QPR (@2.0) vs Luton (@3.7)

Our Prediction:

QPR will win

QPR – Luton Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 10:00

QPR were losing 1-0 to Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough two weeks ago, before Jordan Hugill's quickfire double midway through the second half turned the tables, and Mark Warburton's men were able to hold on and take all three points on the day. That's the second time in as many games that they mounted a second-half fightback, after Wigan had taken an early lead through Cedric Kipre, the Rs scored three goals in the second half.

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The Hoops have been producing splendid performances in the English second tier of late and they are likely to stick to their attacking style of play against the newcomers. Queens Park Rangers will be looking to extend their winning run in the Championship to three games when they face Luton Town at their Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

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That will likely see the West Ham loanee start up top for QPR with Nahki Wells as his strike partner in a 3-5-2 system, Ryan Manning and Todd Kane operating as wingbacks. Elsewhere, midfield maestro Eberechi Eze is another key figure worth looking out for - the 21-year-old scored an exceptional goal against Stoke on the opening day, and always looks a dynamic presence going forward.

A side that bounced between the Premier League and the Championship between 2010-15, QPR will be spending their fifth consecutive campaign in the second tier this season. Manager Mark Warburton took over at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium in the summer following the departure of Steve McClaren earlier on this year, with John Eustace taking the reins temporarily for the last month of the 2018/19 season.

Given QPRs back to back wins, we think they are finally showing their potential this season. Theyve got a manager who can switch them up tactically, while Warburton is committed to playing on the front foot. Thats why were backing a 2-1 QPR victory. So far his games with QPR have been open, while the Rs seem perfectly set up to continue their unbeaten record against sides below them in the league.

Collins then struck a penalty against Huddersfield last week, taking his tally to three goals, having finished as League One's top scorer with 25 last season. Chelsea loanee Izzy Brown will provide another option, possibly to change the game off the bench once again, while Callum McManaman is the only real injury doubt, though Martin Cranie faces a race to be fit enough to return to the backline.

That makes this weekends meeting with Luton an interesting one, as the visitors look to build on some strong form. QPR have been in mixed form this season, but their underlying stats have pointed to a solid side who could go places this term. That hasnt always reflected in their results, with some defensive issues holding them back.

QPR vs Luton H2H

Luton took their time to show what they're capable of at this higher level, having finished last season as League One champions, with just one point from the first 12 available, but they've since registered good wins against Barnsley (3-1) and Huddersfield (2-1) to shoot up the table. QPR have been up and down, but are only currently kept out of the top six by virtue of goal difference.