Birmingham City vs QPR.
In the second half of the previous season, Queens Park Rangers lost interest in competing in the Championship playoffs. Following up on QPR's success from the previous year, new manager Michael Beale has the Hoops contending for the Championship's top spot.
The Hoops have a record of 4W-1D-3L on the road with 11 goals for and 10 against, although QPR do not travel well in the league. Birmingham City has gained eight points from its last 6 league contests. The last six games saw them score eight goals and give up five.
In five of their last six meetings with Birmingham City, QPR hasn't lost. Last season, the Hoops defeated the Blues twice in the Championship, 2-0 at home and 2-1 away.
The Blues are not a league-strong home team. At St. Andrew's Stadium, they had a record of 2W-3D-2L with eight goals for and six goals against. For this prediction, Birmingham City to win and correct score (3-2).
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