Queens Park Rangers have failed to find the back of the net in five of their last six matches against Newcastle United (one goal scored). Newcastle are [3.6] to keep a clean sheet.
Newcastle United have won seven and lost none of their last nine league encounters with Queens Park Rangers. They are [2.48] to score.
The Magpies have gone nine Premier League games without a win (D1 L8), their longest wait since May 2009 (10 games), a season in which they were relegated. QPR are [3.05] to win.
QPR have conceded 67 goals this term; the most they have ever shipped in a Premier League season. Only in three other top-flight seasons have the R’s conceded more goals than in 2014/15 (1969 – 95, 1979 – 73, 1985 – 72). Over 2.5 goals is [1.83].
Chris Ramsey is yet to win a Premier League game at Loftus Road as manager of QPR (D1 L5). He could become the first QPR manager (2+ games) to fail to win at Loftus Road in the Premier League. The draw is [3.6].
Only QPR (9) have won fewer points in 2015 than Newcastle United (10). Newcastle are [9.4] to be relegated.
74% of QPR’s points this season have arrived on home soil; the highest share in the PL. The half-time draw/full-time QPR double result is priced at [7.6].
The Magpies have scored more goals from substitutes than any other team in the top division (10). The draw half-time/Newcastle full-time double result is [6.6].
Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback has scored or assisted nine goals this season (four goals, five assists); more than in his previous six Premier League campaigns combined (7). Colback is [5.5] to find the net.
Matt Phillips has made more assists in 2015 than any other PL player (7), though he has now gone four games without one. Under 2.5 goals is [2.14].