Its QPR v Aston Villa with the latest betting and live stream news, as the odds suggest there is little to seperate these two sides tonight.
Two struggling sides meet at Loftus Road on Monday evening, as rock bottom Queens Park Rangers host Aston Villa.
Queens Park Rangers can count themselves unlucky to have lost at home to Liverpool, despite dominating the match for long periods.
Eduardo Vargas twice equalised for Rangers in an amazing match, however Steven Caulker’s own goal in the last minute cost Harry Redknapp’s men.
Aston Villa lost for a fourth consecutive league match without conceding, going down to a 3-0 defeat away to Everton.
Phil Jagielka opened the scoring, before Romelu Lukaku made it 2-0 early in the second half.
Three of the four most recent meetings have finished all square between the two sides, including both at Loftus Road.
Aston Villa beat QPR 3-2 in their last clash, which started an awful run for the visitors and ultimately saw them relegated to the Championship.
Under pressure Redknapp has hinted that Bobby Zamora may partner last week’s two goal hero Vargas up front against Aston Villa.
Rio Ferdinand missed the Liverpool defeat and the former Manchester United defender is likely to be left out again.
Mauricio Isla was also left out last weekend, with Nedum Onouha preferred, whilst Armand Traore likely to start from left-back.
Ron Vlaar is fit again and will captain Aston Villa for the trip to QPR and will partner Nathan Baker in defence.
Carlos Sanchez will deputise for the injured Fabian Delph, who won’t feature for Villa until early 2015.
Christian Benteke has returned to full fitness and will lead the line with Gabriel Agbonlahor and Charles N’Zogbia to support the Belgian.
QPR: McCarthy; Onouha, Caulker, Dunne, Traore; Hoillet, Sandro, Fer, Krancjar; Zamora, Vargas
Aston Villa: Guzan; Hutton, Vlaar, Baker, Cissokho; Westwood, Cleverley, Sanchez; N’Zogbia, Benteke, Agbonlahor