For our Rotherham vs. QPR prediction, we're going for a 2-1 win for the home side.
Two sides hoping to avoid relegation to League One meet in the Championship this weekend as Rotherham United host Queens Park Rangers.
Rotherham United currently sit 20th in the Championship with eight wins, thirteen draws and thirteen losses from thirty-four games this season.
The Millers have had a solid campaign after returning to the Championship following promotion from League One last season as they find themselves in a solid position to secure survival with many expecting them to be immediately relegated back to the third tier coming into this season.
They enter this game amidst a fairly poor run of form, though, having won one drawn two and lost two of their last five matches in the league.
They have, though, taken four points from their last two matches having beaten play-off contenders Sunderland before claiming a valuable point against Swansea City last time out in a 1-1 draw.
Their home form has been pretty strong of late, too, having won two, drawn two and lost one of their last five matches on home soil in the league.
Rotherham are currently six points clear of the drop and have shown enough in recent weeks to suggest they're capable of survival. They still need more wins, however, and a home game against a struggling QPR side is as close to a six pointer as you'll get.
Queens Park Rangers currently sit 18th in the Championship with ten wins, nine draws and fifteen losses from thirty-four games this season.
After such a promotion start The Hoops have had an utterly miserable campaign, and they enter this game on their third manager of the season with former Wycombe Wanderers boss Gareth Ainsworth now at the helm.
Ainsworth's first game in charge saw him welcome boyhood club Blackburn Rovers to Loftus Road and it did not end favourably, with the Lancashire club running out comfortable 3-1 winners.
The defeat meant QPR have now lost four games on the bounce and are a concerning eleven matches without a win in the league.
Their away record is slightly better than their home record having drawn three of their last five matches on the road, but still not impressive enough to back them with any confidence here.
These two sides played out a 1-1 draw when they met in the league back in August, but The Hoops have declined significantly since then and could be in for what would be a very damning defeat here.