Hull City v Everton live stream, Saturday 8 January, 5.30pm GMT
Hull will be looking to cause an upset when they host Everton in the third round of the FA Cup on Saturday.
Rafael Benitez goes into this game under considerable pressure after a difficult recent spell. He was never the most popular appointment in the summer given his connections with Liverpool, and Everton's results of late have done little to improve his standing among the Goodison Park faithful.
Everton beat Arsenal 2-1 on December 6, but that remains their only victory in their last 12 Premier League outings. Not every result in that time has been bad, with Everton holding Manchester United, Tottenham and Chelsea to draws. But the direction of travel is clear, with Benitez's men having now sunk to 15th in the table after a 3-2 loss to Brighton last weekend.
Everton are in need of a pick-me-up, and a run deep into the FA Cup would potentially make up for another underwhelming Premier League season. The Toffees have been knocked out in the third round in three of the last five campaigns and will be desperate to avoid that fate on Saturday.
A trip to the MKM Stadium will not be easy, though. Hull have not won any of their last four matches and are only four points above the Championship relegation zone, but they are the type of team who can pull results out of the bag - as demonstrated by a recent four-game winning streak.
Everton will have to make do without Richarlison, Yerry Mina and Andros Townsend for their trip to Humberside. Tom Davies, Fabian Delph and Jarrad Branthwaite could be involved, and Dominic Calvert-Lewin's return to fitness is a huge boost to the under-fire Benitez, who is the current favourite in the Premier League sack race.
Hull will hope to have Lewie Coyle and Alfie Jones available for this tie, although neither player is likely to start after spells on the sidelines.
Kick-off is at 5.30pm GMT on Saturday 8 January, and UK viewers can watch live on BBC One. See below for international broadcast options.
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