QPR vs Preston by Hassy

After a solid home win on the opening day of the season QPR were left ruing their luck after suffering a late defeat to Barnsley in Yorkshire. Hasselbaink was livid with the refereeing decisions that he claimed went against his side but after managing to come back from 1-0 down to then be leading 2-1 with twelve minutes to go he must lie the blame with his players. Nonetheless, it has been a convincing start to the season for QPR. Hasselbaink took control of team affairs in the middle of last season and his methods are really starting to be implemented now and it's showing on the pitch after two excellent results. A 3-0 demolition of Leeds was followed up by an away cup win. Then last Sunday they made the trip to the Cardiff City Stadium to face Paul Trollope’s welsh outfit and recorded a 2-0 win after second half goals from Steven Caulker and Tjarron Chery. At home QPR will be strong this season backed by a hostile crowd.


GRANT Hall will miss this weekend’s Championship fixture against Preston North End following his sending off at Barnsley on Wednesday night.


The QPR defender was dismissed following two bookable offences at Oakwell, and will now serve a one-game suspension.


PNE come into the game in poor form. Preston North End will make a fourth attempt to get off the mark in the Championship when they head to London tomorrow to face Queens Park Rangers.They have had a terrible start to the season in the League which has seen them fail to register a single point from their first 3 games. They have only scored one goal in their three league games so far this season and the loss of Joe Garner to Glasgow Rangers will not aid their goalscoring at all. A 0-1 home loss to Derby in midweek also see Preston winless in 8 of their last home games in a row.


Paul Huntington’s fitness will be tested ahead of the trip to the capital, the centre-half having missed the defeat to Derby on Tuesday because of an abdominal strain. Callum Robinson is expected to start after a lively showing against Derby.


QPR are one of the clubs with a big budget and will be expecting to challenge for promotion this season. I will back them to record a tight win by the odd goal as Preston look to frustrate and steal a point.pin
Pick Bookmaker Odds * Stake Result
Home Win Bet365 2.12 8 0-2 LOST (-8 units)
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.
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Comments (2)
Good one mate! GL
08/20/2016 - 13:46
@Hassy, Good luck ! You are very successful. And I am sorry. Because I am writing about Turkish super league and league 1, under your preview :/

I have limited time. So i can't write previews about Turkish leagues. Now I share my picks with you.

--Trabzonspor-Kasımpaşa (pick:1 stake:8/10)
--Manisaspor-Elazığspor (pick: ht/ft 0/0 stake: 5/10)
--Mersin-Yeni Malatya ( pick:2 stake:6/10)
--Beşiktaş-Alanyaspor( pick: ht 1 stake:7/10)

Good luck everybody !
08/20/2016 - 16:54
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