Everton have three lads who will not make it for the game at Loftus Road. Darron Gibson, Marouane Fellaini and Tony Hibbert are all recovering from various injuries. Good news is they are all close to a return so hopefully will be available for the redshite game next week.
Thomas Hitzlsperger can be added to the squad if he gets clearance but there it is doubtful if he will be involved. He get may the nod for a spot on the bench.
David Moyes hasn't got many options to play with. I still think he will go 4 4 2. Super Kev is likely to support Jela upfront and I think Nace will get his chance on the right.
Even with the injuries we will still field a strong line up, but the skipper and the boss know they have a tough game ahead of them.
Phil Neville said:"They are desperate for points. They have had a massive turnaround of players, five to 10 players have gone and 10 to 15 players have come in.
"They have got real quality in the team and Mark Hughes is a good manager who will obviously want time and needs time for that team to gel.
"You need to find the right formula, the right positions, the right permutations and I think with the calibre of players they have they won't go down this year, that is for sure.
"They have got too many players who have played at the top level and won major honours. It's a tough game for us, on a tight pitch, with a good atmosphere."
Moyesy said: "Bobby Zamora, Junior Hoillett, Adel Taraabt, Park from Man United, and Shaun Wright Phillips... they roll off the tongue very easily, so they have a very strong team and we need to be mindful of that."
Everton from: Howard, Distin, Jagielka, Baines, Neville, Pienaar, Osman, Jelavic, Mucha, Gueye, Heitinga, Anichebe, Mirallas, Naismith, Oviedo, Coleman, Vellios, Hitzlsperger.
Jogger's Starting XI: Tim, Seamus, Jags, Johnny, Bainsey, Nace, Ossie, Phil, Peanuts, Super Kev and Jela.
What's your starting line up?