QPR manager Chris Ramsey claims his side should have been awarded at least one clear penalty against his side during the 2-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur.
Harry Kane scored a double to give Spurs the three points even though Sandro managed to reduce the deficit with a late strike.
But Ramsey believes his side deserved at least one penalty after two controversial incidents, first as Hugo Lloris and Mauricio Isla collided and when Nabil Bentaleb appeared to handle a Charlie Austin effort.
"I'm not sure if the referee had a clear view of the first one. I think it was probably clear for everyone to see that we should have had at least one penalti," he said.
"When you don't get what you need and you end up losing the game, that's very frustrating. But we can't really dwell on that. The incident's gone and we have to move on from it."
It was second home defeat of QPR in just three days after the mid-week defeat to Arsenal which leaves them three points from safety.
"It was like Wednesday's game [against Arsenal] to a point – the big moments," Ramsey said.
"We had chances and we really need to be capitalising on those situations if we're going to get out of trouble. We're not in the bottom three because we're capitalising on chances."
Though QPR created a number of opportunities to score the boss was left questioning how his side conceded the goals that they did in both of the matches against the north London opposition.
"We also weren't happy with the goals we conceded. We'll be back in on Monday to analyse the situation. In the last two games, we've played very-good teams. But we've been in both games.
"Had we scored first, or capitalised on our chances, we'd have picked up at least two points. It's the small details again."
"Hopefully we can take our chances earlier and create momentum. We need to get our next three points. There have been positives from our last few games and I'm sure that if we can take those into Palace, we can get something. I really do think we can."