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Blackpool – QPR Prediction Prediction and Tips for today

Best soccer tips for today CHAMPIONSHIP: Blackpool – QPR Prediction Prediction and Tips for today, March 14, 2023.

Kick-off: 20:45 Blackpool – QPR
Tip: Over 1.5 Goals
Odds: 1.33
Bookmaker: 10Bet
Match Result: 6:1 WON!!!

Blackpool – QPR Prediction and Preview

  • After a 2-0 loss to Bristol City on Saturday, a result that manager Mick McCarthy described as “probably the worst performance” he has had since taking charge, Blackpool ended the previous round stuck in the bottom three and six points adrift of safety with two other clubs. McCarthy has now won just one of his nine league games since taking the reins (D3, L5), his worst start to a tenure at any club since beginning his time at Sunderland with 11 consecutive losses across two seasons!
  • It’s a perilous position for the Tangerines, who are looking worryingly impotent up front after scoring just once across their last four games (D1, L3). Perhaps a return to Bloomfield Road, where they are unbeaten this calendar year, can inject some life into the Seasiders. Blackpool have picked up two wins and four draws across all competitions in that time, including a run of three successive clean sheets.
  • It might also come as some comfort to home supporters that visitors Queens Park Rangers (QPR) have won just two of the last eight H2H meetings (D4, L2), including a 1-0 result in Blackpool’s favour earlier in the campaign. Like Blackpool, the R’s have changed manager on two occasions since then, and they make the trip after a confidence boosting 1-0 win over Watford on Saturday that ended a run of 13 games without success (D5, L8).
  • That was also QPR’s first victory under new boss Gareth Ainsworth, who admitted to feeling “choked up” at full-time. His side now sit ten points clear of the bottom three, although they surely need to end a dreadful run of just one win in their last 11 away league fixtures (D4, L6) to have any chance of avoiding a bottom-half finish in the Championship for the fifth time in seven years.
  • Key battle: Blackpool’s Callum Connolly has lost 2-1 to QPR three times in six meetings (W2, D1). He may be trying to thwart Rangers striker Chris Martin, who has scored seven times from his seven appearances against the Tangerines (W4, D1, L2).
  • Hot stat: QPR have scored just five goals in the first half of away league games this season, the joint-lowest total in the Championship.