FT: Arsenal 4 Everton 1

Arsenal are through to the semi-finals as the final whistle goes.

Jenkinson caught offside so a late free-kick to Everton deep in their own half.

Free-kick to Arsenal just in the Everton half after Ozil is fouled.

Deep cross from the Everton left is nodded clear by Ozil in hos own area as Coleman closes in.

Jenkinson sees the ball safely behind for an Arsenal goal-kick. There will be three extra minutes.

Gibbs off, Carl Jenkinson on.

Giroud nearly grabs his hat-trick but his shot from the edge of the Everton area is just wide.

GOAL GIROUD: Everton are caught pressing forward as Cazorla wins the ball on the edge of his own area and an attack involving Rosicky and Ozil is rounded off by a cool finish from the Frenchman again.

GOAL GIROUD: Not long though before Giroud is on the scoresheet as he sidefoots home well from eight yards following a cross from Sagna.

Neat play from Giroud and Ozil but McCarthy is back well to clear the danger.

Vermaelen heads clear from his own area and gets a stray boot from McGeady in the chest for his troubles.

The Gunners very happy to take the pace out of the game and keep possession in the middle of the pitch.

Baines whips in a free-kick from the left with pace by Mertesacker meets it first and heads clear from his own area.

Oxlade-Chamberlain goes off to a good round of applause and Tomas Rosicky is on.

Pienaar hobbles off and is replaced by Leon Osman. Mirallas off as well and Aiden McGeady is on.

Corner on the left for Everton as Vermaelen clears a dangerous cross from Baines. The Toffees keep possession and another shot from Barkley goes just wide. Pienaar on the ground looking in some discomfort.

Everton look ready to make a couple of changes.

Cross-come-shot from the right half of the Arsenal area by Mirallas is saved well by Fabianski.

Nice try from Sagna to find Oxlade-Chamberlain down the right but even the speedy Englishman can't quite keep the ball in play.

McCarthy gets frustrated and his tackle leads to a yellow card.

GOAL ARTETA. The Spaniard goes to the other side of Joel this time and finishes with aplomb above the outstretched arms of the 'keeper.

Arteta scores the penalty but it has to be retaken after Giroud strays into the area and is booked.

Penalty to the hosts as Barry trips Oxlade-Chamberlain after the latter eludes him next to the byline.

Everton probe on the edge of the Arsenal area and then go wide to Mirallas but he trips over as he attempts to centre and it is a goal-kick to the hosts.

Good control by Mirallas to get on to a through ball but the flag goes up for an offside.

Another methodical build-up from Arsenal and a teasing cross from the left by Ozil nearly gets a vital touch from Giroud but Distin makes a timely challenge.

Arsenal make a change as Sanogo is replaced up front by Olivier Giroud.

Arteta on the floor with a foot injury but the ref waves play on. Everton in the end kick the ball out for the game to stop.

Whistle goes for an Everton free-kick in their own area as the corner is delivered.

Good attempt from Cazorla from just inside the Everton area but Joel is up to the task and pushes it behind for an Arsenal corner.

Coleman takes his time to set himself for a shot from the edge of the Arsenal area but Gibbs does well to block.

Woeful defending by Laurent Koscielny gives the ball to Lukaku on the right flank and he sets up Barkley 16 yards out after a strong run into the box. Barkley fires a very good chance just over though.

Cazorla takes a chance on the volley from edge of the Everton area but it is well wide of the target.

Arsenal add another to their corner count and McCarthy heads clear decisively from his near-post.

Arteta takes a free-kick on the left and his delivery into the Everton box towards Thomas Vermaelen is dealt with by Distin.

Sanogo can't quite control a cross from the Gibbs six yards out and Everton clear.

Arsenal keep possession well as they probe and a cross from the right by Sagna is volleyed into the ground from the edge of the Everton area by Oxlade-Chamberlain and easily caught by Joel.

Everton try to work an opening down the right after some good possession in the middle of the pitch but Mirallas fires his pass beyond Coleman and it is an Arsenal throw.

