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QPR dangerman Austin gets the Ladbrokes Price Boost treatment

| 09.05.2014

It proved to be a successful night for followers of the Ladbrokes Price Boost with Brighton’s Jesse Lingard opening the scoring in the first leg of their Championship play-off clash with Derby.

The on-loan Manchester United youngster’s price was inflated from 11/2 to 7/1 to find the net first making it a profitable night for Ladbrokes customers.

Tonight sees another interesting Championship play-off tie between Wigan and QPR and that means just one thing –yet another superb Ladbrokes enhancement.

QPR striker Charlie Austin is the man in question with the bookmaker enhancing his price from 5/1 to a tempting 6/1 to fire the first goal of the game at the DW Stadium.

The former Burnley striker, despite missing two months of the campaign through injury, has been Harry Redknapp’s side’s main goal threat this season, firing 17 goals in 31 Championship appearances.

The 24-year-old has found the net first for QPR 10 times already this season and has opened the scoring in the Loftus Road outfit’s last two league matches against Millwall and Barnsley respectively.

Austin certainly knows his way to goal and if QPR harbour any ambitions of a quick-fire return to the Premier League, the former Swindon target man will have to be on-song, meaning it could be a second successive lucrative night for our Price Boost followers.

All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.

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Oliver Yew