FT: Everton 3 Swansea City 1

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FT: It's all over at Goodison Park and Everton are into the quarter finals of the FA Cup after seeing off Swansea with a 3-1 win. Second-half goals from Steven Naismith and Leighton Baines proved to be the difference after Jonathan de Guzman had cancelled out Lacina Traore's opener. 3-1.

Robles is almost caught out with a short back-pass which he just about manages to get his foot to and clears up field.

Everton clear the resulting corner. We are into the first of a minimum of four minutes added time at the end of this second half.

Swansea win a corner which de Guzman will deliver after Hernandez played it off Baines' legs. Swansea aren't throwing too many players forward but there is likely to be a decent amount of stoppage time added on.

Everton have used all three of their substitutes but Steven Naismith is leaving the pitch with a head injury sustained in an earlier collision. The hosts will play the final few minutes with 10 men.

Everton make their final change of the afternoon as Gerard Deulofeu replaces Kevin Mirallas.

Jose Canas and Leroy Lita are both booked following the latter's challenge on McCarthy.

There are a few strong challenges flying in now as Lita catches McCarthy inside the Everton half. There's a brief altercation between a couple of players but it seems to be under control by Kevin Friend.

Amat clatters Naismith again. There seems to be a bit of bad blood between those two, or certainly on the part of the Swansea defender at least. It appears to be a case of winding down the clock now for Everton.

Everton are considering a change with Gerard Deulofeu warming up. Naismith is back on his feet though.

Jordi Amat is booked for a cynical challenge on Naismith, blatantly blocking off the striker with his shoulder.

Naismith is down clutching his face after being clattered by Amat who he had got the better of with a smart piece of skill. There will be a brief break in play while Naismith receives treatment.

Swansea are mounting a bit of pressure but are yet to really trouble the Everton defence this second half.

Naismith has gone down in the box under the close marking of Canas. The referee intervenes and Mirallas can eventually get his corner in. Jagielka meets it but he's on his back foot and he glances a header well wide.

Naismith picks out Mirallas down the left flank and he wins a corner off the legs of Amat. Mirallas will take.

Barry picks out Mirallas in space on the right, he cuts inside of Taylor before losing out but Everton's attack continues as they camp in the Swansea half.

Swansea did have a free-kick in a relatively attacking position as Jagielka brought down Lita. It was played short and the move came to nothing. They've just lacked that killer touch in the final third.

Everton are cruising now as they knock the ball across the back four. Swansea look as though they are consigned to defeat.

It's hard to see any way back for Swansea after that. They can't have too many complaints about the penalty decision after the ball rebounded into Naismith's path, leaving the defence in trouble and Richards just clipped him with a late challenge. Baines never looked like missing and Everton look set to secure their place in the quarter finals.

GOAL! Leighton Baines makes no mistake from the spot as he emphatically sends Tremmel the wrong way and finds the bottom corner. 3-1.

PENALTY! Everton are awarded a penalty after Richards clipped Naismith inside the area. Baines to take.

Dyer hauls down Barry deep inside the Everton half and the hosts have a free-kick. He was just a bit too eager there Dyer.

Garry Monk makes his final substitution as Roland Lamah makes way for Leroy Lita.

Big chance for Everton to kill this game off as Mirallas blazes over after some excellent full-back play from Coleman who surged forward before picking out the Belgium international who was unmarked in the area. He really should have hit the target there.

That was exactly the impact Martinez will have had in mind when he introduced Naismith just minutes ago, but in truth, that was a gift from Taylor who was far too casual with his pass back to Tremmel and the Scotland striker was there to take advantage. The home fans are in good voice now.

GOAL! Steven Naismith capitalises on Neil Taylor's short back-pass and slides it in the bottom corner past Tremmel. 2-1.

That said, the Toffees are inches away from retaking the lead as Pienaar heads wide from Coleman's pin-point cross. Should have buried that.

Swansea have defended well though, limiting Everton to mainly long-range efforts.

Martinez has gone for experience to try as Everton look for a winner. It's been a mixed start to this second half for them and the home crowd is becoming restless.

