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The Hoops are still unbeaten and sit fifth in the table, meanwhile, the Sky Blues are a point better off in fourth place.
Mark Warburton's Rangers have scored six goals in their last two matches and are coming into this game full of confidence, but will Coventry be able to cause an upset?
Ahead of the game, our tipster Robert Mann takes a look at some of the best bets from Queens Park Rangers vs Coventry City to get your teeth stuck into.
Queens Park Rangers are 6/5 to win, with Coventry City priced at 9/4 to come away with the victory. A draw is priced at 23/10.
Prediction: 3-1 (16/1)
Half-Time/Full-Time: Queens Park Rangers/Queens Park Rangers (11/4)
Warburton's men are in hot form and a win on Saturday afternoon will see QPR extend their unbeaten run in all competitions to 11 games.
We're backing the Super Hoops to lead from the first to last whistle against a Coventry side that have already been beaten twice so far this season.
First Goalscorer: Charlie Austin (9/2)
The west London side have scored an average of 2.5 goals per game across their last ten in all competitions - and we're backing Austin to keep adding to that impressive tally by drawing first blood on Saturday afternoon.
Match Result and Both Teams To Score: QPR and Yes (7/2)
As it stands, QPR are the most potent attacking force in the league, however, they have managed to keep only one clean sheet in the league so far this season.
Despite only finishing in ninth place last campaign, Rangers have been tipped for promotion this season and should go into Saturday's game with overwhelming confidence, especially with a rowdy crowd behind them.
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Defensive stalwart Jordy de Wijs suffered an ankle injury against Barnsley last weekend, making him a doubt for Saturday's game, with Jimmy Dunne in line to take his place in the heart of defence.
Warbuton rested Austin, Stefan Johansen and Yoann Barbet in the midweek's cup win over Oxford, but they are are likely to come back into the side.
Matty Godden made a dream return from injury by netting the late winner against the Royals as a substitute, but he is likely to start on the bench again as he builds his fitness up.
Jamie Allen, who also got on the scoresheet last weekend, could also earn a recall to the starting line-up in place of Martyn Waghorn.
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