QPR manager Mark Warburton will be looking for a huge response from his Rangers side when they host Cardiff City in West London tomorrow.
Rangers haven’t tasted victory since the opening day of the campaign, and were thrashed by Barnsley in midweek, which saw their winless Championship sequence extended to seven matches.
Perhaps more concerning, it’s been exactly six hours since the R’s found the net – with Macauley Bonne’s 95th-minute equaliser at Sheffield Wednesday at the beginning of the month the last time Warburton’s men celebrated a goal.
Meanwhile, Cardiff might be just three points ahead of QPR, but Neil Harris’ side are on a five-match unbeaten run and doesn’t lose often under the former Millwall boss.
And Harris will be desperate to set the records straight after suffering the worst defeat of his managerial career on his last visit here – a 6-1 defeat back on New Year’s Day.
That loss was Cardiff’s fourth in their previous five trips to QPR – their most recent win coming more than 10 years ago.
But what does Sky Sports pundit David Prutton think? He has predicted an entertaining 2-2 draw at Loftus Road.