Everton make a double substitution as Steven Naismith and Leon Osman are introduced for the final half-hour, replacing Lacina Traore and Ross Barkley in like-for-like changes.

Barkley collects the ball on the edge of the area. Driving forward, he splits open the Swansea defence before attempting to sit a cross up towards the back post. It looks to have taken a deflection on its way but a goalkick is given, much to the disapproval of Barkley.

Traore comes deep before spraying a cross-field ball towards Mirallas. He loses out but the Everton attack remains alive as Coleman bursts forward down the right.

Mirallas tries to skip away from Richards and the ball bobbles almost fortuitously towards Traore, but the big striker can't quite get it under control and Swansea clear. The home fans are becoming increasingly frustrated.

Swansea are growing in confidence with every attack. De Guzman and Dyer are causing problems on the break. They look to feed in Vazquez, only for the referee to stop play for a foul on Distin and Everton are awarded a free-kick on the edge of their area.

Dyer can't get a cross away and Barkley plays it back to Robles. Everton can break through Mirallas, they have Traore also forward but the move breaks down.

Mirallas plays it short to Baines and Everton look to put a training ground move into practice as there are a couple of neat exchanges on the edge of the box. It almost finds its way to Barkley but Swansea eventually clear.

Mirallas wins a corner off Taylor who did well to block his cross. Mirallas will take it from the right.

Everton are starting to find space and Coleman has acres of it out on the right. He glides into the area with a couple of step overs but ends up beating himself and Swansea clear up field.

Mirallas cuts inside to find Barkley on the edge of the area. He wriggles into a shooting position and drills a left-footed effort towards goal which Tremmel is equal to as he blocks it down to his right.

McCarthy seizes onto the loose ball after de Guzman's heavy touch. He looks for the run of Mirallas, only to see Tremmel rush off his line to clear.

Williams' hopeful ball over the top is too heavy for the run of Vazquez and Everton have a goalkick as they look to get a hold of the ball.

Robles finds touch following Baines' back-pass from a tight angle. Everton regain possession but Barkley can't get away from Canas and it goes all the way back to Tremmel. Cagey start to this half.

Swansea kick-off the second half and we're back underway at Goodison Park.

Swansea make a half-time change as Nathan Dyer replaces Wayne Routledge in a straight swap.

HT: The referee signals for half-time and it's level at Goodison Park. Lacina Traore opened the scoring on his Toffees debut after just four minutes, but Jonathan de Guzman equalised with a header. Decent 45 minutes of football and it remains firmly in the balance. 1-1.

We are into the first of two minutes added time at the end of this first half.

The free-kick is whipped in towards the near post where Jagielka flicks it towards goal. It's going just wide but Tremmel opts to punch it away and Swansea eventually clear their lines.

Coleman is clattered by Taylor on the right after a perfect ball from Barry. Free-kick to Everton in a good crossing position which Baines will take.

It's pretty frantic and at the other end Barkley fires wide from the edge of the area after being invited to shoot by the Swansea defence who just stood off him. Really should have hit the target there.

Lamah has time and space once again down the left. He whips a delivery across goal but Vazquez isn't quite on the same wave-length and it goes behind.

Swansea are grateful that Baines is wasteful and they can break through Lamah as the ball is switched across the field. He has support in the area but opts to shoot, only for Robles to deny him at the near post.

Everton's subsequent attack comes to nothing although they are applying all of the pressure on the Swansea goal.

Mirallas forces Tremmel into a smart save to deny his goalbound effort. Traore stepped away from the wall, leaving a gap and the Belgian just tried to curl it inside the post. Decent effort.

Richards clips Mirallas on the edge of the box and Everton have a free-kick in a very dangerous area. Baines, Mirallas and Barkley are all eyeing it as Tremmel lines up his wall.

Other than the equaliser, Swansea haven't had too many sights on goal, but they do pose a threat in attack, particularly on the break. You can't help but feel that they would benefit from someone like Bony up front.

Lamah flashes a ball across the box from wide on the left which evades everyone and goes harmlessly behind for a goalkick.

Everton are leaving themselves quite open due to the amount of men they have supporting every attack. Swansea break through Vazquez down the right who finds the stands with an audacious lob.

