Harry Redknapp says he will not be wasting any energy on thinking too much about who would be better to face in the play-offs.
QPR look set for a two-legged clash with Uwe Rosler's Wigan Athletic, but Reading could yet be their opponents. The away leg on Friday is followed by the return at Loftus Road next Monday.
“No I don't have a preference,” said the Rangers boss. “Whoever you've got to play, you've got to play.
“It could quite easily be Reading if they beat Burnley and Wigan don't win at Blackburn, so we'll just wait and see.
“We lost and drew with Reading and we won and drew with Wigan, but it makes no difference. I think whichever four teams are there will all evenly matched in all honesty.
“Derby are a good side – Reading, Wigan. There's nothing in t really. Even if Brighton get in there, they'll be dangerous.”