GetWestLondon was asked to sum up Rangers season and the rest for Wanderers matchday programme.
If you're not going to the Macron Stadium, here's what we had to say in a Q&A about a QPR side hoping to bounce back from Saturday's damp squib against Fulham.
After a solitary campaign back in the Premier League, how would you say QPR have coped with the readjustment back to life in England’s second tier?
Not well, if you listen to fans. There were hopes of a yo-yo back to the Promised Land at the beginning of the season are retaining some of the Premier League players from last term.
A mixture of bad luck, injury and the unknown has conspired to make the club have a second go at a new-look Hoops - one that cuts costs, is pragmatic and looking to the future.
Sitting comfortably in mid-table at present, what is your prediction for the remainder of the campaign?
Mid table. Rangers are currently a side with a solid defence but not too many outlets in attack. They along with four other sides have become something of the division's draw specialists.
It seems safe to say that there has been a fair turnover in terms of playing personnel since the club’s return to the Championship, most notably with the departure of Charlie Austin. How much of a part has that played with happenings on the pitch?
Not as much as you may think. Austin was injured for the last part of his stay, and the departed didn't do it for the club when it mattered in the Premier League.
Results haven' been Championship winning, but there seems a more solid look about the side now - maybe even more team spirit.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has now been in the hotseat at Loftus Road for just over two months. How has he settled into the role and has he fulfilled expectations?
He could have done with a few more wins. But players are wowed by him, and surprisingly for a former striker, he has stiffened up defence. Fans are generally pleased with him and things bode well.
Who do you think Wanderers should be keeping an eye on this afternoon?
Conor Washington will do for starters. He looks to be a very promising acquisition from Peterborough in the transfer window.
It was certainly a game to remember in the reverse fixture back in October with QPR coming out on the right side of a seven goal thriller. What kind of an encounter are you expecting today?
Seven again would be terrific (see video above for reminder) at a time when the cost of tickets is big news. That's the sort of value you would want on a cold February day - but I think you will get better odds on a close game.
And finally, a score prediction?
0-0! It has to be after the Loftus Road goalfest.