Over 3.5 goals in QPR v Brentford on Monday night looks a great shout from a betting perspective.
This West London derby at Loftus Road looks to have plenty of goals in it. The Hoops and Bees have both been involved in high scoring games recently.
There is also a history of the net bulging a lot in this particular fixture. Four of the last six encounters, including three previous meetings at Loftus Road have contained four goals or more.
So, odds of 9/5 with BetVictor for over 3.5 goals in QPR v Brentford is worth a wager. Former Bees boss Mark Warburton has made a good start to his spell in charge of the Hoops.
The last three QPR games have all contained four goals or more. These were a 4-2 win over Blackburn Rovers, a 3-2 away victory at Hull City and a 2-2 home draw with Reading.
Two of the last five Brentford matches were the same. They won 3-1 at Barnsley at the end of September and edged another London club in Millwall 3-2.
Why over 3.5 goals in QPR v brentford makes sense
Another reason why this game promises goals is the open nature of the Hoops under Warburton. They are among the highest scorers in the Championship with 23 goals in 14 games, but also have the worst defence in the top half.
While Brentford are better at keeping clean sheets than their hosts, containing QPR may be difficult.
It’s a very open, expansive style of football under Warburton. The Bees know all about their ex-boss who steered them into the Championship from League One back in 2014.
This game promises goals through the likes of Nahki Wells, Jordan Hugill and Eberchi Eze in the hosts’ forward ranks.
Brentford, meanwhile, have Ollie Watkins, Sergi Canos and Said Benrahma among their attacking options for the match.
Bet of the Day: 9/5 with BetVictor, over 3.5 goals in QPR v Brentford.