Nottingham Forest have the strongest away support in the Championship and made a case for the loudest at Loftus Road – with their owners blown-away by the noise.
The 2,285 visiting fans never stopped singing as QPR led for almost the entire second-half on Friday, and their roars finally paid when Jack Colback fired an injury-time equaliser.
Forest might be stuck down in 18th after a miserable start under Chris Houghton but with a Championship-leading average of 2,779 fans travelling with them, they're thriving on the road.
Nottingham Forest chief Miltiadis Marinakis (right) has been buoyed by the fans' support
Forest fans have recorded the highest away gates in the Championship so far this season
The double European Cup winners are unbeaten in five away from home, winning four. Miltiadis Marinakis, a key decision-maker at Forest and the son of owner Evangelos, sent a message of appreciation to the fans.
'Can we get another full capacity crowd tomorrow? The best fans in England,' the Greek businessman tweeted ahead of Sheffield United's visit to