Everton boss David Moyes won't be taking QPR lightly today.
QPR were one of the summer's bigger spenders and had been expected to fare better, but Moyes believes it is only a matter of time before the team gels.
The Scot said: "That's the one thing I feel we've had over the years is that constant team and stability where we've got a group of players we know are with us and we try not to change it around too much.
"We have to make additions every year but I think when you're coming up and you're trying to build a new team, which is maybe what Mark's doing, it's very difficult.
"But what he has got is a very experienced side and that's something which you've got to be mindful of that those players one day will pull all together and get a result.
"They've got Djibril Cisse, Bobby Zamora, they took (Junior) Hoilett from Blackburn, Adel Taarabt has a goal in him, Park (Ji-sung) from Manchester United, Shaun Wright-Phillips, they roll off your tongue quite easily."