((WATCH>>STREAMS!)) Everton vs Fulham Live Free Online Broadcast 19 December 2023
Everton vs Fulham live stream: How to watch Carabao Cup quarter-final online. The business end of this season's Carabao Cup brings us the Everton vs Fulham live stream and it's set to be a mini-classic. Both sides have found some decent winter form and will have the scent of history in the air with silverware just a three wins away.
There is, perhaps, no force stronger in English football than a wronged Everton FC. Channeling their 10-point EPL penalty, the Toffees have beaten Nottingham Forest, Newcastle, Chelsea and Fulham in the league one after another by an aggregate score of 8-0. Sean Dyche has transformed the blue half of Merseyside into one of the top flight's toughest sides to beat, and, incredibly, for one of the country's most storied clubs, the Toffees have never won the League Cup.
After a worryingly goal-shy start to 2023/24, Fulham have found their shooting boots. Before the weekend defeat at Newcastle, the Cottagers had scored three or more goals in four successive league outings – a run that included back-to-back 5-0 demolitions. The West Londoners have never been beyond the last eight of this competition and after knocking out Tottenham, Norwich and Ipswich, history is on the line for them too.
Everton vs Fulham live stream date, time, channels
The Everton vs Fulham live stream takes place Tuesday December 19.
Time 7:45 p.m. GMT / 2:45 p.m. ET / 11:45 p.m. PT / 6:45 a.m. AEDT (Dec. 20)
U.S. — Watch on ESPN Plus
CAN. — Watch on DAZN
Everton have stunned English football with four back-to-back wins as Sean Dyche’s men have turned around their fortunes since the points deduction.
The Toffees defeated a struggling Burnley side 2-0 as Amadou Onana and Michael Keane bagged a goal a piece to give them three points. The Merseyside outfit would want to continue their scintillating gallop and march through to the next round of the EFL Cup.
Fulham’s winning streak of two consecutive 5-0 wins ended when Newcastle United thumped three goals past them during the weekend.
Raul Jimenez’s early red card saw the Magpies bash three goals past them without reply as Fulham look to revive their goal scoring touch after their Premier League defeat. The Cottagers defeated Ipswich Town in the Round of 16 and would want to challenge Everton’s winning run in the EFL Championship.
The right-back pair of Seamus Coleman and Ashley Young are ruled out of the fixture due to their injuries while the midfield duo of Andre Gomes and Dele Alli is sidelined because of fitness and groin issues, respectively.
Dele Alli has reportedly returned to training but will need a few matches to be available in the matchday squad. Everton’s engine room could feature both of Idrissa Gueye and Jarrad Branthwaite who have returned from their respective suspensions.
Gueye is tipped to return to the squad after Abdoulaye Doucoure was withdrawn as a result of a hamstring concern during their Premier League encounter with Vincent Kompany’s men.
Former Barcelona and Wolves winger Adama Traore is ruled out of the fixture because of a hamstring problem while Tim Ream will be out of action because of a calf issue alongside Calvin Bassey who is ill and is vying to return to the eleven.
The biggest absentee for the visitors would be Mexican forward Raul Jimenez who had started scoring goals for the club after a massive drought but the former Wolves forward will be out of action for the next three games after a disastrous red card against Newcastle.