COVENTRY CITY VS QPR.
Last weekend’s win ended a six-game winless run of league games for the hosts, though the fact remains that they have beaten QPR just once across the last five meetings.
Coventry made a brilliant start to this campaign and were as high as third place after 11 matchdays. However, their play-off ambitions are slowly but surely waning as they have dropped six league places since then.
Only fellow play-off contenders Bournemouth and Stoke have beaten QPR across their last 12 games and their current four game winning run in all competitions will surely inspire confidence ahead of this clash.
Manager Mark Warburton knows this opposition well after four prior meetings, three of which saw his side on the day score 2+ goals and win. Conversely, Coventry boss Mark Robins hasn’t really left a mark on QPR across his nine personal meetings with them (W1, D1, L7).
Prediction:QPR to win.
INTERMILLAN VS VENEZIA.
The hosts have scored an average of 1.95 goals while the visitors have scored an average of 1.55 goals.
Prediction:Intermillan to win.
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