Look for the Value at QPR; DAVID MYERS
Their 6-1 victory at Old Trafford certainly advertised Manchester City's championship credentials but for entirely different reasons, last week's 3-1 triumph over Wolves underlined them.
It's crucial during a successful title tilt to prevail when slightly below par and that was the case last weekend as Robert Mancini's men overcame the resistance of Wanderers despite a goalless first half.
Bookies however, have read little in to that unconvincing display, Paddy Power pricing City at just 1/3 to pick up another maximum haul at Loftus Road, where hosts QPR are Stan James' 10/1 outsiders and Boylesports offer 4/1 for the spoils to be shared for the fourth Rangers home game in six.
A tiring midweek Champions League assignment notwithstanding, the visitors should triumph, but on their own patch Neil Warnock's charges can make life difficult by restricting them to a victory by a one-goal margin, an outcome Partybets chalk up at 14/5. Elsewhere, Skybet's 15/2 for the league leaders to finish on Odds by www.betrescue.com the right side of a 2-1 scoreline isn't without appeal in a contest that looks a banker at 4/7 (bet365) to produce three or more goals and Ladbrokes quote 7/2 for Mancini's side to again emerge victorious after a drawn first half. …