QPR v Wolves Odds: Cisse value to score first

Ladbrokes (£50 Free Bets) Latest Betting Odds: QPR 10/11, draw 5/2, Wolves 10/3

Fresh from a busy transfer deadline day, Queens Park Rangers will be hoping for a crucial home victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers this weekend as Bet365 make Rangers 10/11 to take all three points in this potential relegation six pointer.

QPR boss Mark Hughes – who succeeded Neil Warnock last month – has certainly been backed financially by the club’s owners, with Djibril Cisse and Bobby Zamora amongst the players brought in.

French striker Cisse got off to the best possible start to his QPR career on Wednesday evening as he scored the first goal of a 2-2 draw at Aston Villa.

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Rangers did throw away a two goal lead in this contest, but it was still a valuable away point and they will hope to take this into Saturday’s home clash with Wolves.

Hughes’ main aim for the season is still Premier League survival of course – they sit three points above the drop zone at the moment – and this makes Saturday’s game with 19th placed Wolves a very significant one.

As for Mick McCarthy’s men, well they are in a barren run of form right now. They haven’t won since the 4th December and there is no doubt that the fans are starting to turn on their manager.

Since there was a ‘Mac Out’ banner and various chants about his future during Tuesday’s 3-0 defeat to Liverpool, McCarthy has said he understands the fans frustrations and will do everything he can to put things right.

If this starts with a victory at QPR this weekend, then it is onwards and upwards for Wolves. It is a tough trip for them though and there won’t be too many expecting the Midlands club to end their winless streak.

Looking at the team news for Saturday’s fixture, QPR could hand a debut to Bobby Zamora alongside Cisse, while Wolves could freshen things up a bit with a first appearance for defender Sebastian Bassong among a host of possible changes.

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