Coventry got a much-needed three points last weekend as they cruised to a dominant 4-1 victory against struggling Peterborough United.
It was the Sky Blues’ first win in seven league games and they will hope that it reignites their playoff bid after slipping out of the top six last month.
Mark Robins’s side have only lost three times at the CBS Arena this season but have won just one of their last six league games there.
Just three Championship sides have scored more goals at home this season than Coventry and only West Bromwich Albion have conceded fewer at home.
It is a crucial period for the Midlands outfit as they have fixtures against other playoff contenders Stoke City and Middlesbrough to come before the end of January.
QPR are currently three points inside the top six, having played at least one game fewer than all of the other teams in the top seven.
Rangers overtook West Bromwich Albion in the table last weekend as Charlie Austin’s 89th-minute goal secured a vital 1-0 win against his former club.
Mark Warburton’s side have now won three consecutive league matches and have suffered just two defeats in their last 12 games in all competitions.
Away from home, QPR have won four of their last five outings and only Fulham have scored more goals on the road in the Championship this season.
Second-half goals from Lyndon Dykes and Yoann Barbet gave the Hoops a 2-0 win over Coventry earlier in the campaign