The 3-4-2-1 formation may be on the brink of takeoff and QPR have the players to make it work.
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The supreme manager of men has got his eye on another rough diamond that needs a good polishing.
Few sides have been as prolific at home as the R’s, while Albion struggle for goals on the road.
The London trio and their Mancunian mates all look keen as mustard for home wins this weekend.
Hull have difficulty having more shots on target than the opposition and generally getting into opposing penalty boxes.
After four months of acclimatising, the Blues’ lesser-lauded pre-season acquisition shredded it against QPR.
An unfathomably good value 5/4 says the Toffees can give their foes a goal head start and still come out on top.
The R’s are focused on defying the drop, but a place amongst the fatter felines can still be snared.