Ian Holloway says he has a gameplan to take on Fulham in Saturday’s derby.
Holloway’s QPR side will face a team in brilliant form, with the Whites chasing automatic promotion and the likes of Ryan Sessegnon and on-loan striker Aleksandar Mitrovic playing superbly.
But Rangers have won their last two matches – and beat promotion-chasing Aston Villa in fine style this week.
“It’s our third game in a week and that’s a concern, but I’m in a good place,” said Rangers manager Holloway.
“The lads are doing really well and I’ve enjoyed the last few performances. We’ve changed our shape and that’s worked for us.
“But that all goes out the window against Fulham, with the way they pass and move.
“Everything is against but I’ve got a bit of a plan. Whether it works or not, we’ll see.
“We’re going to try and disrupt the things that they do. They pass the ball for fun but I’m quite excited about this game.”