Queens Park Rangers come into their match against Nottingham Forest off the back of a brilliant result.
Having found themselves two goals down against Stoke City, they managed to come out of the game with a convincing 4-2 win, which is testament to both the character and quality they showed.
Mark Warburton will be hoping that his side will be able to continue the momentum from that victory against the team occupying a playoff spot.
The Rs are 11 points away from both the play-offs and relegation zone, so they will be aiming to use this as a chance to begin propelling themselves up the Championship table towards the former.
With that in mind, FFC has predicted the team that Warburton could use for the game, including two changes from the victory against the Potters.
Liam Kelly has become the main goalkeeper for the Rs, so it is only natural that he continues in goal for the Forest game.
There is one change among the centre-backs, as Conor Masterson comes in to partner Grant Hall, meaning that Yoann Barbet falls out of the fold for this one.
Dominic Ball and Geoff Cameron set a solid base for that win and will be expected to do so again, as their side comes up against the team who have scored the least goals out of any in the top nine.
In fact, QPR have outscored their opposition over the current campaign, thanks to the type of attacking flair that was displayed during the aforementioned victory over Stoke.
Eberechi Eze, Bright Osayi-Samuel and Jordan Hugill all scored after starting the match, meaning it is likely they will all be starting again.
Ilias Chair also got on the scoresheet, after coming off the bench to replace Marc Pugh, which could see him do so from the start against Forest.