Brentford beat Rangers 1-0 thanks to a solitary goal from Marco Djuricin on 56 minutes back in October - but that was then and this is now.
Since that Friday evening defeat both clubs have changed managers.
Indeed, all of west London has removed the men in charge that started the season.
What were the odds of that happening in August? Did you have a bet? Let us know - and in which pub you’ll be buying us all a drink?
QPR against Brentford at Griffin Park
The team on October 30: Green, Onuoha, Hall, Hill (Perch 74), Konchesky, Henry, Tözsér, Phillips, Luongo (Hoilett, 67), Chery (Austin 63), Emmanuel-Thomas; unused subs: Doughty, Faurlin, Smithies, Polter
Rob Green will play no more for QPR as his contract is allowed to run down: replaced by Alex Smithies.
Charlie Austin sold to Southampton for up to £8 million in January; Jay Emmanuel-Thomas on loan to MK Dons; Michael Doughty on loan to Swindon Town.
Conor Washington (striker) bought from Peterborough, £2 million, January, Nasser El Khayati (midfielder/winger) bought from Burton Albion, £350,000, January, Mike Ingram (keeper) bought from Wycombe (fee undisclosed), January.
Compare that team to the one that beat Derby 2-0 on Tuesday. Better or worse?
Smithies, Onuoha, Angella, Hill, Perch, Phillips, Henry, Faurlin, Hoilett (Petrasso 90+5), Chery (Mackie 76), Polter; unused subs: Washington, Konchesky, El Khayati, Tözsér, Ingram
New manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink wafts the winds of change around Loftus Road
A new cut-price Rs where players like Washington and El-Khayati get an opportunity in a higher division, and the likes of Armand Traore, Junior Holiett and Rob Green are allowed to wind down their costly Premier League contracts.
Chris Ramsey lost his job the very next game against Derby because the goalposts changed from consolidation to a tilt at an instant return to the Premier League.
It's worth noting that back on October 30, Rangers were 11th - exactly the same position today.
Brentford had leapfrogged to 10th as a result of the 1-0 win. Bees go into Saturday’s return a lowly 17th with new man Dean Smith still finding his feet.