Sheffield United goalkeeper Mark Bunn believes that the Blades will get the job done this time around against QPR.
The 'keeper believes that the Blades dominated the first game and were unfortunate not to come away with a place in the Fourth Round.
Bunn outlined United as a 'stronger side' as they travel to Loftus Road this evening as is expected to progress and face Bolton Wanderers in the next round of the FA Cup.
'We didn't take our chances in the first game and we got punished for a slip at the back for their goal,' he told sufc.co.uk.
'The lads were disappointed not to have gone through, but we must go down to their place fully focused on doing the job this time.
'It is a tighter pitch which may suit them slightly more than us and we know they are a good outfit at home, although we go there full of confidence.
'We know exactly what they are about, but I am sure we are the stronger and if we can take our chances we should be looking to win the game, as was the case in the league fixture.'
Despite Bunn's fantastical notion United were keen to search for a point at Loftus Road, with timewasting tactics in place from the off.
A solid outfit they will look to snuff out any attacking prowess from Rangers before considering a counter-attack of their own.
A talented team that appears to be being held back by negative tactics, Bunn and his team-mates can call upon several key players ahead of this evening's clash.
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