QPR will be eyeing a sixth win in eight league matches when they head to Hull City in the Sky Bet Championship on Saturday (3pm kick-off).
The R’s have been in impressive form of late and they beat Blackburn Rovers 4-2 in their final match before the international break on October 5th.
That victory was Rangers’ first against Rovers in west London in two decades and they will have to defy the history books again if they are to record maximum points at the weekend.
QPR haven’t won away at Hull since 1991 – 28 years ago – but Mark Warburton’s men are developing a reputation for breaking records, having also earned a first ever victory at Millwall’s new Den earlier this season.
In Hull, Rangers will face a side who have only tasted defeat twice at home so far this season. They beat Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 in their last home outing.
Head to head
QPR wins: 16
Hull City wins: 18
Hull City: Jordy de Wijs (ankle), Callum Elder (calf), Jon Toral (hamstring).
The QPR Box Office would like to advise supporters tickets for this fixture are now off sale.
Tickets will be available to purchase on matchday using CASH ONLY from the pitch-side bar, which is situated next to turnstiles 1–5 from 1pm.
Matchday prices: £30 adults, £18 senior (65 & over), £18 young adult (16-22) and £18 junior (2-15).
Mark Warburton QPR manager Mark Warburton: "Hull had a tough result against Huddersfield in their last game, so I am sure they will be ready for this game. We’ve trained well this week, we’re in a good frame of mind and we’ll go there full of belief."
Hull manager Grant McCann: "QPR have got players that can hurt you but that can be said of any team in the Championship – it’s a tough league. It’s another tough game for us but we’ve worked hard on the training ground on the back of a disappointing result at Huddersfield."
QPR v Hull - September 2006
Struggling QPR and Hull City met in W12 in late September 2006, with John Gregory taking the reins at the club where he had spent four years as a player in the mid-80s.
Goals from Ray Jones and Dexter Blackstock in the second half sealed Gregory’s first three points in charge of QPR and moved Rangers off the bottom of the table ahead of opponents Hull.
Jones tapped in his first goal of the season after being set up by defender Damion Stewart and Blackstock doubled the R’s tally when he headed home Lee Cook’s curling cross.
QPR Starting XI: Paul Jones, Bignot, Rehman, Stewart, Rose (Kanyuka 45), Rowlands, Bircham (Ward 64), Bailey (Lomas 64), Cook, Ray Jones, Blackstock.
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Man in the middle
Tony Harrington will be the man in charge of Saturday's clash at the KCOM Stadium.
So far this season, he has dished out 22 yellow cards and one red in the nine games that he has officiated.
Harrington last refereed QPR in February of this year, for the Championship clash away at Bristol City.
He will be supported by assistant referees Mark Dwyer and Darren Blunden and fourth official James Bell.