As QPR fans eagerly await the release of the 2017-18 fixture list, we decided to take a look back to last august and the Hoops' comfortable 3-0 victory over Leeds United at Loftus Road.
The match was Garry Monk's first game in charge in West Yorkshire, and safe to say it was a day he would be be keen to forget.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink's QPR took an early lead as Nedum Onuoha scrambled home from a Tjaronn Chery corner to get the season off to a flying start.
The afternoon got better as Chery slotted home from the penalty spot to double the R's lead just before the break, before Sebastien Polter added a third in the closing minutes of the game to cap off a comfortable win in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
It was an afternoon which showcased real optimism in the Loftus Road stands, and ensured the opening week got off to the best possible start, before being followed up by a penalty shootout victory over Swindon Town in the EFL CUp, and a 2-0 victory voer Cardiff City in the Welsh capital.
On paper, a match against a rejuvenated Leeds United was far from ideal, but the Hoops managed to show what they were capable of on their day, something which didn't happen as often as many would have liked last season.
However Ian Holloway will be looking for a similar display this time round, as he looks to get some early points on the board to propel his side into the higher reaches of the table.