Mark Warburton reckons his QPR players embracing ‘vital’ home advantage can make all the difference in catalysing their play-off pursuit.

The Rs beat Luton 2-0 under the Friday night lights and welcome top six rivals Huddersfield to west London on Wednesday evening.

Goals from Chris Willock and Charlie Austin had Loftus Road rocking and Warburton, whose team lie a point ahead of the Terriers in sixth, wants another red-hot performance from his team to help recreate that raucous home atmosphere.

The 59-year-old said: "Every game is important, they offer three vital points, but at home, in front of your fans, if you can get the fans on your side, that can be vital.

"Especially in the Championship, and it can make a massive difference in those fine margins.

"When those margins go your way at home, it is a massive boost for you; this division is unique, you have to grind out those results sometimes.

"You have to take one game at a time, and that's our focus now, we have got three important points, and we move on to Huddersfield, which is a different test."

Friday night’s win against Luton kickstarted a jam-packed period where the Rs enjoy four home matches in six fixtures.

And they got the ball rolling in style as strikes from in-form Willock and Austin propelled them to an entertaining victory.

QPR now welcome Carlos Corberan’s inconsistent Huddersfield to Loftus Road, who arrive in the capital off the back of an impressive 1-0 win over high-flying West Brom.

Norwich loanee Danel Sinani grabbed the winner and the Terriers remain just a single point off the hotly-contested play-off places.

Warburton is full of admiration for the Spaniard’s promotion-chasing side and the former Brentford chief added: “Our opponents come here with plenty of incentive.

“They had a good result against West Brom at the weekend (1-0 win).

“But you can create some daylight for yourselves if you can get a good run of wins and performances, and that’s our aim.

“We’re also very respectful of the fact that Huddersfield will see it as a big opportunity as well. Tactically, they are very strong and strong out of possession.

"They are hard to break down and are very strong at set-pieces – they have scored a number of goals from them as they look to cause mayhem and chaos in the box.

“They’re a very dynamic team and have rotation in their ranks. They’re a good side and we know what we face – we have no doubt about the quality we face.

“The table doesn’t lie at this stage and we will have to meet the challenge – same old rhetoric!”

Warburton is fretting on the fitness of strike duo Lyndon Dykes and Andre Gray, who were both absent in last week’s win against the Hatters.

Austin filled the void as the Rs’ only fit striker and Warburton remains uncertain about recalling Macauley Bonne from his loan spell at Ipswich.

Wide man Moses Odubajo is also a doubt for Wednesday and Warburton said: “We’ll see how the likes of Moses, Lyndon and Andre are.

“Huddersfield have suffered like we have. Many teams have had extensive injury lists.

“Things are a little easier now, but the consequences of the scheduling before the last international breaks is clear to see – it has been very demanding.”