Tony Mowbray says his side will be up against a positive Queens Park Rangers side when Rovers head to Loftus Road on Good Friday.
Whilst Rovers have won back-to-back games in the Championship, Friday's hosts will have been boosted by a big 4-0 win over Swansea City on home turf last weekend.
It's was a first victory under caretaker boss John Eustace, and Mowbray believes the west Londoners will be buoyed by last week's excellent three point haul.
“I saw last week when we came off at half time against Nottingham Forest that QPR were 3-0 up at half time," the boss reflected to iFollow Rovers.
"It proved to be an eye-catching result for them to beat what was an in form Swansea as well as they did.
“There was an intent from QPR on the day, who still need a point or all three to secure safety for another season in the division.
“They’ll be right at it, I’m sure. They started well last weekend and caught Swansea out.
“I’ve watched their game back and they were very impressive.
“But we’ll go there to be attacking, look to cause them problems and earn the result to keep our good run going."