Everton are patient in their build-up play, just coaxing Swansea onto them to leave gaps behind the defence but they are unable to carve an opening.

Williams is forced straight into action as he gets across Traore to cut out Mirallas' searching ball and find touch for an Everton throw-in.

Ashley Williams replaces the injured Kyle Bartley for the visitors. Bartley limps down the tunnel.

It looks as though Bartley's afternoon is going to be over. He was desperate to carry on through the pain but a challenge with Traore has just left him in further agony.

Pienaar's effort is blocked by Tremmel from an acute angle before he stoops to head Coleman's cross into the arms of the Swansea goalkeeper.

Bartley is insisting he is okay to continue as Canas fills in for him in defence while he is off the pitch. Williams has sat back down on the bench.

Bartley has been struggling in these last few moments and it's worrying for Swansea as he is down receiving attention on the pitch. Ashley Williams is preparing to come on.

It's been end-to-end throughout these opening stages and it's showing no signs of letting up as Mirallas fires wide. It was an incisive Everton break with Barry feeding Coleman out on the right, he crossed from Mirallas who was unable to get a true connection and it rolled wide.

Barkley loses possession in midfield and Swansea can attack through Lamah. He has Vazquez and Hernandez in space but can't quite make his mind up where to go and his indecision sees him dispossessed and the move breaks down.

Chance for Everton as Baines bursts down the left. He cuts it back to Pienaar who clips the bar with a dipping effort, the ball falls for Traore who heads back towards goal but Tremmel's reflexes are excellent and he sprawls across his line to gather. Great attacking football from the hosts.

Baines takes his time over a throw-in before Everton control possession and look to attack.

Barkley looks to feed Coleman who was darting into the area from full-back, but his through ball appears to have taken a bit of a nick from Bartley and Tremmel is able to collect.

Pienaar is back on the pitch and Barkley wins a free-kick just ahead of the centre circle which he will play short.

Pienaar took a bit of a heavy knock from Richards just after that goal and is currently receiving treatment off the field.

It was a great Swansea move for the goal. Neil Taylor whipped an inviting delivery into the area from the left wing and de Guzman just ghosted in between Distin and Baines to equalise. Game on.

GOAL! Swansea equalise as Jonathan de Guzman times his run to perfection before heading past Robles from inside the area. 1-1.

There's a bit of a heart-in-mouth moment for the home crowd as Pienaar pings a back-pass towards Robles that would have been better suited at the opposite end. Thankfully for the hosts, it evades the bar and Robles claims the resulting corner.

Pienaar and Baines combine to halt Swansea's attack down their right with Routledge and Richards both looking to work a way into a crossing position.

Everton with some lovely build-up play on the edge of the area, with Traore and Pienaar involved before Mirallas' through ball is too heavy for Coleman who was surging down the right wing.

Robles rushes off his line to smother the ball at the feet of Hernandez before at the other end, Mirallas storms into the area, only to be blocked off by Bartley. Good start to this game.

Jagielka's clearance is poor but de Guzman is unable to react quick enough to capitalise and his heavy touch goes behind for a goalkick.

Barkley drags a left-footed effort wide of Tremmel's goal after skipping away from de Guzman. He just couldn't quite get a proper hold of that but the youngster is looking lively already.

Traore is certainly giving Swansea plenty to think about in defence, Tremmel is able to clear under pressure but the striker is covering lots of ground, giving nobody any time on the ball.

What a start for Everton and what a start for Lacina Traore. He was always going to cause problems with his height, but the 6 foot 8 striker adjusted his feet superbly to guide that past Tremmel after Distin kept a cool head to find him. Good feet for a big man, or so the saying goes.

GOAL! Lacina Traore puts Everton into the lead on his debut, back-heeling home from close-range after Distin's ball. 1-0.

Barkley draws a foul from Routledge in a decent crossing position just to the left-hand side of the area. Baines and Mirallas stand over it. The big striker Traore is waiting in the box.

Big, big early chance for Swansea! Hernandez played Vazquez in on goal with a defence-splitting through ball. The striker rounded the onrushing Robles but took it slightly wide. He tried to pull it back but Everton had men covered and it ends up in Robles' arms. Vazquez should have done better there. Warning for Everton.

