The international break came at a good time for QPR following their heavy defeat against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground.
No doubt, Ian Holloway will have been doing everything in his power to ensure his team regroup sufficiently for the difficult test that awaits, with Aston Villa set to arrive at Loftus Road on Saturday.
But who should Ollie select to get back to winning ways? I pick my starting XI for the clash in W12.
My QPR XI (5-3-2)
There's no debate here. Alex Smithies is one of the best goalkeepers in the Championship, and will be crucial to picking up a result.
The Poland international suffered a drop in form in recent weeks, allowing Jordan Cousins to come into contention at right wing-back.
Wszolek's quality going forward is undoubted, and I think he deserves a chance to stake his claim for a position in Ollie's XI.
Baptiste suffered a nightmare performance against Forest before the international break, a display which has not been consistent with his solid displays since arriving at the club.
One bad day at the office doesn't define a player, and he deserves a chance to show what he can do again.
A classic old school defender, who is deserving of his place in the starting XI.
Lynch possesses a no-nonsense style, and looks a lot more comfortable in the middle of three central defenders, meaning he's covered and less likely to be beaten for pace.
Similarly to Baptiste, Robinson had an uncharacteristically shaky afternoon at the City Ground.
He has however been something of a surprise package this term, and deserves the chance to retain his place.
The former Brentford man has been a first team regular this term after putting in a series of consistent performances.
He's shown his versatility in recent weeks, and should be utilised at left wing-back this week.
The former Barnsley man was unusually overwhelmed against Forest before the break, but we've seen exactly what he's capable of since the start of the season.
Scowen has been fantastic this term as the deepest part of the midfield, particularly at Loftus Road, and hopefully he can perform like his usual self once again.
A no-brainer. Luongo has been QPR's best player so far this term after being the Hoops most consistent performer.
The only question mark is around match sharpness after his international exploits with Australia, but if he's fit he certainly needs to start.
A potential match-winner, but Freeman has been somewhat subdued over the last few weeks.
He does, however, offer something that no-one else in the QPR squad does, and is still a nailed-on starter for Ollie's side.
The striker endured a disappointing trip away with Northern Ireland, but his focus must now be on hitting the goal-trail at Loftus Road.
Washington is an excellent part of Ollie's system, working tirelessly and forcing errors out of the opposition defence; all that's missing is a consistent run of goalscoring form.
Goals have been at a premium in recent weeks, and while other players may offer more to the system, his ability to pop up with a goal is crucial.
Sylla has been a consistent goalscorer over the past month or so and therefore deserves his chance to keep firing.