Norwich vs QPR Betting Tip Norwich 1 Goal Winning Margin – 29th December 2020

Canaries can get straight back to winning ways as struggling QPR visit Carrow Road

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England Norwich vs QPR England
29th December 1945hrs
Football – England – Championship
Pick Norwich 1 Goal Winning Margin
Bookmaker Paddy Power
Odds: 13/5 odds taken 2016 GMT Monday, 28th December

Championship leaders Norwich were upset on Boxing Day as their long winning streak was snapped by Watford.

So now comes a relatively unfamiliar position of them having to recover from a league defeat this season.

But their form at Carrow Road is still intact and they are facing a QPR side who are struggling to find a winning touch at the moment.

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Norwich Preview – Canaries to bounce back at home

Norwich were defeated 1-0 at Watford on Boxing Day which saw a fantastic five-match winning streak come to an end.

But they are still in great shape on home soil, having won their last three fixtures at Carrow Road.

That has pushed their home record to W6 D3 L1 this season and they are undefeated in their last eight Championship home fixtures.

Norwich have hit at least two goals in each of their last three played at Carrow Road.

It’s not that they have been really prolific in front of goal this season at home, but they have been efficient enough.

Five of their six home successes have been by a margin of just one goal.

Home and away combined, 11 of their 13 league successes have been by that one-goal margin.

A Norwich to win by a 1 goal margin for football betting on Tuesday is at 13/5* (odds taken 2016 GMT Monday, 28th December).

62% of Norwich’s home goals this season have come in the second 45 minutes of fixtures.

Our betting prediction:
CTA odds TextDraw/NOrwich HT/FT

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(odds taken 2016 GMT Monday, 28th December)


Norwich do have a big home form going against QPR to further strengthen their claims of a home win on Tuesday.

It is a three-match winning streak that they have going at Carrow Road over the R’s and each of those successes were to nil.

Norwich have actually bagged 10 goals in their last three home games against QPR.

The Canaries have the joint fourth-best home record in the Championship at the moment and only four teams have scored more goals than they have.

A look in the match outright, Norwich are 4/7 odds-on favourites and despite their blip on Boxing Day, that looks very reasonable* (odds taken 2016 GMT Monday, 28th December).


QPR Preview – Can the R’s snap their long winless streak?

There is some pressure mounting on Rangers now as they have failed to win any of their last eight league fixtures (D4 L4).

So they are going through a tough time at the moment. On the weekend they lost 2-0 at home against Swansea.

In their last four games, home and away combined, the R’s have netted just the one goal.

So that lack of goalscoring form isn’t going to help them much in a tough away game against the league leaders.

QPR are a current quote of 9/2 to get the away win on the board at Carrow Road on Tuesday* (odds taken 2016 GMT Monday, 28th December).

It doesn’t look likely with them holding a W1 D4 L5 away record this season only.

The lone win that they have managed on their travels happened against Derby who are down in the bottom three.

After Boxing Day’s action, QPR were left sitting sixth from bottom in the Championship standings.

Now for a closer examination of their away form. It is not great as they have taken only two points from their last five road games.

In that sequence, they did manage to hit the back of the net in four of the five games played.

But QPR are averaging under a goal per away game this season.

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QPR have scored 8 away goals in total this season but have conceded exactly twice that tally.

So that is where things have fallen down for them. Of the five away defeats they have suffered, three of them have been by a margin of at least two goals.

There as been a trend with QPR having been level at the halftime break in 7 of their 10 away games.

The half time draw for football betting is at 11/8 and therefore a reasonable option* (odds taken 2016 GMT Monday, 28th December).

The R’s have conceded 62% of their away goals in the second half of fixtures this season.

There are currently only four teams who have produced fewer goals in the Championship than QPR.

Only two teams have shipped more goals than they have done.


Norwich vs QPR Betting Advice

It has been a while since QPR had that winning feeling and we think that their drought continues on Tuesday night at Carrow Road.

They just aren’t having the impact, particularly in the second half of matches that really hints at any kind of upset.

So it’s a Norwich city that we expect.

A Norwich 1 goal winning margin is at 13/5 odds that we feel is a decent pick* (odds taken 2016 GMT Monday, 28th December).


Key Facts – Norwich vs QPR Betting Tip

  • Norwich are undefeated in 8 league home fixtures
  • 11 of Norwich’s 13 league wins this season have been by a 1 goal margin
  • QPR have only managed one away win in this campaign


Norwich have won a lot of their games by that one-goal margin and so it is well worth considering.

The Canaries have strong current home form against the R’s and they are seeking their fourth straight home success.

That blip away at Watford on the weekend for Norwich is probably going to be quickly forgotten.


The best betting odds for Norwich vs QPR

Norwich to win: 4/7 at Bet365
Draw: 3/1 at Bet365
QPR to win: 19/4 at Bet365