Sky Sports EFL pundit David Prutton predicted that the clash between Blackburn Rovers and QPR at Ewood Park on Saturday will end as a 1-1 draw.
The R’s travel up to Lancashire in fantastic form, having picked up two wins in the last week, and take on a Blackburn side that hasn’t looked the same since the international break.
Tony Mowbray’s men have won just one of their last five games and slid down the Championship table.
In his predictions for Sky Sports, Prutton has suggested that Rovers’ winless run will continue and indicated Saturday’s game will end as a 1-1 draw.
That result will likely mean that both sides will remain in the bottom half of the table, though Rangers could climb as high as 12th should results go their way.
Mark Warburton’s men look to have turned something over a corner over the last week, picking up back-to-back victories, and will head into tomorrow’s game high on confidence.
The R’s have not won at Ewood Park since 1999, a record that you feel they would love to put right ahead of the upcoming international break.
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This is a tough game to call, particularly given Rangers’ dreadful form at Ewood Park over the last few decades.
Warburton’s men will be high in confidence after their recent wins but if Blackburn show up they could cause them some serious problems.
We’ve seen Rovers thrash sides this season and you feel if they get an early goal they could get their tails up.
The first goal looks likely to be crucial.