Ahead of the game tonight, we spoke to one of QPR’s most prominent Twitter fanpages and asked for their thoughts on their team, the Baggies, and the season overall.

What have you made of QPR’s performances since football restarted?

Not great at all. Losing our captain, Grant Hall, a day before the season restarted was a real blow, and it just looked like some of the players’ heads were elsewhere and seemed lazy.

How would you rate QPR’s season so far?

Well, if you would have asked me that before the COVID break I would have said we’ve had a few ups and downs, but overall, a good season, and I think we could have finished between 10th and 12th.

What did you think of West Brom when they played against QPR earlier this season?

We were both up there at the time but on the day it really showed who was going to stay up there the majority of the season.

What have been QPR’s weaknesses? Is there anything West Brom can take advantage of?

I think every QPR fan will tell you that our weakness is in our defence. We’re missing that experience and leadership that the likes of Clint Hill or Richard Dunne gave us.

What have you made of Mark Warburton this season?

I think Mark Warburton has done a very good job this season considering we were one of the favourites to go down. He brought in 15 players in the summer, spending only £50,000.

He has got us playing some really good football and got the best out of our star players.

Who has been the standout performer this season?

Eberechi Eze — I’m sure everyone has heard of him this season.

He really is just a pleasure to watch week in, week out, and getting 13 goals and 8 assists as an attacking midfielder just shows how good he really is.

Which players have performed well but gone under the radar to other clubs in the league?

Probably Ryan Manning, our left-back, who’s been pretty consistent all season and chipped in with some assists and goals.

Is there anything West Brom need to be on the lookout for in this game?

Our counter-attacking football is pretty decent, however losing Bright Osayi-Samuel, who brought so much pace up and down the wings, isn’t ideal.

What do you think of West Brom so far this season?

West Brom play like, and are, a top team; so it’s no surprise that you’re up there fighting for automatics.

What’s your score prediction for the game?

I think the score will be 3-1 to West Brom.