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    Default Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland (15:00 GMT) 2.38 3.5 3.25 101.36 %

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    QPR is back in form if they have their best team out i think they can win here. although sunderland didnt look to good defensively against fulham they managed a draw. They will surely take some confidence for this so ill back QPR or draw here.

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    Personally I don't rate Sunderland and haven't been impressed with them all season. I think these could be the team that could get dragged into the relegation zone come the end of the season.
    This game is a proper relegation 6 pointer. Sunderland have no win since Jan and QPR haven't won at home since December.
    QPR also havent scored in there last three home games which really tells you where there problem lies. But you have to expect QPR to at least put that right this weekend.
    Sunderland have a good record scoring away from home. Having failed to score v Liverpool, Stoke, Man City, Arsenal you would expect them to score against strugglers QPR.
    The results in itself is unpredicatable but I think BTTS is a banker.

    BTTS - 10 points @ 1.83

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    QPR is a team that I've been avoiding whilst it comes to betting for quite some time. They cost me a fortune when they beat Chelsea 1-0 a while ago and ever since then, I've wanting to stay well clear. But there comes a point in time when you need to wash your hands with bad blood and look on to a brighter day. Last week QPR managed to bag a HUGE three points at St Marys last weekend after continually drawing with some strong opponents. Will this be their time to shine against a Sunderland side who are winless in their last five matches? I'm going to have to say Yes. I can see QPR going out and playing their socks off tomorrow and I see them getting themselves a well needed victory in front of a fired up home crowd. So I'll be going with the following bet:

    QPR Win @ 13/10 w/ William Hill

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    This for me is a real do or die fixture for Rangers. If they can't beat Sunderland then they're not staying up for me. It really is that simple. For that reason I wouldn't really put anyone off backing Rangers here, with maybe some draw cover. I'm not saying they need to win, so therefor they will win. But 'Arry would have ear marked this as a pretty winnable tie. Sunderland have had a poor season for me, and I'm sure they're now just trying to get this one out of the way, slowly creep over the 40 points line, and think about the next season.

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    QPR always screw up at home when you think they need to win and this is a winnable tie. They can't be trusted, their points total so far is a very real reason not to back them. Johnson, Sessengon, Fletcher, Graham and Larsson are perfectly capable of hurting QPR

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    Quote Originally Posted by Jase82 View Post
    This for me is a real do or die fixture for Rangers. If they can't beat Sunderland then they're not staying up for me. It really is that simple. For that reason I wouldn't really put anyone off backing Rangers here, with maybe some draw cover.
    Hard to decide though without any odds to evaluate

    QPR DNB is best-priced 1.62 at the moment with several firms -

    http://www.oddschecker.com/football/...nd/draw-no-bet

    But I'm not sure whether that's a good bet or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPLouis View Post
    Hard to decide though without any odds to evaluate
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    You mean other than the odds posted at the top of the thread .....

    Rangers - 0.25 is 1.95, which is acceptable to me

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    Under 2.5 @1.75

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    Quote Originally Posted by punternikhil View Post
    Under 2.5 @1.75
    We need some reasoning begins this selection please

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    Quote Originally Posted by punternikhil View Post
    Under 2.5 @1.75

    WHAT İS YOUR REASONİNG?
    Higher the Risk higher the return or NO return!

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    Quote Originally Posted by punternikhil View Post
    Under 2.5 @1.75
    Nikhil, you need to write a structured
    reasoning behind your predictions, ie; why you think this game will be under 2.5 goals.to the PL.

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    Forget the under 2.5 in this game. QPR have to WIN. A draw is useless.

    They have to go for it, and play open attacking soccer.
    They are the home team and they will need to make all the running.

    Defensively they are so-so, but they will roll the dice, break their goal drought and score some goals.
    Another factor here:
    Sunderland last 7 away games ;

    scored 8 goals and conceded 14 for a goals per game average over 3.

    over 2.5 at 2.1 bet365

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March

    Oops.. one too many posts. Maybe it might be time to lay off the beers!
    Last edited by SaltandSauce; 09-03-2013 at 20:32. Reason: Double Post

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    Default Re: Queens Park Rangers v Sunderland > Sat 9th March


    £50 Free Bet
    Quote Originally Posted by SaltandSauce View Post

    QPR Win @ 13/10 w/ William Hill
    Oh yeah!

    Looking forward to Match Of The Day later tonight considering there was not an EPL game in sight on the telly today. But I was keeping an eye out on the game on the web and went QPR went down 1-0, I thought it had disaster written all over it. But by the looks of things, QPR pulled up their socks and went for it. I didn't expect anything less in all honesty. This was a game QPR knew they could win and would walk away disappointed if they got anything but the win. I expect QPR to pick up some memento from this victory. Watch this space ...

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