Match Preview: QPR vs Arsenal
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|Time first goal scored||31 mins||29 mins|
|Time first goal conceded||40 mins||40 mins|
Arsenal to win:
William Hill are offering odds of 8/13 for the Gunners to win away
Bet365 are offering the best odds at 16/5
QPR to win:
Bet365, William Hill & Skybet are offering odds of 9/2 for QPR to win at home
allArsenal’s Special Bet:
allArsenal’s Special Bet: Halftime/Fulltime: Arsenal/Arsenal= 11/18
The Gunners should dominate this one from the get-go, they are their longest winning streak since 2007 meanwhile QPR have won just two out of their last 18 matches, loosing 12 in the process.
See below for more match facts
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QPR 0 Arsenal 2
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Bet365 = 7/1
Skybet = 7/1
William Hill = 15/2 – highest paying odds
Arsenal now have the joint-longest run of consecutive league wins (7) in 2011-12 Premier League. They last won eight in a row in March 2004.
The Gunners have Robin van Persie who has scored 44 goals in his last 47 Premier League appearances, topping the Premier Leagues golden boot competition so far.
Since his arrival in England, Thomas Vermaelen has scored more goals (12) than any other Premier League defender.
Arsenal have won more points from losing positions than any other team this season (19).
No side have dropped more points from winning positions than QPR in the Premier League in 2011-12 (15).
More Match Facts
Arsenal have won a lower percentage of games against QPR than versus any other opponent in Premier League history (22%).
Robin van Persie has only scored against one Premier League side (Manchester United) in both league meetings this season.
Arsenal have seen more opposition players red carded against them than any other team this season (5).
QPR have picked up more red cards (6) than any other team in the top flight this season, half of which have come since Mark Hughes took over.
QPR have conceded 13% of their goals in the final 15 minutes of matches this season, a lower proportion than any other top flight side.
Stats from opta/Uk Eurosport