With six games left to play, the chances of Queens Park Rangers avoiding relegation from the Premier League look slim.
The club are seven points from safety and have won only four games all season.
QPR have been in the bottom three since the third week of the season, and their record against teams in the top and bottom halves of the table is lamentable (via football365.co.uk).
Only five wins out the their last six games (and preferably six) would give them any hope of avoiding the drop.
Recent failures to beat fellow strugglers Aston Villa and Wigan look like being fatal for the Rs, whose chairman and major benefactor, Tony Fernandes (above), must wonder what he has got himself into.
If the club are relegated, what can Fernandes expect next season?