Middlesbrough v Queens Park Rangers (November 20)
Queens Park Rangers are not doing well at the moment, and Middlesbrough will be favourites to win this encounter.
Boro are aiming for a top-two finish in the Championship this season and have a much better team.
Middlesbrough 2-0 Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers v Leeds United (November 28)
QPR need to start putting together a run of positive results, and a win against Leeds is almost imperative if they are to maintain their chances of a top-two finish in the Championship this season.
Rangers have not been playing well, but at the moment a narrow 1-0 win will do for them.
Leeds are a confident side at the moment, and they are likely to hold QPR to a draw at Loftus Road.
Queens Park Rangers 1-1 Leeds United
Reading v Queens Park Rangers (December 3)
A draw will be a good result for QPR as this is an away game, and they should be able to pick up a point.
Reading 1-1 Queens Park Rangers
Queens Park Rangers v Burnley (December 12)
Burnley are aiming for automatic promotion to the Premier League at the end of the season and will travel to Loftus Road looking for a win.
Rangers will have to pick up points from these games, and they should be able to register a narrow win against the Clarets.
Queens Park Rangers 1-0 Burnley
Queens Park Rangers v Brighton & Hove Albion (December 15)
Another home match, another home win? Probably not, as Brighton & Hove Albion have been superb so far this season and have enough quality to earn a draw.
Queens Park Rangers 2-2 Brighton & Hove Albion