But Rangers have scored four goals in each of their last three matches - including Saturday's televised 4-2 win at Derby - and know another big win in front of the live TV cameras could lift them up to second.
"They are a very good side as their early results suggest. We'll need to be at our very best to beat them," said Buzsaky.
"Our home form has been really good and over the course of the season it will be our results at Loftus Road that ultimately govern where we will finish.
"We don't fear anyone and if we play to the best of our ability we are confident we can turn anyone over. We showed the viewing public what we are about against Derby and we'll be going all out to put on another show on Friday evening."