Everton welcomes Tottenham to the fifth round of the FA Cup tonight in an exciting duel between Premier League teams at Goodison Park

It was supposed to be a hard-fought tie, with Everton seventh in the top division and Tottenham eighth, and both clubs are likely to use strong starting XIs to push their respective trophy droughts forward and end their hosts’ final cutlery in 1995 in that competition, while Spurs won the League Cup in 2008, Jose Mourinho’s side had yet another success when they faced Manchester City in the Carabao Cup final in April, but will definitely be no less motivated to move forward here

Carlo Ancelotti’s Everton were comfortable 3-0 winners against Sheffield Wednesday in the final round of the FA Cup, while Tottenham Wycombe dumped Wycombe with similar ease with a 4-1 win in their last game, Everton came back twice to with Man United drew 3-3 while Spurs ended a bad run with a 2-0 win over West Brom that evening’s meeting will round off the evening’s FA Cup action Man City meet Swansea, Sheffield United as Bristol City and Leicester take on Brighton Follow the live updates of the FA Cup fifth round between Everton and Tottenham as Swansea v Man City closes

Half a chance for Mina as the corner breaks in. He jumps over Hojbjerg, but nods his head wide under pressure from Sanchez

Everton are up against a couple of Spurs corners. Then they go to the other end and win one of their own

Another Spurs counterattack leaves Everton messed up in the background. Son’s shot is deflected this time and goes just over the bar

Olsen again saves Lucas Moura shoots past a few players and finds Son, whose shot is blocked Bergwijn hits the rebound with a sizzling effort, although he hits the goalkeeper directly and is easy to keep out

Another Spurs counterattack fades as Ndombele storms forward and Lamela finds He picks Bergwijn, but the Dutchman is forced to retreat.The spaces are there to be used for the away side

Digne lifts a free kick into the Spurs box, but the flag is offside as the ball falls on Sigurdsson

Olsen is put into action again, this time he dives deep to the right to fend off a long-range Lamela shot

Save well! Doherty cuts the ball in the path of Son, who hits goal for the first time It’s a good size for Olsen and the goalkeeper saves a smart reflex Nothing comes from the following corner

Lucas Moura intercepts a Calvert-Lewin pass and immediately tries to drop Son. But the ball is stubborn and a good chance to break is missed

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