Cardiff City have impressed so far this season but the Bluebirds could be set for their first defeat of the Championship campaign when they make the trip to Preston on Tuesday night.
Manager Neil Warnock is working wonders once again in the second tier and has led the Welsh outfit to five wins from their first six games.
But Deepdale has not been a happy hunting ground for Cardiff in recent years and the Bluebirds were on the wrong end of the 3-0 scoreline in this fixture in Lancashire last term.
With Preston looking to get over a frustrating 1-1 draw with Barnsley last time out, Alex Neil’s men are an attractive proposition at 7/4 for the win.
Meanwhile, QPR will be looking to start putting a run of results together when they host Millwall at Loftus Road.
A 2-1 win over Ipswich Town at the weekend has given Ian Holloway’s men a real confidence boost and they will be looking to add to Millwall’s woes after the Lions suffered a 1-0 defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers.
QPR are 13/10 to get the three points on home soil and will be well backed after their victory over the Tractor Boys, who enjoyed a strong start to the campaign.
In the standout fixture of Tuesday night, Aston Villa host Middlesbrough and the north east outfit boast a good record at Villa Park.
Villa have won only one of their last six home league meetings with Boro – a 2-0 victory all the way back in March 2005.
Riverside boss Garry Monk had Villa’s number last season while at Leeds United and the Teessiders are 39/20 to get the win and continue their march towards promotion this term.
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