Sky Sports pundit David Prutton predicted the outcome of tomorrow's Championship clash between Queens Park Rangers and Leeds United at Loftus Road, when writing his regular prediction column for Sky Sports, suggesting that the hosts could be in line for more misery.
Ian Holloway's men have taken just one point from their last five Championship outings, and sit precariously in 18th spot in the table, whilst Thomas Christiansen's side occupy eighth position, after a return of seven points from their last five league games.
Both sides will obviously be desperate for all three points, but for very different reasons. Rangers will nervously be looking over their shoulder, whilst the Whites will have one eye on forcing their way into the promotion play-off spots.
And Prutton explained his reasons for predicting an away win for Leeds, when writing his regular column for Sky Sports:
"QPR could really do with a victory here. They've only picked up a point from their last five games and they could get dragged right into the relegation battle if they don't improve soon. Leeds, meanwhile, would have been disappointed not to hold on and beat Aston Villa last week, but they look to have really turned a corner now and I imagine they'll be back up in or really challenging for a top-six spot soon. Away win."
Prediction: QPR 1-2 Leeds United
A win for the west London outfit could take them as high as 16th in the table, whilst all three points for the visitors could see them jump up to seventh.
The game kicks off at 15:00 on Saturday.