QPR approach the next Championship round as number 20 in the table, having claimed six points this season so far. With six games behind them, Swansea amassed two points, placing them as number 22 before their next fixture.
With both QPR and Swansea coming off disappointing defeats in their previous outing, we could be in for a cautious battle. Both will be eager to get back to winning ways sooner rather than later.
QPR scored ten goals, conceded 15 and fought their way to two clean sheets in their previous ten matches.
Swansea head into this match on 1.7 goals per game in their last ten matches. They scored an acceptable total of 17, while also conceding 16 goals. This amounts to 1.6 on average per game, where they kept their opponents from scoring one times.
The most recent outing between QPR and Swansea failed to produce a winner, with the score reading 1-1 after the final whistle. The best betting odds on a draw at full-time with the bookies are at 9/4.
QPR vs Swansea Prediction
QPR are currently performing inconsistently, as they lost against Southampton by a 2-1 score, before winning 0-2 against Middlesbrough. They lost again in their most recent match, this time 1-3 against Sunderland. In their last six Championship home matches, QPR didn't claim a single win. In stead, they've drawn one and lost five, while scoring two and conceding 12 goals.
QPR’s priority for this season will be to stay clear of the relegation zone, while challenging for a spot in the upper half of the Championship.
Swansea lost their previous three matches by 2-3 against Bournemouth, 1-2 against Bristol City and 2-0 against Cardiff. In their last six away matches in the Championship, Swansea won twice, while also recording one draw. They endured three defeats in this run, with a scoreline from these matches saying eight goals conceded and nine scored.
A top half finish is the dream target for QPR, although keeping their Championship status for another season has to be the priority.
Swansea and QPR are almost always cautious, when going toe-to-toe with each other, which makes under 2.5 goals the value bet on Tuesday.
QPR won three points from their last one encounters with teams from the bottom six, like their upcoming opponent. They won one, scored two and let in zero goals. QPR are yet to play a draw this season, in stead recording two wins and four defeats in the Championship. Swansea are yet to win this season, having played six games, in stead showing off two draws and four defeats.
QPR vs Swansea Stats
- In 23 of the last 25 Queens P.R. home matches the sum of goals was under 3.5
- Queens P.R. have lost 6 of the last 7 home matches without scoring a goal
- Queens P.R. have lost 6 of the last 7 home matches while scoring less than 0.5 goals
- Queens P.R. have lost 9 of the last 11 home matches while scoring less than 1.5 goals
- Queens P.R. have not won 16 of the last 18 home matches
- In the last 5 matches in a row Swansea played, both teams scored
- Swansea have lost the last 3 matches in a row and both teams scored at the same time
- Swansea have scored in the last 8 matches in a row
- Swansea have not won 9 of the last 11 matches
- Swansea have lost the last 3 matches in a row and the sum of goals was over 2.5
QPR vs Swansea Squads
Gareth Ainsworth will choose the starting lineup for the upcoming game against Swansea from the players listed below (the information in the brackets refers to goals scored and matches played in the Championship this season):
Asmir Begovic (0/6), Joe Walsh (0/0), Jordan Archer (0/0), Aaron Drewe (0/0), Jake Clarke-Salter (0/2), Jimmy Dunne (0/0), Morgan Fox (0/6), Osman Kakay (0/6), Stephen Duke-McKenna (0/4), Steve Cook (0/0), Ziyad Larkeche (0/2), Albert Adomah (0/2), Alexander Aoraha (0/0), Andre Dozzell (1/6), Elijah Dixon-Bonner (0/3), Ilias Chair (0/6), Jack Colback (2/4), Kenneth Paal (2/6), Sam Field (0/6), Steven Bala (0/0), Taylor Richards (0/1), Charlie Kelman (0/1), Chris Willock (0/4), Lyndon Dykes (0/3), Paul Smyth (0/6), Rayan Kolli (0/0), Sinclair Armstrong (1/6).
Listed below is the full squad of Swansea players that the manager Michael Duff will choose from for the upcoming game:
Andrew Fisher (0/0), Carl Rushworth (0/6), Azeem Abdulai (0/0), Ben Cabango (0/5), Filip Lissah (0/0), Harrison Ashby (1/5), Harry Darling (1/6), Josh Tymon (0/3), Kristian Pedersen (0/1), Kyle Naughton (0/1), Nathan Tjoe-A-On (0/0), Nathan Wood (1/6), Nathanael Ogbeta (0/0), Cameron Congreve (0/0), Charlie Patino (0/5), Jay Fulton (0/5), Joe Allen (0/3), Josh Key (0/6), Liam Walsh (0/0), Matt Grimes (0/6), Oliver Cooper (0/4), Jamal Lowe (0/1), Jamie Paterson (0/4), Jerry Yates (2/6), Josh Ginnelly (0/4), Liam Cullen (1/6), Mykola Kukharevych (0/3).
QPR vs Swansea Team News
At the time of writing, it looks as if only two players are unavailable for QPR, when they prepare for their upcoming assignment. For their upcoming match in round 7, QPR are unable to call upon Jack Colback, who is suspended.
QPR won't be able to put Jimmy Dunne in the line-up for the game on Tuesday against Swansea, since an injury incapacitates him.
When Swansea face QPR at Loftus Road, only one of their players is not available for selection.
Liam Walsh won't be travelling with Swansea this time, as he nurses an injury.
QPR vs Swansea Lineups
QPR vs Swansea H2H
QPR and Swansea had to make do with a point each in their latest encounter, which finished with a 1-1 scoreline. The best betting odds on a draw at full-time with the bookies are at 9/4. Swansea look back on four wins in their previous matches against their next opponent in the shape of QPR. The home side has a 30% win rate in these encounter for a total record of 3-3-4. No doubt worth keeping in mind before you make a choice for your next accumulator, depending on your betting strategy.
QPR vs Swansea Results
In the last ten matches between QPR and Swansea, both teams to score came up two times.
QPR vs Swansea Betting Tips
Jack Colback scored twice in the six most recent games for QPR, with Jerry Yates providing two goals for Swansea in his last six.
Loftus Road saw QPR winning one, drawing one and losing eight of their 10 most recent games here across all tournaments. Swansea won four of their 10 most recent away games, drew one and lost five. Swansea won three of their last 10 matches away from home without conceding.
In the last ten encounters between QPR and Swansea over 2.5 goals came out three times, as QPR averaged 0.8 goals a game. Swansea scored an average of one goal in these, while both teams scored two times. Over 2.5 goals happened in five of QPR’s last ten matches across all tournaments. They scored an average of 0.9 goals along the way. Over 2.5 goals happened in six of the last ten games for Swansea, who scored 1.5 times on average in these matches.