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Defeating Middlesbrough in the recent trip to the holy land of Riverside has brought great confidence to teachers and coach Mark Warburton in the journey to escape the relegation race this season. In this round, welcoming competitor Sheffield Wed at Loftus Road will be a good opportunity for QPR to achieve the goal of relegation.

As a familiar name in the English Premier League, the journey back to the most prestigious league in the fog of country is not easy for QPR. Host QPR is currently in 14th place with 15 wins, 8 draws and 18 losses. After a series of 3 consecutive losses, QPR has regained the joy of winning the trip to Riverside Stadium in the last round. Confidence has returned to the army of coach Mark Warburton in the journey to find relegation tickets this season. Welcoming an opponent who is considered quite balanced in the confrontation here, the home ground can completely bring QPR 3 points in its entirety. By the way, the statistics are completely on the side of the host team at Loftus Road in the next 90 minutes. In recent seasons. 

There was a time this season that Sheffield Wed moved into the top group on the charts. However, the force was so thin that they competed to the bottom of the pitch and dropped continuously. Sheffield Wed is currently in 16th place with 14 wins, 10 draws and 18 losses. Like the opponent, the visitors are still in the safe group. However, a ticket to play-off is almost impossible with Sheffield Wed. Sheffield Wednesday's performance in the last 5 rounds is not really satisfactory. Coach and coach Garry Monk has only 1 victory, 1 draw and 3 defeats. The only bright spot probably comes from the efficiency of the attack when 3 out of 4 matches on the away team have found the opponent's net. However, that was not enough for them to leave the holy place of Loftus Road.