Everton get us underway at a sunny Goodison Park.

Final email before kick-off and it's from James Newton. He says: "From a sunny Manchester, 17 month old Poppy whilst sat in her pram sees the Toffees beating the Swans 2-0! The big man Traore will score on his debut, Gaz Baz will push for an England place with a goal and Joel will keep a clean sheet. Next round here we come!"

Goodison Park impeccably observes a minute's silence in respect to England and Preston legend Sir Tom Finney who sadly passed away on Friday aged 91.

The teams are out at Goodison Park with minutes remaining until kick-off. There's a potential kit clash here as Swansea are in their reverse purple/navy blue and yellow away kit while Everton are in their traditional blue and white. This could be a test...

Thanks to Andrew Reilly who has emailed in. He says: "Liverpool Fan here Ryan, hoping for a Swansea win but I'm gonna say Everton 2 vs 0 Swansea. Big Traore double."

If you're fancying a flutter on this afternoon's action, our friends over at Sky Bet have got it covered with a number of Price Boosts. Ross Barkley found the net at the Liberty Stadium before Christmas and he is 8/1 to open the scoring today. The hosts are 4/9 to win, a draw is 7/2 while a Swansea victory is a generous 7/1.

We are around 15 minutes away from kick-off at Goodison Park which means that there's still plenty of time to get your thoughts and score predictions sent in. Feel free to either Tweet me: @ryanparrish1919 or drop me a line via email to ryan.parrish@bskyb.com.

All eyes seem to be on Lacina Traore as the striker makes his Everton debut this afternoon. But what do we know about him, other than the fact that he's a bit tall? Well, at 6"8 he's the tallest outfield player in Premier League history. Everton signed him in January on loan from Monaco, although his name may be familiar on Merseyside as he scored against Liverpool in last season's Europa League for Anzhi Makhachkala. Certainly one to watch this afternoon.

Alan Semple has also emailed with his prediction. He says: "Looking forward to this one, two good passing teams, think Everton will control it though with an easy 3-0 win and will beat Liverpool in the next round."

Jason Riley (@Jason46Riley) on Twitter says: "Going for 2-0 Everton, Traore first goal." While Greg Shaw via email says: "Its nice to see that apart from Robles, Martinez has put his best side out. That man has respect oozing out of him!"

Harry Dalziel (@SillyChooch) has Tweeted in. He says: "Good performance from Everton this season, sad to see Naismith on the bench. He has been on hot form!"

For the visitors, Garry Monk has made wholesale changes from the side that drew 1-1 at Stoke on Wednesday night. Jose Canas, Wayne Routledge and Pablo Hernandez are the only ones to keep their place in the team, with Neil Taylor taking the captain's armband.

Roberto Martinez makes three changes from the side that fell to a 1-0 defeat away to Tottenham last weekend. Lacina Traore makes his Everton debut up front in place of Steven Naismith, Ross Barkley comes in for Leon Osman while Joel Robles replaces Tim Howard between the sticks.

Thanks also to Chris Green who has emailed us his score prediction. He says: "Everton to win 5-1, with Baines, Piennar, Traore (2) and Naismith scoring the goals."

Thanks to Swansea fan Richard Williams who has emailed in. He is underwhelmed by the team that Garry Monk has selected, saying: "Disappointed at the Swans' line-up, complete lack of ambition sadly."

As always, you can get in touch before, during and after the game with your thoughts and score predictions. You can either Tweet me: @ryanparrish1919 or drop me a line via email to ryan.parrish@bskyb.com and a selection of the best will be published ahead of kick-off.

Swansea subs v Everton: Vorm, Williams, Tiendalli, Britton, Dyer, Bony, Lita.

Everton subs v Swansea: Howard, Stones, Hibbert, McGeady, Deulofeu, Naismith, Osman.

Swansea XI v Everton: Tremmel, Richards, Bartley, Amat, Taylor, Canas, de Guzman, Lamah, Hernandez, Routledge, Vazquez.

Everton XI v Swansea: Joel, Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Mirallas, Barkley, Pienaar, Traore.

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