QPR scored 67 league goals last season, the fifth-highest in the Championship.Each of QPR’s last three matches have featured at least four goalsNottingham Forest have not won any of their last six away games.Goals on the menu at Loftus Road
QPR can look forward to a brighter future after rebalancing their finances in recent years and we expect their vibrant, young side to have the edge over Nottingham Forest at Loftus Road.
The financial fallout of QPR’s relegation from the Premier League in 2014-15 was significant but the wage bill has been trimmed and the Hoops are building a squad to compete in the top half of the division.
They lost influential attacker Ebere Eze to Crystal Palace last month, but have snapped up winger Lyndon Dykes, who scored 11 goals in 28 appearances for Livingston, and centre-back Rob Dickie, who was one of the highest rated defenders in League One.
Mark Warburton’s side love to attack and scored 42 goals in home league games last season (two more than champions Leeds).
They take a fearless approach into most home games and we are predicting a 3-2 success against Forest, who have gone seven matches since their last victory.