Can QPR reverse their poor away form against Stoke to climb out of the relegation zone? Opta provides the vital statistics.
"Stoke have come out of the blocks well this season, scoring seven goals in that period giving them a league high 30% of goals in the opening 15 minutes."
Stoke have only won four out of 10 Barclays Premier League games at the Britannia this season, netting just 12 goals on home soil. (W4 D2 L4). The draw is priced at 3/14.0.
Niko Kranjcar has scored three goals in five Barclays Premier League games against Stoke including in both of his visits to the Britannia Stadium. Kranjcar is likely to be priced at around 7/18.0 to find the net.
Queens Park Rangers have become the first team to lose their first 10 away games of a top-flight season since Sunderland in 1964/65. Stoke are 4/61.68 to win.
QPR are the only team in the top flight not to score a goal in the opening 15 minutes of a match this season. The odds of the score being 0-0 at half-time are 9/52.82.
Stoke on the other hand have come out of the blocks well this season, scoring seven goals in that period giving them a league high 30% of goals in the opening 15 minutes. They are 11/82.36 to be winning by half-time.
No player has been involved in more Stoke goals than Jon Walters this season (7, four goals, three assists). Walters is likely to be priced at around 9/43.3 to score.
The Londoners have allowed their opponents more shots on target than any other team in the Premier League (125). Over 2.5 goals is 6/52.16.
There have been more own goals in QPR games than in those of any other team in the top flight this season (7 - four conceded, three in their favour). Both teams to score is 11/102.1.
Stoke have won five of the 16 Premier League games Bojan has played. He has scored in four of those victories and none of the matches they didn't win. With Bojan out QPR are 9/25.5 to keep a clean sheet.
Joey Barton has been booked in each of his last four Premier League games. Barton should be priced at around 6/52.2 to be shown a card.