However, Hill insists that boasting a host of big-name talents does not come without a level of expectancy to perform, and the QPR skipper hopes that his side can spoil the United party this afternoon.
"We know we'll be massive underdogs, but that might just suit us," he told QPR's official website. "All the pressure will be on them, make no mistake about it.
"There will be a level of expectancy amongst the United fans, especially after the business they've done in the last few weeks.
"They've not had the best of starts to the season and they're yet to win, so that might be playing on their minds as well. We'll be heading there full of confidence and with the signings we've made, who knows what might happen."
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