Mark Warburton's men last picked up three points towards the end of November, and they will be desperate to halt their decline towards the relegation places over the festive period.
The Hoops have struggled to pick up any sort of momentum this season, recording back-to-back victories on just one occasion.
Consecutive draws in their last two outings have helped to steady the ship at Loftus Road after three defeats in a row at the end of November and start of December threatened to drag them deep into the relegation mix.
After a mid-table finish in 2019-20, many QPR supporters had hoped this season would see the side build on the solid foundations Warburton had put down.
However, the capital club has struggled without their former talisman Eberechi Eze and staying up appears to be the objective this time around.
Swansea are currently sitting in third position in the Championship table, just two points behind Bournemouth, who occupy the final automatic promotion place.
Steve Cooper's side have built their success on a solid base. The Swans have conceded just 12 goals in their 20 league games this season, meaning they have the tightest defence in the division.
They are yet to perfect the balance throughout the side, though, with their 23 efforts the joint-second lowest total in the top half of the table, but experienced forward Andre Ayew is enjoying his third spell with the club.
Seven goals and two assists for the Ghana international is an impressive return, and the 31-year-old will be hoping he can fire Swansea back to the Premier League.
Queens Park Rangers Championship form: LLDLDD
Swansea City Championship form: LWDWLW
Midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White is a long-term absentee for Cooper's men after the Wolverhampton Wanderers loanee broke his foot back in October.
Queens Park Rangers possible starting lineup:
Dieng; Kane, Dickie, Barbet, Hamalainen; Cameron, Willock; Samuel, Chair, Adomah; Bonne
Swansea City possible starting lineup:
Woodman; Cabango, Bennett, Guehi; Roberts, Smith, Fulton, Bidwell; Dhanda; Ayew, Cullen
We say: Queens Park Rangers 0-2 Swansea City
Swansea are in good form, pushing for promotion back to the Premier League, while QPR are currently looking nervously over their shoulder.
The Hoops struggle to score goals and are facing the best defence in the division. It is hard to see them finding a way past Freddie Woodman, and the Swans should secure the win.