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QPR matches chopper 13.3 a corner at home, where they even manages to make the whole 7.6.
Aston Villa matches chopper 12.3 a corner away, where they pocketing 6.6.
Aston Villa is quite often a good portion of a corner away, including 12 against Brighton.
The two teams are both well above average in the series currently 10.6 per game.
Villa-invaders Kodjia, Ayew and Adomah all have the ability to put his direct opponent and go to the end line.
Both teams are quite generous to a corner away. QPR 5.6 in cuts and Villa with 6.6 on average.
The two teams together, going over the line 10.5 in 68% of cases, everything suggests many will come in a corner. (*)
Both teams have a hard time scoring goals. It is also one of the causes of the many corners.
QPR midfield Idrissa Sylla will probably be back from injury and can contribute offensively in the fight here.
What to watch for
If one of the teams quickly in front, so it may well mean that we are asking deeply, it may help to destroy the game.
Villa can look forward to having defender Nathan Baker back in the starting elleveren militate against the game.
QPR-defensive may be reinforced with strong Steven Caulker, who has been out for two games.
Corner is always a difficult size if the fight gets a slow start, the game can die before it starts.
(*) It seems to me odd that the line is called 10,5 corner, except that it is alarmingly close to the average in the Championship which is 10.6. The stat line for the game here should be AH 12 with void at exactly 12 corner. So unless I’ve missed something, so I think it’s great paid on the low line here.
I love you a bit again with inserted stones as a corner is always a difficult size to figure out and you have to have respect for the market, although there has been the great movement yet.
Arguments in italics: The points I believe market especially underestimates.
|Prediction:||Under 2,5 goals|