Apr 30 2012 By Jacob Murtagh
MARK Hughes admits QPR are now relying on other teams to slip up to save their skin.
Rangers are only above the drop zone on goal difference following Sunday's derby demolition by Chelsea, although relegation rivals Bolton have a crucial game in hand against Spurs on Wednesday night.
QPR could still be relegated even if they win their two remaining matches against Stoke and Manchester City.
And boss Hughes admits he's looking worryingly over his shoulder.
He said: “We've damaged our own goal difference, but hopefully a number of other results will go for us and the damage isn't critical.
“We've got a huge game next week, which we need to get maximum points from, and we've got to be more accomplished against Manchester City in the last game.”
Rangers desperately need to beat Stoke next weekend and may need to get a result in Manchester on the final day of the season to escape relegation if other results don't go their way.
Hughes added: “Our home form's been very good and that's enabled us to get a good base to get results at home, but we haven't been able to replicate that away.
“It's been a problem all season and it needs a radical re-think because we're not producing performances like we should.”
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