Published on July 27th, 2014 | by Sportingly Better Tipster0
Top Newcomer Betting – Back QPR to be the Top Promoted Team
With pre-season friendlies well under way, Sportingly Better takes a look at some of the ante-post football predictions in the Premier League, with QPR odds against to finish as the top promoted team in the Premier League this season.
Football Predictions – Ante-Post Betting Tips
A last minute Bobby Zamora goal sent QPR back into the Premier League after a 1-0 victory over Derby County in the 2014 Championship Play-Off Final.
The Championship Play-Off winner has been the top performing side in each of the last three seasons in the Premier League, but manager Harry Redknapp will want to address his forward line if Loic Remy moves on to Liverpool.
The Hoops will be down to just Charlie Austin and Bobby Zamora up front and given Zamora’s injury record, QPR are likely to make a couple of significant movements in this area before the transfer window closes.
Redknapp has made a point in recruiting the defensive pairing of Rio Ferdinand and Steven Caulker and along with the command of Richard Dunne, QPR could replicate their defensive success at Loftus Road towards the end of the campaign, when they last appeared in the Premier League.
The R’s Premier League experience could be quite telling this time around, whilst the recall of Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar will provide Robert Green with some much needed competition in the top flight.
The current betting odds of 2.62 would considerably shorten if Tony Fernandes opens his cheque book to address Redknapp’s forward problems, with the likes of Mathieu Valbuena, Troy Deeney and free agent Samuel Eto’o having all been linked to a move to Loftus Road.
With just three weeks left until the opening weekend of the Premier League season, expect QPR to make a splash in the transfer market with the Hoops well priced to finish the campaign as the top promoted side.
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Author Credit: Jonathan Day
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