Sunday's defeat at Manchester City sent Queen's Park Rangers down, and with eight players over 30 at the end of their contracts, where will they go now?
Aston Villa entertain QPR in a relegation face-off on Tuesday night, and it is a game that new Villa boss Sherwood dare not lose.
Supporter unrest at Everton was evident in graffiti daubed at Goodison Park over the weekend, but a win at QPR is what Roberto Martinez wants to talk about.
After missing out on a transfer deadline day move for Andre Ayew, the attacker scored a wonderful goal to show QPR what they are missing.
New Marseille boss Marcelo Bielsa doesn't see Mathieu Valbuena as part of his plans and he could end up in London.
Ferdinand joined QPR last week after his contract expired at Manchester United.
Queen’s Park Ranger are reportedly eyeing a move to sign former Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o as Loic Remy signed a four-year deal at Liverpool.
Loic Remy was a second-half substitute for France last-night, and Les Bleus benefited from a fruitful link-up between him and Giourd.
Newcastle, Fulham, Crystal Palace, Inter Milan, Napoli, QPR, Crewe, Barnsley, Wigan, Burnley, Millwall, Bournemouth, Manchester City and West Brom all feature.
Newcastle, Arsenal, Tottenham, QPR, Fulham, Manchester City, Celtic, Benfica, Schalke, Middlesbrough, Bury and Borussia Dortmund all feature.