10. Sunday’s fixture will be the first time these two sides have ever met in top-flight competition, despite having played each other on 81 occasions. Reading (37) have won ten more than QPR and are 4.40 to win once again.
9. QPR beat their London adversaries 3-1 in November 2010. Another Rangers victory can be backed at 1.80, with the same scoreline at 15.00.
8. QPR, then managed by Neil Warnock, opened the scoring with an Abel Taarabt penalty and led at half time before netting two more in the second half. QPR to win both halves on Sunday is priced at 2.75.
7. Neither side has won a Premier League game this season, with just seven draws in 17 league games between them so far. A draw at Loftus Road is priced at 3.60.
6. Reading conceded three second-half goals to Arsenal in midweek to surrender a 4-1 half time lead. They are 2.70 to concede in both halves on Sunday.
5. These two teams last met in September for the second round of the Capital One Cup. Reading won 3-2 in a game that saw 22 shots at goal. Sunday’s clash is 5.50 to witness in excess of 4.5 goals again.
4. Mark Hughes’ side have lost six of their last eight matches, yet have averaged a goal a game during that spell. The Premier League’s bottom club are 1.12 to net on Sunday.
3. Adam Le Fondre is the only player from either side to have converted a penalty this season – his strike coming on Reading’s first day of the league campaign against Stoke. The Royals are 9.00 to score from the spot again.
2. The last three meetings between these two sides have witnessed an average of 8.3 corners per game. A price of 1.75 can be backed for under 11.5 total corners on Sunday.
1. Neither side has gone into the final 10 minutes of a Premier League game defending a lead all season. Sunday’s match is 5.75 to end a draw in both halves and 12.50 to finish goalless.