SCOTT Parker insists he’s wary of the threat that unbeaten QPR pose, adding: “They’re going to cause us different problems, we need to be prepped for that.”

Mark Warburton’s side are level on points with Cherries having also achieved three wins and three draws with a +6 goal difference from their opening six fixtures – but QPR have merely scored more to be placed above in the table.

They come into the Vitality Stadium contest rejuvenated after netting twice late on to bounce back from 3-1 down and rescue a draw at Reading on the weekend.

In fact, they’ve scored three on the road in all three of their away games, also striking a trio past Middlesbrough and Hull in victories.

Parker isn’t accepting any complacency, insisting: “It will be a tough game. I think it will be a different game to today (against Barnsley).

“They’ve got some good quality, good experience in their squad. Mark’s done a very good job there. Unbeaten as well, so they’re going to cause us different problems on Tuesday night.

“We need to be prepped for that.”