QPR v Brighton tips – hard-working Hoops can hold Seagulls

Hard-working Hoops can hold Seagulls

Burton Albion new manager, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink

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Betting Tip: No Goal Scorer - QPR vs Brighton @ 7/1 with bet365

Can anyone beat Brighton & Hove Albion this season? The Seagulls are now twenty games unbeaten after Saturday’s 2-2 draw at the iPro Stadium which saw the Seagulls lead twice before Derby claimed a point late in the day.

Chris Hughton’s side look set to be a permanent fixture in the top six this season but the manager will be hoping that Albion can fend off promotion rivals such as Middlesbrough, Hull and the Rams to earn an automatic place in the Premier League.

Tuesday’s match at Loftus Road looks a tricky one. QPR have just installed Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink as manager, with the Dutchman seeing a well-drilled Rangers team earn a goalless draw against Burnley on Saturday.

It means that the Hoops have not conceded in the past three matches, so we shouldn’t expect an expansive approach against a Brighton side who have actually drawn seven of their ten matches on the road.

Brighton concede less than a goal per game right now, so we’d be looking at scorelines of 0-0, 1-0 and 0-1 for this match, with No Goalscorer probably worth a small bet considering Hasselbaink would regard the draw as another good point.

Charlie Austin could be back in the starting line-up for this clash, although the striker is not the complete solution to the team’s scoring issues, with Hasselbaink having previously been in charge of a Burton side who were also defensively robust.

While Brighton will provide a stern test after scoring two against Derby on their own patch, the expectation levels of the home side are lower and a point would be a decent outcome for both sides.

Betting Tip: No Goal Scorer - QPR vs Brighton @ 7/1 with bet365

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