Each day our exclusive MATCH OF THE DAQ service previews the big match of the day – usually a televised game.
As well as the preview we also bring you the head to head records of the two teams as well as a recommended bet on BETDAQ for the match.
Queens Park Rangers v Aston Villa
KO 16.00, Sky Sports 1
BETDAQ Commission back on all QPR v Aston Villa markets
(Sky Sports 1, Sunday 4pm)
if either team wins 3-1.
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(Max last 10 only)
24 Sep 2008 Carling Cup Aston Villa 0-1 QPR
22 Sep 2004 Carling Cup Aston Villa 3-1 QPR
09 Mar 1996 Premier League Aston Villa 4-2 QPR
23 Dec 1995 Premier League QPR 1-0 Aston Villa
29 Nov 1995 League Cup Aston Villa 1-0 QPR
14 Jan 1995 Premier League Aston Villa 2-1 QPR
29 Oct 1994 Premier League QPR 2-0 Aston Villa
04 Dec 1993 Premier League QPR 2-2 Aston Villa
14 Aug 1993 Premier League Aston Villa 4-1 QPR
09 May 1993 Premier League QPR 2-1 Aston Villa
Queens Park Rangers welcome Aston Villa on Sunday for a fixture that looks set to be tight given the clubs are level on points in the league. The Villans narrowly lead the head-to-head encounters across the past ten meetings. Those that fancy home advantage to be the deciding factor can get around 2.36 for a QPR victory.
However, Neil Warnock’s outfit are yet to win a game at home in the league, but an away 3-0 win last week against Wolves will have given them plenty of confidence heading into the clash at Loftus Road. But the hosts will have to shrug off memories of being hammered 4-0 by Bolton at home earlier in the season – who now sit in the relegation zone.
Villa, on the other hand, have not lost a game all season and are currently sixth place in the Premier League. After five matches, Alex McLeish still needs to pick up an away win for his unbeaten side. A victory at Loftus Road would certainly put a smile on his face, considering the last time Villa beat QPR at home was back in 1991.
The odds are set against the Villans and punters can get around 3.3 for an away win. Both teams total goals combined does not stack up high either, so backing under 2.5 goals at around 1.88 on BETDAQ would be the sensible punt.
RECOMMENDATION: (1-10 points)
Under 2.5 goals at around 1.88: 6 points
Saturday’s Return: -5 points