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Nic Ladds 4th Dec 2008 - 20:54

Mick and Michael flying high as a kite

Wolverhampton Wanderer's Michael Kightly can do some damage to the promotion hopes of QPR with a goal in Saturday's Sky Sports tea-time game.

The deadly duo of Chris Iwelumo and Sylvain Ebanks-Blake have scored 25 goals between them, and therefore offer no real value in the anytime scorer market (they're priced at 7/4 and 6/4 respectively though if you do fancy a punt). Kightly, on the other hand, has chipped in with more than his fair share of goals this campaign, and the speedy right-winger looks a better bet to score in the 90 minutes, at an attractive 10/3.

The game itself is quite close in the betting, with Queens Park Rangers the slight outsiders at 13/8, and Wolves the slight favourites at 13/10. The Wanderers are unbeaten in eight in the league, and are sitting pretty at the top of the table - they could go nine points clear if they win on Saturday.

Wolves boss Mick McCarthy was named the Championship's manager of the month for November after a run including five straight wins, but his side drew last time out at home to Birmingham City. Should they only take a point from this game with another draw, you'll get 11/5 for your money.

Meanwhile, Paulo Sousa - newly installed ‘first-team coach' at QPR - lost his first game in charge but has since fared slightly better, winning one and drawing one. Against the league's top-scorers, a much-needed point would represent a good result in his toughest test to date, especially if they are to qualify for the lottery that is the play-offs.

Be sure to join us for the 17:20 kick-off - when the action gets underway you'll still be able to get a bet on. Whatever happens in the match, our betlive service will have all the angles covered.

QPR v Wolves - Saturday 17:20


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