The season has been a bit of a mixed bag for QPR so far this term.
After a promising start to the season, a poor September and October brought the Hoops back down to earth with a bump, with the team simply chugging along ever since.
The explanation is relatively simple; and all you have to do is look at the club's away form.
QPR are without a win in 15 matches away from Loftus Road, a run which stretches back to February last year.
There's a number of factors as to why the club's home and away form differs so much, so we've taken a look at this season's statistics, which have been provided by sports statistic website Squawka.com.
As well as the obvious differences in goals scored vs goals conceded, QPR boast an improved accuracy in their shooting at Loftus Road, with 6% more of their shots being on target.
This is in addition to marginally better possession and passing accuracy statistics.
With so many similar statistics, what is the ingredient that's missing for QPR?
Well, you simply need to look at the notable difference in chances created.
QPR have created 93 chances at home so far this term, a stark contrast to the 68 created away from home.
Luke Freeman is the club's biggest threat in terms of chances created, making 40 chances to far this term for his team-mates.
This is followed by Conor Washington (20), Jake Bidwell (19), Massimo Luongo (19) and Pawel Wszolek (16).
While Freeman and Washington's ability to create chances away from home is identical to at Loftus Road (20 and 10 chances respectively), the other players have struggled to maintain the same level of creativity, with Wszolek (7), Bidwell (6) and Massimo Luongo (4) creating significantly fewer goal-scoring opportunities on the road.
Whether Ian Holloway's set-up away from home is stifling the creativity of these players remains to be seen, but it's certainly an eye-opening statistic as to why QPR have struggled to secure victories away from west London.
QPR season stats in full
Home - 13
Away - 7
Home - 9
Away - 15
Home - 47%
Away - 41%
Home - 93
Away - 68
Home - 52%
Away - 50%
Average pass accuracy
Home - 71%
Away - 68%
Average duals won
Home - 46%
Away - 51%
Average defensive actions
Home - 41
Away - 42
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