QPR v Norwich, Saturday 22nd September, 17:30
QPR have found some balance following a dismal start to the season, as Burnley loanee Nahki Wells’ arrival has coincided with a run of four wins from five unbeaten games across all competitions.
The latest outing saw them defeat London rivals Millwall and frankly, the margin should have been greater than 2-0 after a dominant first half display. Nevertheless, six of their last eight at Loftus Road have seen at least three goals overall and they’ve only failed to score here on three occasions since the start of last season.
Meanwhile, Norwich have registered back-to-back wins for the first time since February, so confidence will be up. The Canaries are yet to keep their opposition out on the road this term as three of their four games have seen more than two goals, while the only one that didn’t finished 1-1.
Going back into last term, both teams have scored in 11 of their last 12 away from home with seven of these featuring at least three strikes.
These two sides have played each other four times since the start of the 2016/17 season, with each of them winning their respective matches on home turf.
Three of them saw more than two goals, including both games here, but with Norwich only losing one of four road trips this term the goals market appears the more likely over a home win.
*all odds are subject to change