QPR’s great escape is on and they can see off Sunderland

QPR face Sunderland in the Premier League and we make the R’s 5/4 to beat the Black Cats, who are currently priced at 12/5. charlie-mcCann_Aff

After three of QPR’s last four Premier League home games ending in a goalless draw, a 0-0 outcome is also very likely and we are offering generous odds of 19/2 for a correct score of 0-0.

Other results include a 1-0 win for QPR at 15/2 and a 2-1 win at 19/2.

After beating Southampton 2-1 last week, Harry’s men will be on a high and hope to continue their winning ways in order to flee the relegation zone.

With just four points separating the bottom four teams and the next four fixtures all against teams in the lower half of the table, QPR’s great escape is still very much on and they are 11/4 to stay up this season.

This weekend sees the clash of two giants as Manchester United host Chelsea in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup.

Holders Chelsea are 7/2 to win the match, with favourites United 4/5. The draw is priced at 29/10.

Chelsea’s current top scorer Frank Lampard is 19/2 to score first and 13/5 to score at any time.

Juan Mata, who has scored five goals and assisted seven in just 10 appearances in the FA Cup, is also priced at 19/2 to score first and 13/5 to score at any time.

After managing to hit the back of the net in the last round of the cup both players will be keen to continue their scoring ways against United.

At BetVictor correct scores include a 2-1 victory for the Blues at 15/1 and an optimistic 4-0 victory at a huge 100/1.

Chelsea are currently 6/1 to bring the cup back to the Bridge this season compared to Manchester City and United, who are both 7/4.

With so much at stake for both teams and tensions sure to be high, BetVictor are offering a ‘red card refund’.


If a red card is shown at any time during the match, BetVictor will refund losing correct score, first/last goalscorer, scorecast and man of the match bets on that particular match up to a maximum of £50 per person (terms and conditions apply).

After a recent backlash towards interim manager Rafa Benitez, the club’s next permanent manager is on the minds of many fans.

We make Jose Mourinho the firm favourite at 11/10 to replace Benitez.

Other candidates include former England manager Fabio Capello at 4/1, Everton manager David Moyes at 8/1 and ex-Chelsea man Gus Poyet also priced at 8/1.

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Best of luck.