* Betting odds were correct at the time of publication but are subject to change.
Here we bring you Championship predictions for QPR vs Millwall with the game due to take place on Saturday February 11th.
QPR vs Millwall: Our top betting predictions
QPR arrive in this game as marginal favourites to take the three points. Do we see it playing out in that manner? Find out with our QPR vs Millwall match preview with free tips, predictions and odds mentioned along the way.
Millwall will win
Despite coming into this match as the bookmakers favourites their form is actually really poor right now. They've not won a game in 2023 yet with their winless run now stretching out to eight games – albeit they have drawn five of those eight games. Millwall meanwhile are far from perfect with respect of their form but they are winning games on a reasonably regular basis; they've won three of their last five away games. With form favouring Millwall and considering the odds on the table from the bookies, the away win option looks like a decent bet.
Banking on a low scoring game
Our next tip for this match comes from the total goals market and we're betting on under 2.5 goals. QPR have seen two of their last three games have gone south of that 2.5 cut off with a game average of just 2.3 goals. Millwall meanwhile have been very low scoring of late; eight of their last 10 matches have gone under 2.5 goals with a total of just 18 goals scored – that's just 1.8 per match. Each of the last three head to head games, and four of the last five, have gone under 2.5 goals.
Here are the key stats & form guide for QPR vs Millwall
So, that gives you some insight to how the different bookmakers see the action unfolding. How though do the bookies odds translate into probabilities ahead of this game and how might that impact your view of our predictions? Let's find out.
QPR odds: 8/5 (2.60) – 39%
Draw odds: 21/10 (3.10) – 32%
Millwall odds: 9/5 (2.80) – 36%
QPR might be the bookmakers pick for this game but the probabilities attached to the respective odds tell you how much confidence there is that the hosts will get the job done – its a tight old betting market as the match result bets go. The both teams to score market is interestingly tight too but with both the choices – yes or no – being priced as odds on.
Check out the predicted lineups ahead of QPR vs Millwall
Leon Balogun and Lyndon Dykes are both unlikely to be available for QPR in this game due to short term issues. With those knocks and a point earned last time out, QPR could opt for an unchanged XI here. That will see them lineup in a 4-3-3.
Millwall have lacked consistency of results but, performance wise, they're a banker for a steady show. With four points taken from the last six available major adjustments to the team would be crazy and we just don't see that happening.
*Starting lineups are usually announced one hour prior to kick off.
Player to watch
When picking out a player to watch with a close eye in this game we chewed over a few options, however, we've settled on one and that is Millwall's Zian Flemming. Flemming is only 24-year-old and is starting to look like a real weapon at this level. He joined Millwall in the summer after three years on the spin where he'd scored double figures – twice of Fortuna Sittard and once for Nijmegen. Now, 25 games into his Lions career he has reached the 10 goal mark once again. It's been a little while since he notched but he is a constant threat and he could be key to this game.
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A quickfire FAQ on QPR vs Millwall
Where is the match being played? – Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium