Leroy Fer and Yun Suk-Young are game-time decisions for QPR as the two are Chris Ramsey's only injury concerns heading into the fixture. West Ham are without defenders James Tomkins and Guy Demel and forwards Diafra Sakho and Andy Carroll.
West Ham are in shocking form, only 2 wins since Christmas the Hammers have tumbled to 10th after spending Christmas in the top 4. For QPR, their task of survival is getting more and more difficult with 2 of their last 5 against Liverpool and Manchester City.
West Ham have only 1 win in their last 6 games, 2 in their last 16 in the Premier League. The Hammers have also won only 1 of their last 9 trips to Loftus Road in all competitions. West Ham are also 9 games on the road without a win in the Premier League. West Ham have also only been awarded 1 penalty all season, Mark Noble's miss on opening day. The Hammers have dropped 7 points on goals conceded in 2nd half stoppage time.
QPR have allowed more shots on target than any other Premier League side at 181. QPR have not won and have also lost 10 of their last 13 London derbies. Charlie Austin accounts for 55% of the QPR goals scored this season, the highest of any player in the league.
Prediction: Don't think QPR will win but neither will West Ham