Match Time:7/1/2020 01:30 Wednesday（GMT+8）
Young midfielder Charlie Owens is QPR’s only confirmed absentee for the visit of Fulham on Tuesday night.
Fulham boss Scott Parker could recall winger Ivan Cavaleiro following their defeat on Saturday afternoon.
Injured/Unavailable: Charlie Owens (knee)
Suspended: Neeskens Kebano
MAIN PREDICTION: AWAY WIN
QPR were enjoying an impressive run of form before the break but have returned in the worst possible fashion, losing 1-0 against Barnsley and Charlton sides who are fighting at the bottom of the table. Mark Warburton’s men now have little to play for in the final seven games after their faint play-off hopes were almost end.
Fulham were totally outclassed by Leeds on Saturday afternoon as they lost 3-0 at Elland Road. The result saw the London club drop below Brentford and into fourth place but defeat for West Bromwich means that the visitors remain seven points off the pace in the race for automatic promotion.
Fulham may have struggled on the weekend but should have an easier time here against lesser opposition.
SECOND PREDICTION: FIRST TEAM TO SCORE – FULHAM
Fulham may have endured a difficult start to the final stage of the season but I’m backing them to bounce back from their weekend defeat here against a QPR side who have failed to score against two struggling sides in Charlton and Barnsley.
HEAD TO HEAD
Fulham are unbeaten in their last four league games against QPR.