After delivering yet another winning selection from his featured column on Saturday, SlipsTips is back with a Bet Builder for QPR's clash with Stoke in the English Championship on Sunday.
QPR vs Stoke (Sunday, 14:30)
QPR will be looking to secure a fourth league win on the spin when they welcome Stoke City to Loftus Road on Sunday afternoon.
Such an upturn in form has seen the Hoops take hold of a playoff spot, while seventh-placed Stoke will be looking to get their top-six push back on track following a pair of back-to-back defeats.
The hosts are worthy favourites here but I'm going to swerve the match result market and instead back each team to hit 3+ corners and each team to receive 10+ booking points at 4/5 with SkyBet.
QPR, who boast one of the league's strongest attacking records, are averaging 5.0 corners per-game this season, a figure that rises to 5.7 when operating at their West London base.
Stoke, meanwhile, have also been strong corner performers thus far, with Michael O'Neill's side averaging 5.5 flagkicks per 90, a tally that increases to 5.9 when the Potters are playing away from home.
Given that Mark Warburton's QPR tenure to date has been one filled with plenty of open games, three corners each doesn't look like too much to ask of either team and throwing in 10+ booking points apiece looks like a nice way to boost the price.
The R's are averaging a shade under two yellow cards per-game this season, with the capital club seeing at least one caution in all but one of their last 19 league games.
Visitors Stoke, on the other hand, are the most ill-disciplined side in the division, averaging a lofty 2.4 yellow cards per outing, totting up 30+ booking points in each of their last six second-tier tussles.
What's more, referee Tony Harrington has been one of the more card-happy operators in the Championship this season, averaging north of four yellows per game and awarding both teams a card in each of his seven outings so far.
With that in mind, as well as the fact the above-mentioned combination has clicked in each of the Hoops' last three home matches, I'm more than happy to support the same 4/5 (SkyBet) formula at Loftus Road on Sunday.
- Each team 3+ Corners
- Each team 10+ Booking Points
- 4/5 (SkyBet)