When and Where: The Barclays Premier League match from Loftus Road Kicks-off at 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday. A live stream will be available via FoxSoccer2Go.

Preview: Despite changing managers and spending heavily in January in order to secure Premier League survival, Queens Park Rangers find themselves rooted in the relegation zone with just 10 games remaining.

For Mark Hughes' side, the situation is now approaching critical. The London outfit also have the toughest run in, on paper, of any of the sides near the foot of table, with games still to come against Arsenal, Manchester United, Tottenham, Chelsea, and Manchester City, not to mention an in-form Swansea side.

And things will not be easy for QPR on Wednesday, up against Liverpool.

The Reds have recovered from three successive league defeats to win the Merseyside derby 3-0 against Everton last week, as well as progressing to the semi-finals of the FA Cup, courtesy of beating Stoke on Sunday.

For Liverpool, though, there is a danger of their league campaign petering out, with Champions League qualification surely beyond them and the focus switching to securing a cup double, following their Carling Cup triumph last month.

Team News: QPR could welcome back the creative, but often frustrating, Adel Taarabt, who should be fit for Wednesday's match. Armand Traore is expected to hang onto the left-back spot ahead of recent signing Taye Taiwo.

Hughes will be hoping that their two highest-profile January recruits Bobby Zamora and and Djibril Cisse can begin to spark and get the goals to lead them to safety.

For Liverpool, manager Kenny Dalglish revealed on Tuesday that Glen Johnson is unlikely to be fit to face QPR. Craig Bellamy is also doubtful, although he could recover from his knock.

Dalglish may revert to playing Luis Suarez alone up front away from home, supported by Steven Gerrard, with Charlie Adam coming back into the midfield.

Prediction: Without a win in six league games, this is not the form QPR owner Tony Fernandes expected after investing so heavily. Of all the teams near the bottom of the table QPR should have the quality, especially up front to string together a series of results to drag themselves clear.

Yet, right now, it is hard to see where a win is going to come from.

Liverpool's form away from home this season has been atrocious for a side with Champions League aspirations, having lost seven of their 14 league games away from Anfield.

A score draw could well be the outcome at Loftus Road, a result that does neither side any particular favors.

QPR 1-1 Liverpool