QPR face a tough test this evening as they take on London rivals Millwall at Loftus Road.
But what do we know about the Lions? We caught up with Richard Cawley from the South London Press to get the lowdown on tonight's challengers.
What to expect from Millwall
Millwall's success over recent seasons has been the intensity of their play - an aggressive press and the physical test they provide opposition.
When they get it right then it really does make them a tough proposition. They were very direct last season but I'd say they have refined their approach since being in the Championship, some of the football they have played has been slick. No doubt though that they don't worry about the possession or pass stats - being more happy to move the ball as quickly as possible to the opposition's goal.
Overview of transfer business
Bulk of their activity was done before a ball was kicked competitively. Conor McLaughlin has impressed at right-back - a free transfer from Fleetwood Town who is an assured and steady influence. George Saville has upgraded the Lions midfield and already chipped in with a couple of goals. Jed Wallace supplies energy and workrate on the wing. There is no doubt that the Lions have strengthened their options right across the park.
Results so far this season
I think you've got to park the results factor to some degree because up until Saturday's 1-0 loss against Wolves they had been unlucky in a lot of their games. Played really well at Forest on the opening night but lost to a great strike. And they dominated against Bolton only for a beauty of a Filipe Morais free-kick to deny them at The Den. There has been a consistency to their displays which bodes well.
Shaun Hutchinson would be my pick as their best player so far, really has stepped back into the Championship in some style. Aside from a 4-3 home reverse to Ipswich Town, the backline has looked decent - aided by the fact that Neil Harris has kept changes to a minimum.
Millwall play 4-4-2.
Aiden O'Brien is suspended and Tom Elliott - who picked up an unspecified knock in training on Friday - is expected to miss out.
Predicted XI: Archer, McLaughlin, Hutchinson, Webster, Meredith, Wallace, Saville, Williams, Ferguson, Morison, Gregory.
2-1 Millwall. The Lions will be pumped up as they face former boss Ian Holloway and coupled with the reverse at Wolves, I'm expecting a response.