QPR vs Wolves by Pacifier

QPR are on a six game winless run and that could continue here as they host league leaders Wolverhampton wanderers in what promises to be a tensely fought encounter. They sit pretty in 17th position having five points off the relegation placed Burton Albion. They have four draws and two losses in their last six games and their 1-1 draw to poor Bolton must have been disappointing to fans and players alike. They will need to conjure up something special against a fluid looking Wolves side whoa are playing at the top of their game at the moment with some brilliant players who are also in top form. Nedum Onuoha remains out alongside Grant Hall who has not featured this term.


Wolves have the fans firmly behind them now as there's an aura around the team that this could be their year back in the premier league. They have four wins in their last six games in all competitions while they have five wins in six league games, a run that has propelled them two points clear at the top of the table. Their weekend 3-2 win against Bristol was particularly impressive although they did take the foot of the gas after going 3-0 up and will need to rectify that in the team. Apart from that, they were good and fully deserved the three points. The attacking trio of Cavaliero, Jota and Bonatini should start here in a 3-4-3 formation.


Wolves are playing amazing football at the moment and whilst the penalty loss to Man City in the league cup must have been gutting, they showed enough strength and character in the defeat and I believe they are the better side here and will ultimately claim victory over 90 minutes.

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