Hull vs Everton: live stream and TV details, how to watch for free and team news ahead of FA Cup tie

All the key information you need ahead of kick-off.

Everton kick-off their FA Cup campaign when they travel to Hull City in the third round today (17.30).

The Toffees have been in dreadful form, having won just one of their past 12 games.

They’ve dropped to 15th in the Premier League table after last weekend’s disappointing 3-2 defeat to Brighton.

As a result, Rafa Benitez has come under big pressure among supporters.

He’ll be hoping to avoid a banana skin against Hull, who are 19th in the Championship.

Here’s all the key information you need to know ahead of kick-off.

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Hull team news

The Tigers will be missing some of their key players for the Cup tie.

Mallik Wilks has suffered a metatarsal injury and will be sidelined for eight weeks.

Meanwhile, Callum Elder and Josh Magennis are also unavailable.

However, Grant McCann does welcome back Tom Huddlestone, Matt Ingram and Will Jarvis.

Hull forward Mallik Wilks. Picture: Ashley Allen/Getty Images

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Everton team news

Benitez is set to rest Dominic Calvert-Lewin after he returned from his four-month injury lay-off against Brighton.

The striker had been absent with a quad injury.

Everton will be without Richarlison, Yerry Mina (both calf), Andros Townsend (foot) and Tom Davies (knee).

Jarrad Branthwaite, Fabian Delph and Cenk Tosun also missed the Brighton loss.

The Toffees could also hand debuts to January recruits Vitaliy Mykolenko and Nathan Patterson, although Benitez has warned they may not be fit enough.

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Richarlison looks on from the Everton stands. Picture: Chris Brunskill/ Getty Images

Predicted line-ups

Hull: Ingram, Bernard, McLoughlin, Greaves, Moncur, Smallwood, Docherty, Cannon, Honeyman T. Smith, Lewis-Potter.

Everton: Begovic, Patterson, Keane, Holgate, Godfrey, Gordon, Doucoure, Gomez, Gray, Dobbin, Rondon.

Is the match on TV?

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Yes. The game is being broadcast live on BBC One. Coverage starts at 17.20.

Can I stream the match?

You can. The game can be streamed on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website.

How can I watch highlights?

Highlights of all Saturday’s games will be aired BBC One at 22.30.

For all the post-match reaction and analysis, follow our coverage on LiverpoolWorld.

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