Latest QPR v Liverpool odds with the latest betting, team news and live streaming schedule from Loftus Road, as Liverpool look a cracking bet to win at 7/2.
Liverpool travel to the Premier League’s bottom side Queens Park Rangers in Sunday’s clash.
The pressure is on QPR manager Harry Redknapp, after the club lost five of their first seven league games this term.
Before the international break QPR put in a woeful display away to West Ham, losing 2-0 at Upton Park.
Diafra Sakho continued his run of scoring in every Premier League game he started with the all important second goal.
Liverpool beat West Brom 2-1 at Anfield to bring an end to a run of three league matches without a victory.
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Adam Lallana gave Liverpool the lead with his first goal since moving from Southampton, however Saido Berahino levelled with a controversial penalty.
With Liverpool looking set to be frustrated again, Jordan Henderson scored the winner, smashing home from the edge of the box.
Only a victory will give QPR a chance to move out of the bottom three, whilst Liverpool could go into the top four this weekend.
Last time the pair meet at Loftus Road, Liverpool won 3-0, with all the goals scored in a dominant first half display.
Joey Barton looks set to return to the QPR midfield, having missed the last two matches through injury.
QPR could return to a diamond formation, with Eduardo Vargas partnering Charlie Austin up front for Rangers.
Daniel Sturridge looks set to start for the first time since a 3-0 win away to Tottenham back in August.
Sturridge could line up alongside Mario Balotelli, unless Brendan Rodgers opts to leave the Italian on the bench again.
Raheem Sterling was a substitute for England’s match in Estonia, however expect him to feature against his former employers.
QPR: Green; Isla, Caulker, Ferdinand, Traore; Barton, Sandro, Fer; Kranjcar; Austin, Vargas
Liverpool: Mignolet; Manquilo, Skrtel, Lovren, Moreno; Henderson, Gerrard, Lallana; Sterling; Balotelli, Sturridge