10. QPR have beaten Arsenal in 12 of their 43 previous league meetings and took maximum points at Loftus Road in this fixture last season. Another Rangers win is priced at 7.00. 9. The Gunners, however, have won six of their last eight games and are 1.45 to win again on Saturday. 8. Arsenal beat QPR 1-0 when these teams met earlier in the season, Mikel Arteta scoring a late winner for the Gunners. Arteta has scored six this season and is 6.00 to net again. 7. Adel Taarabt scored the opener for QPR in this fixture last season (see below) but has only netted five in the Premier League this term. The midfielder is 14.00 to score first.
6. Rangers haven’t won in six (D2 L4) and last scored four games ago against Wigan. Arsenal are 2.30 to keep a clean sheet on Saturday. 5. The Gunners have scored first in six of their last eight matches and are 1.33 to bag the opener again. 4. QPR average 12.37 shots per Premier League game – greater than ten other top-flight clubs – yet have the worst shots converted percentage in the top flight at 12.45%. Rangers are 1.53 to score at any time. 3. Theo Walcott has scored eight top-flight goals at home this season yet away from the Emirates has netted just four. The England winger is 1.95 to score. 2. Loic Remy has scored five goals for QPR since January, earning his side eight points. The French striker hasn’t netted in three, however. He is 3.90 to score on Saturday. 1. Arsenal have held first-half leads in each of their last three away victories and are 2.10 to be winning at half-time and at full-time.