QPR can get something at Ipswich but Fulham face a tough task at Brighton



Ian Holloway celebrated a winning return to QPR against 10-man Norwich City last weekend and they travel to Ipswich on Saturday looking for a double against the East Anglian sides. charlie-mcCann_Aff

The Tractor Boys are 5/4 favourites but, having lost 2-0 to Nottingham Forest last time out, the natives will be restless if they don’t get an early goal.

Rangers are 12/5 to win Saturday’s game, while the draw is priced at 11/5.

Fulham travel to the south coast to face a Brighton side unbeaten in the Championship since losing 2-0 to Brentford at the Amex back in September.

The Seagulls were held to a 1-1 draw in front of the Sky cameras last Friday and Nathan Baker’s goal for Aston Villa was the first Albion had conceded in five games.

The Whites are 14/5 to win this one, with Brighton even-money and the draw 5/2.

Incidentally, Brighton are 6/1 for the title and 4/7 for promotion.

I expect to see goals and the recommendation is for both sides to score, which we’ve priced at 8/11.

Brentford lost at Blackburn last time out and are 23/20 to get back to winning ways against a Birmingham City side who are 12/5 to take the points back to the Midlands, with a draw at 13/5.

Bees striker Scott Hogan is 7/2 to score the opener at Griffin Park and 21/10 to find the back of the Blues net at some time during the 90 minutes.

I expect a home win with both sides scoring, which is priced at 17/5 with BetVictor.

For all the latest odds, check out www.betvictor.com

Have a good weekend everyone.