QPR captain Nedum Onuoha is looking to give the home fans another Loftus Road memory as they prepare to face Ipswich Town.
The former Manchester City defender is set to make his 200th Hoops appearance against the Tractor Boys, and Onuoha is expecting Ipswich's attack to make his day a difficult one.
Speaking to Get West London, He said: "It's always a tough test against a Mick McCarthy side, wherever he is in the country so it's going to be a tough one. They've got a lot of very good attackers and very strong defenders who are very experienced in this league so it's going to be difficult but it's something to be expected."
As well as his own personal landmark, the game will celebrate 100 years of QPR playing at Loftus Road, and Onuoha says it's set to be quite a day.
He said: "I think it'll be a massive occasion. I think you'll see all the die-hard fans come out to the game, and hopefully we can give them another memory to go with this history the ground has. I've had quite a few moments across the five-and-a-half years I've been there, so it's a great stadium and i've had some great times there."