QPR look to continue their surge up the ladder when they square off against a struggling Preston outfit on Wednesday (Thursday AEDT) and the match is available to watch online via desktop and mobile.
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Preston vs QPR Live Stream: How To Watch & Bet Online
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Preston vs QPR Match Details
🏴 Competition: Championship
🗓 Date: Wednesday February 24 (Thursday February 25 AEDT)
⏰ Time: 6.45am AEDT
🏟 Stadium: Deepdale
Head to Head
- 22/10/20: QPR 0-2 Preston
- 8/3/20: Preston 1-3 QPR
- 8/12/19: QPR 2-0 Preston
- 20/1/19: QPR 1-4 Preston
- 5/8/18: Preston 1-0 QPR
Preston vs QPR Tips & Predictions
QPR target their fifth consecutive victory when they come up against a slumping Preston side on Wednesday night in the Championship.
QPR have been on a magnificent run of form over the last month, registering victories over Watford, Blackburn, Brentford and Bournemouth. Three of those wins have come against teams currently in the promotion and playoff spots.
Meanwhile, Preston have slipped to 16th spot on the ladder and could find themselves in a relegation battle if they don’t pick things up swiftly.
Indeed, Preston have lost seven of their last 10 matches, while their home form is poor, with the side scoring juste one goal from their last four games on their own turf.
The contrast in form here couldn’t be more clear and we’ll be backing QPR to extend their winning streak to five matches on Wednesday.