Two sides drastically in need of a win square off at Loftus Road this weekend as Queens Park Rangers face Swansea City.
Queens Park Rangers currently sit 20th in the EFL Championship with two wins and four losses from their first six games of the season.
It look a late run of form to keep QPR in the Championship last season following a fairly dismal campaign and it looks like this season could play out relatively similarly as they find themselves in a difficult position in the early portion of the campaign.
They're coming into this game in poor form having lost four of their last five games in all competitions, the most recent of which was a 1-3 loss at home to Sunderland.
The Hoops will feel fairly frustrated having taken the lead in the 12th minute before being reduced to ten men following a red card for Jack Colback in the 21st minute which all but killed the game for the home side.
Had it not been for Colback's red card, which was fully deserved following a reckless challenge on Jobe Bellingham, who knows how the game might have turned out.
Instead, they now come into this game drastically needing a win that would not have been so pressing had they taken three points from their game with Sunderland.
Swansea City currently sit 22nd in the EFL Championship with two wins and four draws from their first six games of the season.
The Swans have had a pretty dismal start to the campaign this time out as they find themselves in the relegation zone.
It's been tough given they lost top goalscorer Joël Piroe in the summer to Leeds but that does not excuse such a dismal start to the season.
They're coming into this game having lost each of their last four games, the most recent of which was a 2-0 defeat to bitter rivals Cardiff City in the South Wales derby.
The mood around the club will now be really low following such a deflating defeat so they'll have trouble trying to regather themselves before such a big fixture.
This one is as close to a six pointer as you can get early in the season and given recent results it's not one that the Welsh side can afford to lose.
Given they're yet to win a game this season it's hard to back them confidently here so don't be surprised if they fall to another defeat.
For our QPR vs. Swansea prediction, we're going for a 1-0 win for the home side.