I’m not really a big fan of QPR but I was following them from time to time even before they are being promoted to the Premier League this season. They lead three English League Championship teams last season with a seesaw games and eventually emerged at the stop spot followed buy Norwich and Swansea. While Swansea has to sweat it out via a play-off before being promoted.
At the start of the season, Queens Park Rangers showed a promising stint ahead of them in the Premier League. But as the season progressed they eventually succumbed to the rigors and competitiveness in the top tier and are now battling to avoid relegation. With four more games remaining to play, they cannot afford to slip up. At the moment they are in 17th position which is just several points above from the bottom three. And depending on the result of the games on Saturday, it will eventually complicate the standings of the bottom five.
On the other hand, QPR is also facing tougher games in the coming days starting on Saturday at home against Tottenham then travel to the revitalized Chelsea on 29 April. And end the season with a game against number two Manchester City but even before that match I’m sure their fate of being relegated or not could be known already. A win at Loftus Road on Saturday will give them a breather.