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QPR 4/6 to claim win to secure Premier League promotion

| 25.04.2011

QPR are one victory away from ensuring their promotion back to the Premier League and it is 4/6 that this is achieved at home to Hull.

Neil Warnock’s team have maintained their surge for the title of late with seven wins in 11 games and are also unbeaten in their last ten fixtures at home.

However, Hull arrive at Loftus Road with something to play for as they are only three points shy of the play-off places with just three games to go.

Furthermore, they have not been beaten in 16 away games, but their chances may be hindered by key injuries to Liam Rosenior and Robert Koren.

If Norwich or Cardiff drop points from their next games then QPR do not even need victory over Hull to achieve promotion.

It is 4/1 in the Championship betting that Hull beat QPR and 11/4 that the game ends all square.

Norwich currently sit in the second automatic promotion spot and also have the luxury of a home game to attempt to consolidate their position.

The Canaries are unbeaten in ten home games and high on confidence following their 5-1 thrashing of East Anglian rivals Ipswich.

Therefore, 4/9 looks a fair price in the Championship odds that they beat Derby and remain in pole position for a second successive promotion.

Derby are still not mathematically safe from relegation and are 6/1 to collect what would be a surprise win.

Cardiff will be looking to pounce on any slip ups by Norwich and are 1/1 to claim victory at relegation-threatened Preston.

Defeat could confirm relegation for Preston, but they can take hope from the fact they have won their last three home games.

It is 13/5 that Preston beat Cardiff and based on the results at Deepdale in the last two seasons, Preston hold a 9-0 aggregate advantage over their rivals.

A £30 stake on QPR beating Hull 2-1 would return £210. New customers can sign up here for a free £30 bet.



Craig Kemp

Craig has written for Ladbrokes since the 2010 World Cup, having previously gained a Media & Sports Journalism degree and contributed to publications including the Racing Post. His main areas of interest are horse racing and UFC, but he is also an avid X Factor gambler and likes nothing more than indulging in a spot of Hip Hop Karaoke.