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Aston Villa play host to QPR today on January first of the new year as the Villa aims to boost their Spot and keep their Playoffs spirit Up strong.
The visitors, QPR will also aim to overcome the host Aston Villa and claim all the good points with a stunning Victory.
Interestingly, The two sides have outside hopes of climbing into the top six, but they’ve spent the season outside of the top spots.
The visitors, QPR will be without Massimo Luongo because of international duty. The midfielder could miss up to seven matches because of his involvement for Australia in the Asian Cup.
Can either side respond to mixed weekend results with three points that will kick-start their promotion hopes?
The side who had played out a high scoring draw at Villa Park early in Dean Smith’s reign were a thorn in his side again.
They were unable to take more than a point back from Deepdale, which has widened the gap between Villa and the top six to five points.
They left two points behind them in that poor result, which has also seen them drift away from sixth.
While QPR should still be pleased with how they elevated themselves out of the bottom three and into the promotion picture, they still have ambitions of kicking on in the second half of the season.
These two sides are fairly evenly matched, with only a point between them in the table. We expect Villa to push on in front of their home support, given how attacking they’ve been at Villa Park under Dean Smith.
In seven games under the new boss, they’ve scored 19 times at home.
Their only issue that in their last four games here, they’ve scored 13 times, winning just once. They’ve shipped 12 goals in that time, form which should continue here.
Geoff Cameron (ankle), Angel Rangel (thigh) and Tomer Hemed (groin) are out. Hemed has had a hernia operation and will be unavailable for several weeks.
And obviously, Both teams have managed to hang in and around the race without ever threatening to break out in front, but there’s still plenty of time for either to move into the play-offs.
QPR however, drew at home to Reading at the weekend, which seems like a huge missed opportunity
According to records, the host, Aston Villa had certainly enjoyed a goal-packed Christmas, which continued with Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Preston.