Rangers are currently second from bottom in the league table with 26 points from 33 matches, two points behind Hull City, who have played a fewer game.
“They could well be gone by the time they get to their final two winnable games, against Newcastle and Leicester, although they wouldn’t be favourites against Leicester on current form. They’ve run out of form at the wrong time and it’s too much to ask now.”
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QPR, who got promoted from the Championship via the playoffs at the end of last season, are in serious danger of suffering relegation from the Premier League.
Chris Ramsey’s side have a terrible form away from home, and even at Loftus Road they are struggling for points.
While QPR do have a team with some big-name players such as former Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand and ex-Newcastle United midfielder Joey Barton, as a team they have struggled throughout the season.
The London outfit have a tough run-in to the end of the season, with the game against West Ham United at home on Saturday to be followed by matches against Liverpool (away), Manchester City (away), Newcastle United (home) and Leicester City (away).