All odds accurate at the time of publishing on 19th November 2020.
BTTS @ 5/6
Watford sit second, a point behind Reading in the Championship table following relegation after their five-year stint in the Premier League. They head into this fixture on the back of successive wins, with a late Ismaila Sarr penalty securing victory over Coventry in their previous encounter. They face QPR, who were defeated in their last game by an Adam Armstrong-inspired Blackburn side. Both sides have been involved in high-scoring affairs throughout the season, with both conceding in 70% of their previous ten games. Watford and QPR have also found the back of the net in 80% and 70% of these fixtures respectively. Considering the number of goals in their prior clashes, we can see these sides both finding the back of the net. 5 of the Hornets last 6 have finished with both teams scoring, while 2 of Rangers last 3 have finished the same way. Half of their last six meetings have also finished with both sides scoring, which suggests 5/6 at Coral has a strong chance.
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These sides have a very similar record when it comes to set-pieces. They have both accumulated 59 corner kicks during their opening 11 league games, an average of 5.37 corners per game. Although, Rangers have conceded 9 more corners than their counterparts, with 49 taken against the West London side, and 40 against Watford. This means Queens Park Rangers and Watford average 9.82 and 9 corners per Championship game, which indicates there could be several corners on the horizon here. 9 or more match corners is available on Rubybet, priced at 87/100.
Although these sides are separated by eight points in the league table, they have a fairly similar first-half record. Queens Park Rangers are the Championship’s draw specialists, with 73% of their clashes being level at the break, including 60% of their last 5 league games. Meanwhile, the Hornets have been on level terms on 5 occasions, including 75% of their last four league games. Although we believe Watford should be too strong for Rangers, it’s worth noting they have a far stronger second-half record which suggests a cagey first-half could be on the cards here. The half-time draw is priced at 21/20 on 10Bet
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