Rangers will take on Huddersfield at Loftus Road in London in the Championship.
Former QPR manager Holloway believes that Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink’s side will pick up all three points courtesy of a narrow 1-0 victory.
The Englishman, though, is critical of Rangers midfielder Leroy Fer’s performances so far this season.
“It's about time Fer pulled his finger out and stepped up to the plate,” Holloway has written on Skysports.com. “I’d like to see him affect a game. I want a performance out of him. I want to see him score goals and make more offensive runs.
"I've watched him a few times and he doesn't do enough to justify how much QPR paid for him. He looked a much better player at Norwich than he does now.”
Fer has been on the books of QPR since the summer of 2014 when he joined them from Norwich City.
The 25-year-old midfielder has scored one goal and created 20 chances in 13 Championship appearances so far this season.
The Dutchman has a pass accuracy of 74% and a shot accuracy of 53%, and has won 46 headers, nine dribbles and 10 tackles.
QPR are 14th in the Championship table at the moment with 29 points from 23 matches, eight points behind sixth-placed Ipswich Town.
Huddersfield currently find themselves 19th in the standings with 24 points from 23 games, just three points above the relegation zone.