up to $2,000 risk free bets!T&Cs Apply, +18
Must be 21+, playing within the state of Virginia. Gambling Problem? Call 1-888-532-3500. Not Valid with any other offer. Eligible clients are entitled to a maximum two (2) refunds. One (1) refund for first Fixed odds wager should it lose and one (1) refund for your first PointsBetting Wager should it lose. No refunds are payable for winning, void or wagers resulted as a push.
risk-free first bet up to $1000!T&Cs Apply, +18
To claim this Sports Promotion, you must deposit a minimum of $10 in to your account and place, as your first real money bet after opening your account, any sports wager. Only the first $1,000 of the first wager are eligible for this promotion.A bet will not be considered a Qualifying Bet for the purposes of this Sports Promotion if for any reason it becomes Void. On placing your Qualifying Bet, if your bet loses, you’ll become eligible to risk-free, free bets back up to $1,000. Maximum eligible free bet back (upon loss of first sports bet) for this wager is $1,000. Must be 21+, playing within the state of Virginia. Gambling Problem? Call 1-888-532-3500
get a deposit bonus up to $1,000T&Cs Apply, +18
A customer's first deposit (min. $5) qualifies the user to receive up to $1,000 in bonus funds in the form of site credits that can only be used on DraftKings. Bonus amount is equal to 20% of that deposit amount, not to exceed $1,000 (the customer must deposit $5,000 to be eligible to receive the maximum possible bonus amount of $1,000). Bonus funds will be awarded to the user according to the following play-through requirement: for every $25 played on DraftKings in DFS/Sportsbook/Casino, the user will receive $1 in bonus funds released into their customer account (e.g., a $5,000 deposit requires a customer to play through a cumulative total of $25,000 in daily fantasy contests, sportsbook (-300 odds or longer), casino products, or any combination thereof to receive the maximum possible bonus amount of $1,000). Must be 21+, playing within the state of Virginia. Gambling Problem? Call 1-888-532-3500
Snatching a last-gasp winner away at Coventry over the weekend, QPR will simply be looking to extend on their stellar purple patch when they return to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium on Tuesday night.
Continuing to impress all those across the Championship since opening the 2021/22 campaign, the Hoops should be smelling another golden chance in west London here.
While Swansea might have managed to land a much-needed 1-0 victory against Preston on home soil last time out, the Whites still find themselves firmly battling it out in the bottom-half of the Championship table.
Kindly note that all information in this preview, including whether or not the event will take place, is subject to change due to Covid-19.
Although Tuesday's hosts might rightfully open as a standout pick with the bookmakers, QPR vs Swansea does tend to produce a low-scoring affair.
With Mark Warburton's men claiming a late 1-0 win when they made the trip to the Liberty last season, it's worth highlighting that each of QPR and Swansea's last three showdowns have finished with under 2.5 goals.
Likewise, with the Hoops seeing each of their last seven Championship contests in the capital also finish with under 2.5 goals, a similar outcome at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium can be found priced at 8/11.
While QPR might have just missed out on clinching a play-off spot last season, the Hoops now find themselves sat in pole position to claim a top-six finish this time around.
Only continuing to impress under Mark Warburton since opening the New Year, the mood around the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium remains at a red-hot high.
Snatching a 2-1 win away at Coventry last time out, Tuesday's hosts find themselves sat fourth in the Championship table and just two points adrift of finding a shock route into the top-two.
Opening 2022 with victories against Birmingham and fellow promotion hopefuls West Brom, QPR are in fact enjoying a five-match winning run across all competitions.
Extending on their FA Cup adventure with an extra-time victory against Rotherham earlier in the month, the Hoops will also be boosted by their continued success on home soil.
Mustering 24 points at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium throughout the 2021/22 campaign, that is the sixth-highest return of any Championship outfit so far this season.
In terms of their injury updates, aside from youngster Sam McCallum who is dealing with a long-term hamstring issue, Mark Warburton's men have been given a clean bill of health.
Just about managing to hold onto a 1-0 win at home against Preston over the weekend, Swansea boss Russell Martin has made it clear he is calling on his side to find some stability.
Eventually suffering a 2-0 defeat at Wembley last summer in the play-off final against Brentford, the Whites have really failed to match a similar level this time around.
Spending the majority of this season hoping not to get dragged into a relegation scrap, the former MK Dons boss has seen his side fail to land back-to-back victories since the end of October.
Somewhat sat in Championship limbo, Tuesday's guests have also shown some extended issues away from the Liberty this season.
Including a thumping 4-0 loss away at promotion hopefuls Bournemouth, it should be noted that Swansea hold the fifth-worst away record of any Championship outfit throughout the 2021/22 campaign.
While Martin's men might know that they face a stern test in west London here, they have reported a clean bill of health ahead of their trip to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Spearheaded by leading marksman Joel Piroe, Martin should name the same line-up that landed that 1-0 win against Preston over the weekend.
While QPR vs Swansea might have proven to be a hugely profitable meeting for the Swans when Tuesday's opponents faced off on Premier League action between 2015 and 2018, it is Mark Warburton's side who hold the recent advantage.
In fact, including that 1-0 win when they made the trip to the Liberty last season, QPR have lost just one of their last five matchups against last year's play-off finalists.
While QPR might have dealt with some public problems behind the scenes over the past decade, that does not appear to have dampened the mood in west London.
With Loftus Road renamed to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium back in 2019, the Hoops do have a reputation for creating quite the hostile atmosphere on home soil.
In terms of COVID-19 protocol in England, Vaccine Passports will be a requirement of entry and these regulations are set to be in place until the end of January at least.
Showing their resolve away at Coventry over the weekend and storming their way to a five-match winning run, QPR will simply be looking to strengthen their spot in the play-off places here.
On the flip side, while Swansea might have found a January boost against Preston on Saturday, Russell Martin's men will be more than aware that they face a tough task on the road.
Holding the fifth-worst away record in the Championship, it is hard to argue that QPR shouldn't open Tuesday's meeting as a standout pick with the bookmakers.