QPR v Everton: live stream and TV channel, how to watch, injury news and predicted line-ups

The Hoops could have a great change against Everton, as Rafa Benitez will again be without four key players at Loftus Road.

<p>Stefan Johansen of Queens Park Rangers looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Bristol City. Credit: Jacques Feeney/Getty Images</p>

Stefan Johansen of Queens Park Rangers looks on during the Sky Bet Championship match between Queens Park Rangers and Bristol City. Credit: Jacques Feeney/Getty Images

QPR will be hoping to make it through to the fourth round of the Carabao Cup against an under strength Everton side.

But the Toffees still head into the Loftus Road encounter as favourites against their Championship hosts on Tuesday night.

Rafa Benitez will be looking for a reaction after Everton suffered their first loss of the season on Saturday - a 3-0 loss at Aston Villa.

Can the Hoops prevail against their much-fancied opponents.

Here’s all the key information you need to know ahead of the tie.

What’s the team news?

Sam Field (knee) and Luke Wallace (hamstring) are both confirmed absentees for QPR.

Luke Amos has recently recovered from a long-term setback and could feature at some point.

Striker Charlie Austin and winger Albert Adomah were on the bench in QPR’s previous Championship encounter, and could be included from the start.

QPR’s Luke Amos. Picture: Justin Setterfield/Getty Images

What about the opposition?

Benitez will be without four of his key players yet again.

Richarlison (knee), Dominic Calvert-Lewin (quad), Seamus Coleman (hamstring) and Jordan Pickford (shoulder) are all absent for the next couple of weeks.

Dominic Calvert-Lewin celebrates Everton’s opening goal against Leeds. Picture: Jan Kruger/Getty Images

Fabian Delph continues his recovery from a shoulder injury and Jean-Philippe Gbamin remains sidelined.

Fringe players such as Jonjoe Kenny, Tom Davies, Anthony Gordon and Jarrad Branthwaite could all feature.

Could anyone make a debut?

For Everton Salomon Rondon is the only fit senior striker and he may not be risked.

It could, therefore, hand an opportunity to Ellis Simms to make his bow.

The 19-year-old netted 10 goals in 24 games while on loan at Blackpool last season, helping them earn League One promotion.

Simms has only just recovered from a hamstring injury but was on the bench in the defeat at Villa.

Predicted line-ups

QPR (3-4-3): Archer, Kakay, Dickie, Dunne; Odubajo, Thomas, Dozzell, McCallum, Chair, Austin Willock

Everton(3-4-3): Begovic, Godfrey, Holgate, Keane, Kenny, Davis, Gomez, Branthwaite, Iwobi, Simms, Gordon.

Is the match on TV?

No. The game isn't being broadcast live.

Can I stream the match?

No. As the game hasn't been selected for live broadcast, you cannot stream the game.

If you're a Sky Sports subscriber, Gilette Soccer Special will be showing all the goals that go in from each match in the Carabao Cup. The programme is being broadcast on Sky Sports Premier League and Sky Sports News.

How can I watch highlights?

Extended highlights will be on Quest TV on Wednesday, with the programme starting at 22.30.