QPR will feel aggrieved by the game-changing sequence of decisions that condemned them to a defeat at Manchester United but in truth Mark Hughes’ men probably would’ve emerged from the Old Trafford clash empty-handed anyway. Nevertheless, the sense of injustice could galvanise the Rangers ahead of what is a more winnable contest, at home to Swansea.
As they are at Loftus Road, it’s vital that QPR secure all three points and they’re 5/4 with William Hill to do just that. The Swans, underdogs at 5/2 via Stan James, have been a joy to watch this season but the rigours of the Premier League have started to take their toll in recent with Brendan Rodgers’ troops having lost three in a row and their lack of cutting edge could again be punished in West London, where Rangers’ intensity and hunger could win out.
Elsewhere, Manchester United are 4/11 (Boylesports) to take another huge stride towards retaining the ir Premier League crown, by overcoming Wigan at the DW Stadium, Blue Square make hapless Wolves just 1/2 to be beaten again as they welcome top four hopefuls Arsenal to Molineux while BetVictor quote Manchester City at 1/4 ahead of the visit of West Brom, although that’s too short to appeal given the way City’s title challenge has collapsed recently.
Treble on QPR, Manchester United and Arsenal – 18/5 (William Hill)