Former Everton star Ian Snodin believes that the Toffees will have to be at their best if they are to beat QPR at Loftus Road on Sunday.
Unlike Everton, Mark Hughes’ side have been having a difficult start to the season, however the Welshman has received a boost of confidence from the club’s owners.
Despite a poor start, QPR have shown their intent by spending a lot of money on players during the summer months, with the influx of players naturally taking time to bed in.
Everton’s fine form this season has not been short of slip ups and when they travel down to the capital, David Moyes will be reminding his players to be on their guard.
Snodin believes that they must set out on their travels with the same intent wherever they’re playing.
“They must get going at full throttle from the first whistle, in which case their quality should shine through in the end,” he told the Liverpool Echo.