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QPR Swansea Odds : Zamora to return to boost Mark Hughes relegation fight

QPR host Swansea at Loftus Road this evening with the home side desperate for the points to try and move clear of the bottom three, while the visitors are looking to end a fantastic season strongly, as punters offer strong support for Mark Hughes’s side tonight.

Mark Hughes’ side find themselves 17th,  but are level on points with Blackburn and Wigan below them, so will want to move clear of the bottom two teams tonight.

This will go down as one on the London sides more winnable games, as they still have to play three of the top six this season.

Hughes’ side have won just twice in their last two Premier League games and will want to put a win on the board before a very tough run in.

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QPR will be happy to welcome back Bobby Zamora after the striker has recovered from a virus, however they will be without suspended Shaun Derry.

Swansea have lost their last three games in the Premier League so will be looking to get some points on the board tonight. Although the Swans are all but safe, they will want to move onto the 40 point mark, something they can do with a point tonight.

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Brendan Rodger’s side can move up to eleventh with a win tonight. With games against Blackburn, Wolves and Wigan still to come they will be hoping they can finish the season strongly.

Danny Graham and Scott Sinclair were both dropped to the bench against Newcastle, although the Swans two leading scorers are both expected to make a return the starting eleven tonight.

The two sides drew 1-1 at the Liberty Stadium earlier in the season. QPR are a much changed side since then though with a lot of new faces coming in during January.

It is arguably a bigger game for Mark Hughes’ side but Swansea will be no pushovers and will also want to claim all three points. Kick-off from Loftus Road is 7.45pm.