Friday, August 7, 2020

Luton Town 13/10 to beat QPR in Tuesday’s Championship contest

Competition: Championship

Market: Luton Town win

Odds: 13/10 @ 888sport

Looking to find a route out of the bottom-three with time ticking away, Luton will face off against London rivals QPR on Tuesday night.

Starting with the hosts, bouncing back from their last-gasp heartbreak against Barnsley last week and picking up a thumping 2-0 win away at Huddersfield on Friday, Luton find themselves sat just two points adrift of breaking out of the bottom-three. Really making an immediate impact since returning from a brief stint with Stoke, Head Coach Nathan Jones has seen his side lose just a single Championship matchup since February 22nd, a 12-match run. Taking points off of both Swansea and Preston on that run, it should also be noted that Luton secured a stunning 2-1 win against a high-flying Brentford prior to the break. Bouncing back from their thumping defeat at the hands of Reading earlier in the month, there is no doubt that the Hatters will see Tuesday’s contest as a real chance to pick up what could turn out to be a crucial three points at Kenilworth Road in midweek.

As for the visitors, while QPR might have managed to secure enough points to not be looking over their shoulder, the Hoops are in the midst of what has been a torrid end to the year. Drastically falling away from the standards they set in the first half of the campaign, Mark Warburton’s men once again struggled over the weekend. Putting in a dreadful display and completely blown away by Sheffield Wednesday thanks to a 3-0 drumming on home soil, QPR have lost five of their last six Championship appearances and are in the midst of their worst run since the end of November. Also hit with a 1-0 defeat away at Wigan in their last contest on the road, a struggling Hoops could be in for another tough night in midweek.

Bet: Luton Town 13/10 to beat QPR in Tuesday’s Championship contest @ 888sport

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Tom Dunstan


Formerly of The Independent, Tom is a freelance football and boxing journalist from Essex, England. Currently working for three online publications, Tom is a graduate of the University of Falmouth and has spent the last two years writing across Australia, New Zealand and Asia. He can be followed at @IamTomDunstan

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