QPR will be determined to use their late comeback against Brentford as a catalyst to ending their torrid away form when they travel to Deepdale this weekend.
The Hoops winless run away from home now stands at 16 games, and they'll be hoping that a trip to mid-table Preston North End will be the ideal fixture to knock that chip off their shoulder.
But how will QPR line up against the Lilywhites? We take a look at Ollie's options.
Ian Holloway will be without his main creative force Luke Freeman for the trip to Deepdale.
The midfielder faces a one-match ban for picking up his fifth yellow card of the season on Monday night, meaning Ollie will be forced into making changes.
He is also set to be without long-term absentees Nedum Onuoha, Grant Hall, James Perch, Joel Lynch and Darnell Furlong.
I'd expect Ollie to make a few changes to freshen things up for the trip to Deepdale.
With Freeman missing out, I'd like to see Ryan Manning get a chance in the middle of the park after encouraging in the performances he's made so far this term.
I'd also like to see Matt Smith given a chance to impress after his heroics against Brentford.
A clash with a physical Preston side could be the perfect opportunity for him to stake a claim for starting spot, especially after taking himself to the top of the club's goalscoring charts on Monday.
Elsewhere, the team could use a little more quality in the wide areas, and so I'd predict that Pawel Wszolek and David Wheeler may also be brought in to the midfield.
Predicted XI (4-5-1): Smithies, Cousins, Baptiste, Robinson, Bidwell, Wszolek, Luongo, Scowen, Manning, Wheeler, Smith.
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