Mid-week English football brings QPR to Rotherham on a cold Tuesday night in Yorkshire.
Possibly going against popular opinion but a lot of factors do favour Rotherham here. The South Yorkshire side have an excellent home record and have suffered defeat only twice since November 2017. Last season they were in League One but even this season the Millers have faced some tough opposition and have avoided defeat against Derby, Sheffield United, Bristol City, Stoke City & Swansea. They have purely been let down by their away form this season.
They also come into this match after a morale boosting 2-2 draw with Sheffield United thanks to a late equalizer. QPR also drew 2-2 on the road against Stoke. This will be Rangers’ 2nd away game in the space of a few days and it remains to be seen how many will travel up to Yorkshire to support their side mid-week.
Rotherham will miss top scorer Ryan Manning as he is a QPR player but his 4 goals have all been penalties so maybe they won’t miss him from a goal scoring point of view.