Both teams are on the cusp of being dragged into the bottom three if results don’t go their way. Hull are currently in 16th with QPR a place below them with only goal separating them and Aston Villa who are in 18th.
Hull secured a vital 2-0 win at home to Aston Villa last time out, and will look to make it three games unbeaten in the Premier League if they avoid defeat against QPR this Sunday.
With Chris Ramsey given the QPR managerial post until the end of this campaign, he’ll be hoping to lead The Hoops to another away victory having recently led his men to their first away win of the season at Sunderland.
KICK-OFF: Saturday, 3pm
PAST THREE MEETINGS…
QPR 0 Hull 1 (Chester ) Premier League, August 2014
QPR 1 (Routledge) Hull 1 (Amoo) Championship, April 2011
Hull 0 QPR 0 Championship, January 2013
Charlie Austin hasn’t scored in his last three Premier League matches. His last came away at Burney in January.
QPR ended a run of four straight league defeats in the Premier League when they defeated Sunderland away from home last week.
Hull have a 33 per cent winning percentage against QPR in their last six meeting. [QPR 16 per cent DRAW 50 per cent]
QPR have only managed one clean sheet away from home this season.
Hull to win: 2.1
QPR to win: 4.3
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