We've got six games from the Championship on Tuesday night, followed by another six on Wednesday, and one of the games on the first night features two teams struggling so far, as they take each other on. QPR have two wins from six, Swansea have none, both looking as though it's going to be a long season for them.QPR Form Guide
Two wins and four defeats from their opening six games has left QPR just outside of the relegation places on six points. They've struggled in most, but have found the odd opportunity to win. Those have been against Cardiff and Middlesbrough, two of the other teams struggling so far in the Championship.
Focusing on the positives for them, both of those games have come away from home, and they've looked ok in them, though the level of opposition needs to be remembered. But on the negatives, they've been beaten easily a couple of times, are conceding almost two goals per game on average, and looked poor in a 3-1 loss at home to Sunderland on Saturday.Swansea Form Guide
A season that began with so much promise has quickly unfolded for Swansea. Six games into the Michael Duff era, they were supposed to go well, but have just two points on the board, with two draws and four defeats. A huge loss to Cardiff on Saturday night, their big rivals, and it's now three losses in a row, with the team seemingly struggling to get going under their new boss.
Before the Cardiff game, which they lost 2-0, Swansea lost at home to Bristol City 2-1 and away at Preston 2-1. Both points so far have come at home, while they've lost three out of three on their travels, with another away game coming here.Match Prediction
Not a hugely confident prediction to be honest, as I don't trust either team, but I will side with a win for QPR here. I think they're doing fine, and can take advantage of a Swansea team who are currently in a mess.