Two sides with little to play for as the Championship season draws to a close will go head-to-head on Saturday as Queens Park Rangers welcome Sheffield Wednesday to the Kiyan Prince Foundation Stadium.
Nevertheless, a mid-table finish would represent a much-improved campaign compared to their last three seasons in the second division, and any faint hopes of a playoff berth soon dwindled for QPR following a poor run of results since the restart.
The Rs had strung together a six-game unbeaten run in the Championship before play was called to a halt, but QPR have only managed to pick up one victory in their last five outings - losing the other four.
It is fair to say that Warburton's men know where the back of the net is - only the top three sides can boast more than QPR's 60 strikes this term, but only Hull City and Luton Town have shipped more than QPR's 67 goals at the other end of the field.
The Rs will now endeavour to achieve their first points at home following the league's resumption having suffered defeat to Barnsley and Fulham in their last two on familiar territory.
Likewise, Wednesday are only one point below their weekend opponents in the table and will be looking to put an end to their three-game losing streak in the capital.
Preston North End - another team struggling for results at this late stage of the campaign - managed to overcome Wednesday on their own turf to leave the Owls down in 16th with four games left to play.
As is the case with QPR, Wednesday can only boast one victory from their five games since the Championship was given the go-ahead to resume - a 2-1 victory over Bristol City in the final weekend of June.
Following their most recent triumph, Garry Monk's side have been swept aside by West Bromwich Albion, narrowly beaten by Swansea and comfortably conquered by Preston to leave any slim hopes of making the playoffs in tatters.
QPR and Wednesday have already met twice this season, with the Londoners getting the better of Monk's side with a 2-1 victory in the league before Wednesday sent QPR crashing out of the FA Cup in the fourth round by the same scoreline in January.
QPR Championship form: WLLLWL
Sheffield Wednesday form: LDWLLL
QPR may have to make do without 13-goal striker Jordan Hugill, who missed out the loss to Wigan with a hamstring issue he obtained while scoring his side's winner against Middlesbrough.
Defender Lee Wallace is also struggling with an injury in the same area and will likely have to sit this one out for Warburton's side.
QPR possible starting lineup:
Lumley; Kane, Barbet, Masterson, Manning; Amos, Cameron; Eze, Chair, Shodipo; Samuel
Sheffield Wednesday possible starting lineup:
Wildsmith; Palmer, Iorfa, Borner; Reach, Bannan, Lee, Luongo, Harris; Wickham, Nuhiu
We say: QPR 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday
With little riding on this fixture for both sides, complacency could start to creep in as the season prepares to reach its conclusion. Neither team has hit the ground running since the restart and we expect a closely-fought draw to be played out in the capital this weekend.