Next two games are biggest of QPR's season, says Sparky
Published 22:28 10/04/12 By David McDonnell
Mark Hughes is banking on Queens Park Rangers home form to keep them in the Premier League and says the next two games are the biggest of their season.
Rangers, who host Swansea on Wednesday night, have beaten Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal at Loftus Road this season.
And with three home games left this season, Hughes has targeted maximum points from those to keep QPR up.
Hughes said: "We've got three home games and three away that we hope to get something out of," said Hughes.
"The home games will be key for us because we're playing exceptionally well at home.
"If we can get maximum points from the home games, as well as picking some up on our travels, then that will be enough."
Striker Bobby Zamora will return for the match, having missed Sunday's 2-0 defeat at Manchester United with a virus.
But Hughes said Zamora would benefit from the rest and should be fully fit to lead QPR's attack tonight.
"Bobby Zamora wasn't right [on Sunday]." said Hughes.
"He'd been struggling with a virus all week.
"So rather than give him an hour at 70 per cent, which might have compromised him for Wednesday, he'll be 100 per cent as it stands."
QPR defender Clint Hill said: "We're in a better position heading into Wednesday than we were before the weekend, with the way the results and the goal difference went.
"We were disappointed to lose the [United] game, but overall we stuck to the task well.
"Wednesday and Saturday [against West Brom] are massive for us.
"The results at the weekend went in our favour, but the next two games are the biggest of our season so far.
"Hopefully we can take the form of our last two home games [wins over Arsenal and Liverpool] into the next two fixtures."