QPR's pre-season plans appear to be largely in place after the club announced their final friendly of the close-season against AFC Bournemouth on July 29 (3pm).
The fixture, which is to honour club legend Stan Bowles, caps off a summer which looks to be crucial for Ian Holloway and his squad as they look to get off to a strong start in the Championship season, which will get underway on the weekend of August 6.
Holloway's preparations get underway with an early return to the grind, as they jet off to the Algarve in Portugal on June 23 for a week of behind-closed-doors fitness training.
Although training in the Mediterranean sounds glamourous, it's likely to be anything but as they take a "typical Holloway pre-season" consisting bleep tests, running through the mountains and shaking off the summer cobwebs.
No fixtures have been announced for this week, but they may choose to incorporate one or two behind-closed-doors friendlies for the benefit of working on match fitness.
The next arranged friendly sees QPR travel to the London Road Stadium to take on League One side Peterborough United.
As it stands this is the club's first friendly of the campaign but it's likely that a friendly will be arranged for the weekend of July 7.
The following week sees the Hoops travel to Germany for two matches in two days over the weekend of July 22-23.
July 22 sees the R's take on FC Union Berlin, a friendly arranged as part of the transfer of Sebastien Polter, which takes place at the Stadion An der Alten Forsterei in Berlin.
Holloway will then field a completely different elevent as his side take on Lokomotive Leipzig on July 23 at the Bruno-Plache Stadion, Leipzig.
This will tee the squad up for their final preparations as they host the Cherries at Loftus Road at the end of July, to commemorate one the of the greatest players in the club's history, and make their final preparations ahead of what will be another hard season in the Championship.