When Chelsea visit Loftus Road on Saturday for their FA Cup fourth-round faceoff, there will be much more to the match than just football.
This will be the first time the two clubs meet after their heated meeting earlier this season. John Terry has been charged with making racially abusive remarks against QPR player Anton Ferdinand after the latter fielded a complaint against the Chelsea captain.
A heated atmosphere is being predicted by the authorities, and both clubs have asked their fans to celebrate the rivalry and not racism. Spectators have been forewarned of strict consequences should they be caught in the act of making racially abusive chants or comments.
On the field, the Blues will look to avenge their earlier 1-0 defeat at the hands of Mark Hughes' men.
In the following slides, we take a look at the four things that we can expect from the most-awaited match this weekend.