Queens Park Rangers manager Chris Ramsey says that his side's tendency to switch off late in matches has been a major problem this season.
Ramsey: "Our problem has been a lack of concentration to the end of games. We've done this to ourselves. It is very frustrating." #MNCvQPR— QPR FC (@QPRFC) May 8, 2015
In two of their most recent fixtures QPR have conceded in the final few minutes, against Chelsea and Liverpool, further highlighting the problems that have plagued them all season.
The R's have been desperate for points for some time, but their failure to see games out looks set to cost them.
At the moment QPR are seven points adrift of safety and they have just three games remaining in which to try and save themselves.
It means that they will have to win all of their final few matches to have any chance of making it out of the relegation zone, and that will be a huge challenge.
QPR have to take on Manchester City this weekend, and even Ramsey admits that he is hoping to catch them on an off day.