What relegation will cost QPR?
Will QPR find it difficult to cope in the Championship after their relegation from the Premier League?
Q: How much will relegation from the Premier League cost QPR?
A: In simple terms in the region of £50million - the club's turnover would drop by more than £70m but that will be offset by parachute payments of £24m in the first year in the Championship.
Q: How much will the club have to pay for financial fair play breaches in the 2013/14 season?
A: That is the big unanswered question - the club are challenging the legality of the Football League's FFP rules.
Q: What is the worst case scenario for QPR?
A: That they will have to pay a fine of £58m for returning an operating loss of £69.7m when they were in the Championship in 2013/14.
Q: And the best-case scenario?
A: That an independent arbitration tribunal decides that the League's rules are not enforceable - and they have to pay nothing.
Q: Didn't QPR only announce a loss of only £9.7million for 2013/14, not £69.7m?
A: Yes - but that included a one-off £60m income injection classed as an "exceptional item" in the accounts which was to write off loans. The operating loss was £69.7m.
Q: Are club owners allowed to make that kind of cash injection to avoid FFP fines?
A: The Football League say no, QPR argue that they should be allowed to - which is what the legal proceedings are all about.
Q: What if the arbitration goes against QPR?
A: They will have to pay any fine imposed by the Football League or face being barred from entry into the Championship.