David Moyes marks his 200th Premier League away game in charge of Everton against QPR on Sunday in front of the Sky Sports cameras.
This fixture ended in a 1-1 draw last March with Dutchman Royston Drenthe giving Everton the lead with a powerful low drive in the 31st minute before Rangers levelled through Bobby Zamora five minutes later.
The international break has given Everton the chance to catch their breath after what has been a whirlwind start to the season.
David Moyesâ€™ side are riding high in the Premier League currently sit fourth in the table on 14 points after seven games – five shy of leaders Chelsea and face a QPR side that have yet to record a win in this seasonâ€™s Premier League.
Everton have taken seven points from four games on their travels this season with two wins and a draw. (Aston Villa 3-1, Swansea 3-0, Wigan 2-2 with Wigan) and will look to be among the goals again this weekend.
Mark Hughesâ€™ side have conceded two or more goals in their three matches at home so far (Swansea 0-5, West Ham 1-2) with the 0-0 draw against Chelsea being the high point.
Everton are 11/4 to win the game to nil with Paddy Power.
The Toffees signed off with 2-2 draw away to Wigan before the World Cup qualifiers but were rocked by the news that Marouane Fellaninâ€™s knee injury was more serious than first thought.
The Belgian international is out of Sundayâ€™s game with Mark Hughesâ€™ side and faces a race against time to be fit for the Merseyside derby a week later.
Fellaini is Evertonâ€™s joint top Premier League scorer on the road with two goals along with Nikica Jelavic who has scored 11 in his last 12 games.
The visitors to score â€˜exactly two or three goalsâ€™ are even money with â€˜exactly two goalsâ€™ trading at 13/5 with the online firm.