Saturday 16th May. Kick-off 3pm.
Queens Park Rangers have failed to find the back of the net in five of their last six matches against Newcastle United (one goal scored). A Newcastle clean sheet is 27/10 with Coral.
Newcastle United have won seven and lost none of their last nine league encounters with Queens Park Rangers. A Newcastle win is 29/20 with Paddy Power.
The Magpies have gone nine Premier League games without a win (D1 L8), their longest wait since May 2009 (10 games), a season in which they were relegated. A QPR win is 21/10 with Bet365.
QPR have conceded 67 goals this term; the most they have ever shipped in a Premier League season. Only in three other top-flight seasons have the R’s conceded more goals than in 2014/15 (1969 – 95, 1979 – 73, 1985 – 72). Newcastle to score 2+ is Evens with Coral.
Chris Ramsey is yet to win a Premier League game at Loftus Road as manager of QPR (D1 L5). He could become the first QPR manager (2+ games) to fail to win at Loftus Road in the Premier League. QPR not to win is 2/5 at Boylesports.
Only QPR (9) have won fewer points in 2015 than Newcastle United (10).
74% of QPR’s points this season have arrived on home soil; the highest share in the PL.
The Magpies have scored more goals from substitutes than any other team in the top division (10).
Newcastle midfielder Jack Colback has scored or assisted nine goals this season (four goals, five assists); more than in his previous six Premier League campaigns combined (7). Colback is 8/1 (Betfred) to score anytime.
Matt Phillips has made more assists in 2015 than any other PL player (7), though he has now gone four games without one.