Bristol City Vs QPR Match Review

Bristol City Vs QPR Match Review

September 30, 2022 Sports Betting

Bristol City Vs QPR Match Review

On Saturday, Bristol City will be taking on QPR in the England Championship and they will be hoping to move to the playoff spot off a win from this game.

However, after losing consecutive games for the first time this season, the home team takes on its sixth-place rivals who are improving.

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Bristol City Vs QPR Betting  odds

Team Bet365 Betway 1xbet
Bristol City 2.30 2.30 2.25
QPR 3.25 3.10 3.04

Bristol City Vs QPR Tips and Prediction

Following their relatively underwhelming performance in 2021–22, Bristol City has been one of the surprise packages of the EFL season together with Reading.

At this point in the season, ninth place is the least they should be settling for, but prior to the international break, a string of losses undercut their prior achievements.

However, it should be emphasized that those defeats were by a goal each at Norwich City and Burnley, despite Nigel Pearson’s team continuing to shine in each game.

Pearson will believe that Bristol City can get back on track once those games are completed, but he will also be concerned about the seven goals conceded ok past 3 games

Pearson will be eager to improve the Robins’ defense over the course of the upcoming games as they currently have the second-worst record in the division.

When it comes to QPR, Michael Beale’s team has managed to get into sixth place after ten games while operating somewhat under the radar.

The London team has ten points from their last five games, which includes victories over Watford, Hull City, and Millwall three times each.

Beale would have been overjoyed with a second straight clean sheet following eight games without one, despite the goalless draw with Stoke City being a dull way to enter the international break.

The following week will provide a challenging tripleheader against Bristol City, Sheffield United, and Reading, but Beale might be satisfied with having games in front of his team that will focus their attention after the required break.


It is unclear how QPR will respond to the required break, despite the fact that they had been gaining momentum prior to the international break. It can only have benefited Bristol City in our eyes, we see both sides sharing points here.