QPR boss Mark Hughes is aiming to go unbeaten for the remainder of the Premier League season to avoid relegation.
The Rs are level on points with Blackburn and Wolves and are only above the relegation zone due to goal difference.
Saturday's fixture at the Reebok Stadium against Bolton is likely to have a significant impact on their survival chances.
They are still to go to the Etihad Stadium, Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge before the end of the campaign and need to improve on recent form that has yielded just one Premier League win in 15 games.
Their run-in appears to be considerably more difficult than their relegation rivals, with Bolton, Sunderland and Swansea being the only teams in the bottom half of the table still to play QPR.
Hughes admits he understands the task facing his side but is determined to create a winning habit.
He said: "It is vitally important that we take something out of every game we play now.
"They are the home team and they will want to put on a performance for their fans and make sure their home form is strong and solid.
"We will have a say in that and will try and affect what they want to do in terms of their approach to the game and what they are comfortable in doing.
"We will try to limit their ability to how we want to play and with the ability I have in the squad, both creatively and the goal threat we have, I felt we will make chances and hopefully we will take some.
"It is never an easy place to go and everybody can see that, irrespective of where they are in the league at the moment.
"They are still a very difficult side to overcome on their patch so we will have to perform really well and if we build on what we produced against Everton I will be very happy because I think that will be good enough."