Rangers hope to drive past Tractor Boys
Queen's Park Rangers have been on fine form of late with only one defeat in their last 13 Championship games and they will be looking to keep that run going against Jim Magilton's Ipswich Town in the evening kick off at Loftus Road.
Paulo Sousa's team are favourites for the match at odds of 21/20 but haven't beaten Town since 2005, while Ipswich can be backed at 21/10 and the draw which happened in both fixtures last season is available at 11/5.
Dexter Blackstock has found the net in three of his last seven league games and is an 11/2 shot to open the scoring this weekend, while for Ipswich on loan star Jon Stead has notched eight goals in 18 starts this season, including a brace in the reverse fixture earlier in the season, and he's 7/1 to grab the first goal.
Unlike last season when Ipswich were pretty woeful on their travels they've been a bit more successful this time around and are second only to leaders Wolves with the amount of goals scored on the road, winning three of their last four.
The Hoops on the other hand have proved mightily difficult to break down on their own patch only conceding one goal in their previous four matches at Loftus Road if you think it could be a tight contest then maybe a 1-1 draw could be a good bet at 11/2.
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