Huddersfield Town - QPR Betting Preview: Expect the away side to score at least twice

Harry Redknapp takes his side to Yorkshire this weekend looking to keep up his teams 100 per cent record and Hugh Wilson is backing the away side to score goals
Huddersfield Town host QPR in the Championship this Saturday after both sides negotiated lower league opposition to progress through in the Capital One Cup.

The Terriers dispatched Yorkshire rivals Bradford City, who they comfortably beat 2-1, despite a late goal from Nahki Wells. Meanwhile, Harry Redknapp took his side down to the south west of England, where they beat Exeter City 2-0.

QPR managed to get their season off to a winning start last weekend, despite a slow start against Sheffield Wednesday. Late first half goals from Nedum Onuoha and Andy Johnson gave Redknapp all three points and with promotion expected of the London club, Rangers will come to the John Smiths stadium with one thing on their mind. Bet365 price the away side at 5/4 (2.25) to win the match.

Mark Robins was pleased with his side after a solid performance midweek against Bradford. Town bounced back well after an opening day of the season loss at Nottingham Forest.

With relegation avoided on the final game of the season last term, Robins will be keen for his side to rack up points early on this season to avoid a repeat of that scenario. Bet365 have the home side as outsiders at 11/5 (3.20) to take all three points. The same firm prices the draw at 9/4 (3.25).

Despite only conceding two goals in their two competitive matches so far this season, Huddersfield shipped goals during their pre-season friendlies.

Robins' men conceded two against non-league Guiseley, three away at Oldham and four at home to Real Betis. With QPR netting four goals in their two matches so far this campaign, the bet of QPR over 1.5 team goals at 5/4 (2.25) is certainly worth backing.

For those who are after more value, backing Huddersfield’s man of the moment James Vaughan to net anytime at 15/8 (2.88) with Bet365 seems like a fantastic bet. The former Everton man netted 14 goals last season for Town whilst on loan, and scored two goals on Tuesday night against Bradford in the League Cup. Although QPR may have the ability to score, there certainly appears value in backing Vaughan to find the net for his side, too.

QPR over 1.5 total team goals for a 1pt stake at 5/4 (2.25) with bet365
James Vaughan anytime for a 0.5pt stake at 15/8 (2.88) with bet365

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