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  3. Manchester City vs. Chelsea
    2 Man City
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    3 Everton
    1 Swansea
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    3 Sheffield Utd
    1 Nott'm Forest
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    2 Arsenal
    1 Liverpool
  7. Sheffield Wednesday vs. Charlton Athletic
    1 Sheffield Wed
    2 Charlton
  8. Arsenal vs. Everton
    4 Arsenal
    1 Everton
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    2 Sheffield Utd
    0 Charlton
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    3 Hull
    0 Sunderland
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    1 Man City
    2 Wigan
  12. Wigan Athletic vs. Arsenal
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    5 Hull
    3 Sheffield Utd
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Akins fires one final shot at goal but it's too high and wide.
Somehow Stevenage fail to score - Charles bursts through, fires a shot at goal which Robles saves and Everton finally clear the danger after some inital panic.
Everton hit four in the third round and now they've scored four once more. The fifth round is sure to spring up a couple of delicious ties.
Stevenage fans have finally been silenced. Their team have been the victim of a very professional performance from Everton.
GOAL! 4-0 to Everton! Gueye scores just a couple of minutes after coming on with a really tidy finish. He shuffles his way through defenders before sliding the ball into the corner.
Naismith latches onto a wonderful through ball but his touch is too heavy and Day races out to collect.
Stevenage also make a substiution -Andrade comes on, replacing Morais.
Miralles has been replaced by Gueye who makes his first appearance of the season.
Just over 10 minutes left to play now.
The ball falls to Akins six yards out from goal but he makes a mess of it and the chances goes begging.
Just as the ball boy returns from collecting the last clearance, Stevenage plough yet another high one over the top of the stadium. There's only three balls left!
Zoko wins Boro a corner with good work to the left of the goal. Morais takes the setpiece but after a few deflections, it flashes wide.
Stevenage fans are still making plenty of noise, they're enjoying the occasion.
It hasn't been Zoko's day - he's just been flagged offside by a country mile.
First substitute for Stevenage as Parrett replaces Jones.

