The Whites are currently sitting in 11th place in the league table after ten games having won three of those games so far, while Rangers sit in 13th, having won the same number of matches.
However, Slavisa Jokanovic's side have only lost twice in the league, against Sheffield Wednesday and Burton, while QPR have been beaten three times.
Ahead of tomorrow night's game, we've taken a look at how the last five derbies between the two sides played out.
QPR 1-1 Fulham, January 21, 2017 - Championship
Fulham left Loftus Road in January with a point after Chris Martin atoned for his earlier penalty miss in the game, bagging a 75th minute equaliser in a fiery encounter.
Martin missed his penalty early in the game before Ryan Manning grabbed his first senior goal after he latched onto a loose Kevin McDonald backpass to slot home, giving Rangers the lead.
The Scottish forward then got his goal after he diverted in a Tom Cairney strike but tempers flared on the pitch and on the sideline, with Marc Bircham being sent to the stands after clashing with Fulham's managerial staff.
Fulham 1-2 QPR, October 1, 2016 - Championship
Sone Aluko smashed his last minute penalty against the post, while Tom Cairney also missed an earlier spot kick, as QPR left Craven Cottage with all three points early in the season.
Conor Washington put QPR in front via a deflected strike before Tim Ream drilled the hosts level, which was what their first half deserved.
Idrissa Sylla's header restored the visitor's lead before Jozabed hit the bar with a freekick, meaning that Fulham's winless run would extend to seven in all games.
How fortunes changed come the end of the season.
QPR 1-3 Fulham, February 13, 2016 - Championship
Slavisa Jokanovic recorded his first victory as the new Fulham boss when Fulham visited Loftus Road in February 2016 - the Whites' second win over their rivals that season.
Fulham were out of sight by half time, with goals from Ross McCormack, Tom Cairny and Moussa Dembele putting Fulham 3-0 up in the first 45 minutes.
Luke Garbett should've made it four before Tjaronn Chery grabbed a consolation goal, side footing the ball into the net from a Rangers corner.
The defeat left Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink with just two wins from 13 games as QPR manager.
Fulham 4-0 QPR, September 25, 2015 - Championship
Fulham thrashed QPR in the first west London derby of the season in a game to forget for the visitors as they lost Charlie Austin to injury.
Moussa Dembele got Fulham off to the perfect start just 117 seconds into the game when he nodded home, before Ben Pringle got his goal from 18-yards.
Ross McCormack scored in clinical fashion to make it 3-0 after just 31 minutes while he got his second, forcing the ball home after Gabriele Angella had turned Ryan Frederick's cross onto the bar.
It was Fulham's first clean sheet of the season.
Fulham 3-2 QPR, April 1, 2013 - Premier League
It was the side from the Cottage who came out on top the last time these two played in the Premier League, leaving QPR's hope of survival hanging by a thread.
Dimitar Berbatov capitalised on two Christopher Samba errors before an own-goal from Clint Hill saw the Whites race into a 3-0 lead, with things looking ominous for QPR.
However, Adel Taarabt scored a low strike before Loic Remy scored, atoning for his penalty miss, but QPR were unable to muster any more magic after Steve Sidwell had been sent off.
QPR were relegated come the end of the season.