10. Crystal Palace have not beaten QPR in any of their past seven meetings, recording a D3 L4 record against their London rivals. QPR are 5.00 to win this Premier League clash.
9. Of those seven games, all three draws ended 0-0 — including the reverse of this fixture back in December. Another goalless result is priced at 9.50.
8. That clash at Loftus Road witnessed just six shots on target and was the first time these sides had met in English football’s top flight since 1995. Saturday’s game is 2.07 to produce +2.5 goals.
7. QPR have scored exactly twice in their last two trips to Selhurst Park and have conceded just three goals from seven meetings with Palace. They are 24.00 to win 2-0.
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6. Palace are winless from four games at home and have conceded first in three of those outings. QR are 2.55 to net the opener.
5. Glenn Murray scored Palace’s consolation against Arsenal during their last outing at Selhurst Park. Murray boasts 11 goals for the season and three since returning from a loan spell at Reading. He is 5.00 to net first.
4. Rangers top scorer Charlie Austin has netted 15 goals this season but just three from his past 10 outings. The striker is 2.80 to score.
3. QPR lost 2-1 to Tottenham last weekend to extend their recent bad form to eight defeats in nine games. They are 1.73 to lose to Palace.
2. From their combined 56 Premier League games this season, these two sides have drawn just 13 games. A home/away Double Chance price avoiding the draw is available at 1.29.
1. Despite sitting 18th in the Premier League table, QPR average more shots per game (14.6) than all but four teams in the top flight. They are 2.80 to win at least one half.