gaz12321

Everton return to Premier League action looking to pick up 3 points to start to turn around an awful start to their campaign, 15 games into the season and they are a disappointing 13th place having taken just 18 points. Despite having a midweek game in Europe with Krasnodar visiting they were in the glorious position of being able to rest many key players and will be fighting fit for this one, however they go into this in mediocre form having won just once in their last 6 league outings managing just 5 goals.


QPR's form has started to improve of late with 2 wins from their last 6 games which have included games against Chelsea, Man City and the in form Newcastle. They managed a clean sheet in their last match against Burnley and have keeper Rob Green to thank as much as their top scorer Charlie Austin in recent weeks as he has been in fine form. They head in to this game without Austin due to his sending off against Burnley and it's tough to see where else goals could come from in this side with 50% of the 8 goals in their last 6 games coming from the striker, 2 have come from Leroy Fer and the other 2 were own goals.


I fancy Everton to win this as most people probably would but odds are very short and I don't expect it to be more than a 1 goal margin with Rob Green in great form and Everton not exactly firing, I also wouldn't expect any goals from QPR and can see this ending 1-0 to the hosts. My pick here is Under 2.5 goals at best odds of 2.10 with Bet Victor.pin
Tip Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Under 2.5 Goals BetVictor 2.10 6 3-1 LOST (-6 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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Comments (6)
that's a bit risky.everton sometimes scores a lot of goals.a little safer is 2-3 goals with 1.95 odd..
12/15/2014 - 14:20
i believe it's safer to bet that QPR won't score, for odds of 1.95
12/15/2014 - 17:32
My personal thoughts are 1-0 Everton so for me to go for 2-3 goals would make no sense. QPR have been defending really well of late too while Everton aren't exactly firing on all cylinders recently.
12/15/2014 - 17:45
@betluck the chances of a 1-1 draw are higher than a 3-0 win which is why i've taken under 2.5 rather than both teams not to score.

QPR have had 2 heavy defeats that were over 2.5 goals but btts no, Everton have had no such games. However there have been 3 1-1 draws in Everton league games this season. Statistically under 2.5 is safer than btts no.
12/15/2014 - 22:05
For some strange reason I fancy QPR or Draw here tonight, just not had time to do the write up :(
12/15/2014 - 23:38
Good job then Shibby, although they were unfortunate tonight to be fair to them.
12/16/2014 - 03:28
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