Plymouth vs QPR prediction, odds & betting tips 09/04/2024

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England Championship - Home Park

Plymouth vs QPR prediction
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This Championship season brings interest not only in a terrific battle for promotion but also concerning relegation. Nine teams are candidates to fill out the remaining two spots that will bring those clubs back to League One football.

Both Plymouth and QPR belong to that circle. The home team are two points away from the relegation zone while QPR have a four-point advantage.

Plymouth vs QPR predictions: Who can score when it matters most?

Plymouth vs QPR predictions
Our pick

🔥Hot tip

Draw

⚽ Correct score prediction

Plymouth 1-1 QPR

⬆️ Over 2.5 goals

 

No

Key stats

  • Two out of the past four H2H encounters ended with teams splitting the points.
  • QPR won two of their last three matches.
  • Plymouth lost five straight home games.
  • Only one out of the previous five clashes between these sides ended with more than two goals scored.

Pre-game odds and win probability: QPR the favourite

  • HOME: 9/4 (3.25) – 30.8%
  • DRAW: 12/5 (3.40) – 29.4%
  • AWAY: 5/4 (2.25) – 44.4%

QPR looks like the expected winner, the bookies have given a 44 percent probability chance that the visiting team will win this duel.

Plymouth defeated bottom club Rotherham in their last match while QPR lost to Sheffield Wednesday.

With the end of the season coming soon, check out the latest picks, previews, and suggestions on today's betting tips page. Here are a few choices for this matchup: A Goalless Half-Time is valued at 2/1 (3.00) – 33.3% while a Goal Range of 0-1 could get you odds up to 13/5 (3.50) – 28.6%.

Last five H2Hs: The pattern doesn't fit the bill

These teams played out a goalless draw in their first match of the season, but before that game, the last time they met was four years ago.

England Championship 13/12/23

QPR

QPR

0
Plymouth

Plymouth

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England EFL Cup 05/09/20

Plymouth

Plymouth

3
QPR

QPR

2

Plymouth team news and form: Back to winning ways

Plymouth beat Rotherham over the past weekend to give the team's supporters something to cheer about after three straight losses.

Predicted Lineup: Cooper(GK), Phillips, Scarr, Gibson, Mumba, Houghton, Randell, Edwards, Whittaker, Hardie, Wright.

England Championship 04/05/24

W

Hull

Hull

0

Plymouth

Plymouth

1

England Championship 27/04/24

L

Millwall

Millwall

1

Plymouth

Plymouth

0

England Championship 20/04/24

L

Stoke

Stoke

3

Plymouth

Plymouth

0

England Championship 12/04/24

W

Leicester

Leicester

0

Plymouth

Plymouth

1

England Championship 09/04/24

D

QPR

QPR

1

Plymouth

Plymouth

1

QPR team news and form: Strikers need some goals

QPR are one of the least efficient teams in the Championship this season, scoring only 39 goals. Taylor Richards and Rayan Kolli are injured.

Predicted Lineup: Begovic(GK), Clarke-Salter, Paal, Cook, Dunne, Hayden, Field, Chair, Willock, Andersen, Armstrong.

England Championship 04/05/24

W

Coventry

Coventry

1

QPR

QPR

2

England Championship 26/04/24

W

Leeds

Leeds

0

QPR

QPR

4

England Championship 20/04/24

W

Preston

Preston

0

QPR

QPR

1

England Championship 13/04/24

L

Hull

Hull

3

QPR

QPR

0

England Championship 09/04/24

D

Plymouth

Plymouth

1

QPR

QPR

1

Player to Watch: Ryan Hardie

Ryan Hardie's 12 goals this league season is the second-best mark in Plymouth's team, as the centre-forward is aiming to finish the season on a high note. He added four assists to his record as Plymouth are struggling to keep themselves out of the danger zone.

Ryan Hardie
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The 27-year-old Scottish player has been available for 35 games this campaign, starting most of the matches. He has been at Plymouth for four years after transferring to Blackpool from Scottish giants Rangers, where he spent his youth days.


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