A six game unbeaten run prior to lockdown had propelled QPR into Play-Off contention, but consecutive 1-0 defeats by relegation rivals Barnsley and Charlton Athletic has poured some cold water on their aspirations. A top-six finish is still certainly feasible, though, as despite their new position of 14th, they are only 10 points adrift with seven games still to play. That said, the tightness of the division is summed up by the fact that they're also now only eight points clear of the dropzone.
Aleksandar Mitrović, Neeskens Kebano
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“It’s a game against a very talented Fulham team. I know Scott and his staff very well and have huge respect for them. Their team will look to come and play football, get the ball down, and we have to rise and meet the challenge of a very talented squad of players.” – QPR manager Mark Warburton