The former QPR manager believes that the Championship encounter at Loftus Road on Saturday afternoon will finish 1-1.
“Last week was a disaster for QPR with the result at Fulham and the loss of Charlie Austin,” Holloway wrote on Skysports.com.
“Everything that could have gone wrong, went wrong. Fair play to Fulham though, they were at it. They grabbed QPR by the throat and shook them.”
“I'm still surprised that Bolton haven't got going,” added the former Crystal Palace boss. “Goals are a problem for them. The clubs that end up at the top of the Championship are the ones with goalscorers.”
QPR will head into Saturday’s match at Loftus Road on the back of a 4-0 defeat to Fulham away from home at Craven Cottage.
It was Rangers’ worst performance of the season, and head coach Chris Ramsey has come under pressure from the fans to get his side going.
The London outfit, who got relegated from the Premier League at the end of last season, are 13th in the Championship table at the moment with 12 points from nine matches, three points behind sixth-place Cardiff City.
Meanwhile, Bolton currently find themselves as low as 21st in the Championship standings with just eight point from nine matches, just a point above the relegation zone.
Neil Lennon’s side have been hugely disappointing so far this campaign, and not many will back them to pick up a win against Rangers in London on Saturday.