None can claim that QPR did not put effort in their midweek game in the north-east of England against Sunderland. Their new boss, Harry Redknapp is extremely experienced and was brought in to save the club from relegation
as they are currently bottom of the league table of the English Premiership being the only side so far to not having won a single game. Mr Redknapp stated that the 0-0 draw at Sunderland was a positive result for his side does not have the luxury to drop points.
Villa managed to keep a clean sheet for a second consecutive match when they faced Reading in their midweek match. Last Saturday they held Arsenal on a 0-0 at the Villa Park and later in the week they focused once again on their defensive line which had a great game and thanks to a late goal in the game they got all three points. However, it has to be said that Villa is not really convincing the way they play on the pitch. Away from home they have a 1-1-5 record having scored just 3 times. The visitors remain without several players but they have learned how to live with it.
This is simply a must win game for QPR and the home win might attract lots of stakes. Are the odds still appealing? Well, in my opinion yes, as Villa is not convincing at all. I believe that QPR will have the enthusiasm needed to get their first win of the season.