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Freeman shows his marker a few more step-overs before delivering a cross towards Zoko who does the hard part by bringing the ball down on his chest but then drags his shot wide.
McGeady sees his shot blocked by Hartley on the edge of the area.
Baines goes for goal a long way our but it's always rising and clears the crossbar.
Stevenage have ample opportunity to clear but fail to do so and eventually give away a free-kick.
Miralles blasts the ball over the stand and into the back car park from just outside the area.
Naismith just strays offside but applies a clever finish nonetheless. The referee brandishes the Scottish international a yellow card- quite harsh.
Everton are passing the ball around patiently - they can now relax and think about their trip to Anfield on Tuesday night.
Everton have progressed to the fifth round of this competition in each of the last three seasons.
Smith is the second Stevenage player to be booked this evening after he pulled back Miralles from behind. Just a little bit of frustration creeping through for the home side now.
This could be Heitinga's final appearance in an Everton shirt with Galatasaray reportedly interested in the Dutchman. Not a bad way to say goodbye.
Everton are now firmly in control and with over 30 minutes to play, you would fancy them to increase their lead.
Stevenage failed to clear a corner, Miralles played a delightful overhead kick into the danger area for Heitinga to nod in at the back post.
GOAAAAL! 3-0 and that's game over! Heitinga is the quickest to react from a splendid cross.
A dangerous cross is thrown into Zoko's direction but Robles races out of his area and bravely punches the ball, it only reaches as far as Akins who can't gather any power in his shot.
Some decent build up play from Stevenage releases Freeman on the flank, he twists and turns before completely mis-hitting his cross and that's a waste.
Zoko fires a delicious ball into the six-yard area but there's no one there for the visitors to take advantage.
We understand Oviedo has a suspected broken leg. That's a real blow for the player, Everton and Costa Rica.
Just the one substitute at half-time - Jagielka was replaced by John Heitinga.
And the second-half is underway.
Everton keen to keep possession at the moment.
Barry strikes a thunderous shot towards goal but sees his effort blocked from Hartley.
Six minutes of added time to be played at the end of the first-half.
Freeman powers past Stones but then fires a shot closer to the corner-flag than the net.
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Smith and Jagielka bang heads and it's the Everton player who comes off the worse. He's forced to leave the pitch to receive treatment.
Stones does well to stop a Stevenage attack and then wins his side a free-kick.
OptaJoe: Stevenage's Francois Zoko has scored four goals in three FA Cup appearances this term. Hope.
The free-kick is dangerous but Stevenage do well to clear.
Hartley goes into the referee's book for a late tackle on McGeady and Everton have a chance to whip the ball in from a free-kick out wide.
Stevenage look for a response as Zoko wins his side a corner but the subsequent set-piece is cleared.
OptaJoe: 2 - Steven Naismith has scored more than once in a competitive match for Everton for the first time. Buses.
Naismith was played through but Charles does wonderfully to get himself in between the player and the ball to clear the danger.
Stevenage have been every bit as good as their opponents but find themselves two goals down. It was a bad mistake from the captain to allow Naismith through and he's handed Everton a second goal on a plate.
GOAAL! 2-0! Naismith has doubled his advantage and Everton have some breathing space! Ashton fails to deal with a through ball and the forward takes full advantage to slide the ball underneath the goalkeeper.
Everton have won the FA Cup on five occasions - most recently under Joe Royle in 1995 when they beat Manchester United at Wembley. That win brought Everton their last major trophy. They were more recently beaten by Chelsea in the 2009 final.
Oviedo has been brought straight to hospital and the Everton backroom staff are said to be very concerned at the extent of his ankle injury.
A clever corner from Stevenage is dealt with by the Everton defence.
Morais steps up to take the free-kick and curls it towards the top corner, Robles makes the save but drops the ball in Hartley's path who tries a clever back-heel which the goalkeeper saves and it's another corner for Stevenage.
Freeman comes forward for Stevenage but Barry hacks him down in a dangerous area and the hosts have yet another free-kick in a decent position.
Everton deal with the corner and launch a counter-attack which launches Osman into a decent position but he blasts the ball over the bar.
A really well worked free-kick takes Everton by surprise and Smith hammers it low forcing Robles to parry the ball out for a corner.
Oviedo is taken off on a stretcher as both sets of supporters applaud the midfielder. Leon Osman will replace him.
The seriousness of this injury is evident from the faces of the Everton players. Oviedo is a key player for Costa Rica and was looking forward to Brazil 2014. Let's hope he's okay.
Oviedo concedes a foul outside the area but he looks like he has seriously hurt himself in doing so. The Everton players instantly show their concern and this looks bad.
Akins and Jagielka come together but they both appear to be fine.
Baines' free-kick is cleared and the score remains 1-0.
McGeady draws a foul from Hartley and Everton have a free-kick in a dangerous area out wide.
Akins is penalised for handling the ball whilst trying to bring it down.
It's the Everton fans making the noise at the moment. That early goal seems to have sparked the travelling supporters into life.
Stevenage's best-ever run in the FA Cup was to the fifth round in 2012, when they held Tottenham Hotspur to a draw before losing the replay at White Hart Lane.
That goal hasn't discouraged Stevenage though and only some wonderful defending from Hibbert denies the hosts another opportunity.
Naismith poked the ball home after Stevenage goalkeeper Day's fumbled the ball from Mirallas' shot, McGeady picked the ball up and squared to Naismith who finished well. What a turnaround and a real sickener for the hosts who really should have had the lead just moments before.
GOALLL! 1-0 to Everton! Naismith scores from close range to give the visitors the lead. What a start!
What a chance for Stevenage! Robles pulls off a save from Zoko's shot and then Akins' is blocked by Stones! He should have scored!
The corner doesn't come to anything but it's a bright start for the hosts.
Morais wins an early corner for his side as his cross is blocked by Barry.
Stevenage are famous for creating a cup upset or two and they couldn't ask for a better time to play Everton who are bound to have half an eye on the Merseyside derby on Tuesday night.
And we're off.
The referee brings the match to an end. Everton are through to the fifth round of the FA Cup.
The referee calls the first-half to a halt. Everton lead 2-0 at the break.
Stevenage look like they're setting up with a 4-4-2 formation while the visitors will play a 4-2-3-1 tactic. The home side are gathered around in a huddle, let's hope they're as up for it as their fans are.
We're just moments from kick-off now and there is already a special atmosphere gathering at The Lamex Stadium - can their team produce a special knock-out? We're about to find out...
Westley's side have some reason for hope tonight - Stevenage have lost just three of their last 11 home games in all competitions. But Everton also head into this game with a rather impressive recent record having only lost once in their last 16 games.
These sides hadn't met before in any competition before this season. This evening's match is the second time they've met this campaign however. Everton scraped through the early stages of the Capital One Cup in August after a 2-1 victory at Goodison Park.
Roberto Martinez (Everton): "The home team is always the favourite in these rounds. We are all well aware of the sort of thing we are going to find at the weekend and we have to be prepared for that."
Graham Westley (Stevenage): “We don’t expect victory to come easily. But nobody in football or associated with The FA Cup would want us to go into the game with the mentality of doing anything but win the game. We’re under no illusions of the importance of the game and we will sweat blood to win it."
Everton manager Roberto Martinez fields a relatively strong side which includes Aiden McGeady who is handed his first start. Baines, Mirallas and McCarthy also start as Everton look to avoid a cup upset at the hands of the side who currently prop up League One.
This evening’s hosts are boosted with the involvement of François Zoko and Filipe Morais who Graham Westley had concerns all week over. Dean Parrett is named on the substitutes bench after recovering from a knee injury.
Stevenage: Day, Ashton (c), Jones, Morais, Charles, Akins, Zoko, Heslop, Freeman, Smith, Hartley. Substitutes: Smith, Wedgbury, Burrow, Parrett, Tounkara, Andrade, Deacon. /// Everton: Robles, Hibbert, Baines, Jagielka (c), McGeady, Oviedo, Mirallas, Naismith, McCarthy, Barry, Stones. Substitutes: Howard, Heitinga, Lukaku, Gueye, Osman, Vellios, McAleny.
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PHOTO: Graham Westley signs autographs for fans before entering the stadium

The weather conditions threaten to ruin this evening's match but fingers crossed the game goes ahead. We will keep you up to date.

Rain suddenly falling heavily at the Lamex. Sweeping wind too. And a flash of lightning as we speak. #EFC

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