QPR boss Mark Warburton has asked for realistic expectations for his side as we look to turn around a run of two points from 12 against a Fulham side who will be without Alexsandar Mitrovic – as he serves a one-match ban for picking up five bookings.
Warbuton, though, was pleased with how his side have performed this season but would like the media to keep expectations real. This does not mean he is giving up on promotion – he just wants there to be consistency when reporting on the Rs.
A trip to Craven Cottage is always tough, but without Mitrovic, they lack a true goalscorer, and if we can keep it tight at the back, I think we can nick it.
Who is the better striker?
I would back Hugill to bully Alfie Mawson, and as long as the service is good, both Hugill and Wells are a goal threat.
Warburton has managed us well so far, but we need to get out of this slump, and there is no better way to do that than to beat the Whites.