Last Updated: Fri, 15 Feb 2013 10:50
QPR striker Bobby Zamora believes a shock could be on the cards when Manchester United visit in the Premier League next weekend.
Despite sitting seven points from safety in the league, Zamora says the pressure is off when they face the bigger sides and they do not come any bigger than runaway leaders Manchester United.
The striker, who has been struggling with injury for the past month, claims they can nick something against United and then go on a run which could yet save their Premier League status.
"The big games where you have nothing to lose you find yourself more relaxed," Zamora told QPR's official website.
"In a strange way you can enjoy the game a bit more. Manchester United is one of those games where everyone has written us off and we are not expected to get anything.
"United are a top side and will have a lot of the ball so I am sure they will be attacking.
"It is down to us to keep it tight and nick a goal here or there, if we can, like we did against a lot of the good sides last year.
"I believe we can do it, why not? The situation was like this last year with less games to go so there is no reason why we can't do it again."
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