Queens Park Rangers will play Coventry City on Saturday in an effort to snap a losing streak of four games.
Coventry is now in 12th place in the Championship rankings, while the Hoops have plummeted to sixth place as a result of three straight victories.
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Coventry City vs QPR Tips and Prediction
QPR appeared to be a revitalized team when Michael Beale declined the chance to become the new head coach of Wolverhampton Wanderers; they had anticipated that their leader would go for greener pastures.
But suddenly, the Hoops have only managed to earn one out of a possible twelve points, have scored only one goal, and lost to bottom-placed Huddersfield Town after being in a winning position the previous weekend.
That game was intended to be the one that put QPR back on track, but instead, after keeping Beale on board, it created more concerns about their integrity and character.
Although the former Aston Villa assistant’s standing isn’t necessarily lot worse than it was a few weeks ago, he will be aware that QPR really needs to get at least a point on Saturday in order to build on what has otherwise been a strong start to the season.
QPR are now only three points clear of 11th place, although they are still only seven points behind Burnley, who are in first place and play second-placed Blackburn Rovers on Sunday.
When games played after September 30 are taken into account, Coventry is the division’s best team, changing from a relegation threat to a playoff contender.
The Sky Blues’ cause has been aided by a variety of games in hand, and Mark Robins’ squad has still played two fewer games than many of the teams above them, but three straight victories have propelled them up the table.
Most impressively, all three games ended with clean sheets, and victories over Blackburn Rovers, Watford, and Wigan Athletic, respectively.
Only 19 goals have been scored in 18 games this season, which is still a problem, but forward Viktor Gyokeres has now scored seven goals overall.
Coventry should no longer be worried about falling to the third division, despite the fact that they are still only six points above the relegation zone.
Prior to a few weeks ago, we would have bet for QPR to win a tight match by the odd goal in three. However, because the Sky Blues have a history of winning close games, we are now projecting the opposite result.