Fulham still have their eye on automatic promotion from the Championship, although Scott Parker’s side lost at home to Brentford in their first game back after the restart, meaning that West Brom and Leeds feel a long way clear in the top two places.

Now Fulham will attempt to regroup and they travel to Elland Road before another away game against Queens Park Rangers, while the latter stay in London to face Charlton Athletic before hosting one of their main rivals.

Should Fulham Be Favourites to Win?

Fulham are trading at a best price 2.35 with William Hill to win this clash on Tuesday 30 June, with Scott Parker’s side having won just six of their eighteen matches on the road and that represents a measly 33% success rate when the Cottagers go on their travels.

At least being an away team will be something of a leveller considering that QPR won’t be able to bank on vociferous home support at the tightly-packed Loftus Road, with Fulham boasting arguably the best striker in the division in the form of Aleksandar Mitrovic.

Queens Park Rangers are available at 3.00 with William Hill to secure a victory in this derby although they have only won eight of their twenty matches in Shepherd’s Bush this season, with Mark Warburton’s side having lost at home to Barnsley straight after the restart.

On the flip side, QPR were six matches unbeaten in the Championship going into the enforced break, although we’re leaning towards a draw in this clash and that represents the best value on the Full-Time Result market at 4.00 with bet365.

Why Goals Could Be on the Cards Between QPR and Fulham

Queens Park Rangers season ticket holders might not be able to attend matches between now and the remainder of the season, although they have previously been treated to a sum total of 71 goals that have occurred in 20 games and perhaps we’ll see the ball hit the net plenty of times in this one.

Although QPR were beaten 1-0 at home to Barnsley in their first match post-restart, there had previously been a 3-1 win at Preston before a 2-2 draw against Birmingham City, with 21-year-old Eberechi Eze earning rave reviews and he’s likely to be a lively threat for the home side.

Jordan Hugill is also a talented operator at this level, with Over 2.5 Goals chalked up at 1.80 with William Hill and that requires three or more goals to be scored throughout the ninety minutes.

While Scott Parker has made his side more defensively solid on the road this season, they might throw more caution to the wind in their quest for maximum hauls or the dream of landing automatic promotion is going to disappear.

William Hill have 1.66 about the “Yes” option on the Both Teams to Score betting market and we can therefore have a wager on that outcome and get some value by going down that route.


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