On Tuesday evening at 19:00, Rangers host Wycombe Wanderers, looking for back-to-back wins again, following three points at Ashton Gate on the weekend.
The visitors are currently sat rock-bottom of the Championship, having lost their last three league games, and will be looking for any chance to nick a goal at the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium, just as they did in their most recent win against promotion-hunting Reading.
Wanderers have already taken a point from QPR this season, thanks to a late Anis Mehmeti equaliser at Adams Park in December. Gareth Ainsworth's side have only won twice on the road this year and will have their work cut out against the R's.
Geoff Cameron missed the win against Bristol City for QPR, and remains a doubt for Wednesday evening.
The hosts will be without long-term absentee Luke Amos, who is still recovering from an injury picked up in October, whilst Tom Carroll is also still unavailable.
Jordan Obita is nursing a muscle injury and is likely to miss the next couple of games for Wycombe.
QPR: Dieng; Dickie, de Wijs, Barbet, Kane, Ball, Johansen, Wallace, Chair, Willock, Austin
Wycombe: Stockdale; Grimmer, Tafazolli, Stewart, Jacobson, Wheeler, Knight, Mehmeti, McCleary, Ikpeazu, Onyedinma
Ones to watch
Charlie Austin has settled right back in at QPR; from debut goal to derby winner, the 31-year-old has become a key figure under Mark Warburton. The forward has scored twice in his last three appearances and will be keen to add to his tally against Wycombe on Wednesday.
Ainsworth's men have conceded more goals than any other side in the division and Austin will be hoping to pile on the misery for the visitors. The former Southampton striker has netted five times in 11 eleven games since his arrival in January and is already the club's second top scorer.
Joe Jacobson was monumental in Wycombe's incredible promotion from League One last season, but it always comes as a surprise to see a full-back as a club's biggest attacking threat.
Jacobson is Wanderer's highest contributor going forward, with a combined eight goals and assists over the course of the season. The 34-year-old is currently playing at the highest level in his career, but certainly does not look out of place.
Wycombe will likely be looking to capitalise on set-piece situations in the capital; the full-back is known to be a dead ball specialist and could provide QPR with serious problems unless they are careful on Wednesday evening.
Earlier this season, Jacobson provided the assist for Mehmeti as Wycombe grabbed an 88th minute equaliser in the reverse fixture, which ended 1-1 at Adams Park.
Wycombe last beat QPR at the start of the 2002/03 season in a 4-1 home win.
How to watch
The match is available to watch on iFollow through Queens Park Rangers or Wycombe's respective club websites/apps, with match passes available at £10 for those across the United Kingdom.
The game will also be available to watch live for Sky Sports subscribers, with kick off at 19:00 GMT.