Free-kick to Everton on halfway as Pienaar is floored by Arteta.

Ball down the right from Sagna to Sanogo but the latter is easily shrugged off and ends up on the turf.

Arsenal get the game restarted.

All square at the interval then and Sky Bet make Arsenal 5/4 for the win, Everton 3/1 and the draw 11/8. The lively Kevin Mirallas is the subject of a half-time Price Boost to score next and can be backed at 18/1.

Late chance for Coleman to get a cross in from the right in the Arsenal area but he stumbles under pressure and can't deliver. That is it though for the first period and the whistle goes.

Another Arsenal corner on the elft but the pressure on the Everton goal is relieved when Baines is fouled.

Lukaku tries to find Coleman on the right but his ball is too strong and Arsenal clear. There will be two additional minutes.

Oxlade-Chamberlain gives the ball away on halfway to Lukaku and the striker surges all the way into the Arsenal box. He has support but decides to go on his own and Oxlade-Chamberlain gets back to make amends for his error with a great tackle.

Corner on the left to Arsenal taken by Ozil and Everton clear after a bit of a scramble.

Lovely cross from the left by Ozil is met on the volley on the edge of the Everton area by Cazorla but his attempt is deflected behind by Distin for a corner.

Throw to Everton just inside the Arsenal half taken by Coleman.

Good ball for Ozil to chase down the right from Cazorla but his control is poor and it is behind for an Everton goal-kick.

Cazorla takes the free-kick into a great area. It drops in the six-yard box but fortunately for Everton ends up in the arms of Joel.

Free-kick on the right for Arsenal as Distin brings down Sagna near the corner flag.

Chance now for Mirallas in the Arsenal box as he cuts back on to his right foot but slips as he shoots and his effort has no power - Fabianski gathers comfortably.

Joel forced into action once more as he palms an Oxlade-Chamberlain shot behind for a corner.

GOAL LUKAKU: Superb surging run from Barkley and then a fantastic cross finds a sliding Mirallas inside the six-yard box. His effort spins away from goal but straight to the Belgian, who taps in to an empty net.

Good strength in the run of Arteta and he finds Oxlade-Chamberlain on the right but Baines does well to get in the way of the return ball.

Long ball from the back towards Lukaku is dealt with by Mertesacker but the flag goes up for an offside anyway.

Flamini tries to rifle a ball through to Ozil but it is much too hard and is behind for another Everton goal-kick.

The corner is delivered and Stones clears before Seamus Coleman then hits a further clearance onto Cazorla and it is behind for an Everton goal-kick.

Distin forced to conceded corner on the right for Arsenal.

Free-kick on the left for Arsenal as Cazorla is shoved over in rather clumsy fashion.

Mathieu Flamini goes in the book for a rash lunge on the ankle of John Stones.

Another cross from the right by Sagna and Joel this time manages to palm the ball on to his own post.

Cazorla is set up on the edge of the Everton area but is a bit cramped for room and can't get his shot away.

Sagna's cross from the right deflects up in the from Baines but Joel chooses to punch rather than catch and looks far from convincing.

Oxlade-Chamberlain cuts in from the left and tries his luck from 25 yards but his effort hits James McCarthy and deflects behind for a corner.

Poor ball by Ozil is intercepted by Pienaar and he looks for Lukaku but Per Mertesacker gets a cross well to clear for a throw-in.

Another chance for Arsenal and this time it is Kieran Gibbs who is thwarted as his sliced shot is blocked after a good break down the left.

Good header down from Lukaku on halfway finds Pienaar but the latter choses the wrong option with his pass and the ball ends up with Lukasz Fabianski.

The delivery is cleared by Sanogo, who then tries to launch a quick attack for the hosts only to give the ball away.

Free-kick on the right for Everton in a threatening spot.

Great ball from Ross Barkley for Mirallas to chase down the right but Ozil chases him and gets in the challenge to win a goal-kick for Arsenal.

The pressure increases again up the other end as Arsenal win two corners. The second is headed clear by Sylvain Distin.

Everton almost level as a great cutback from Mirallas is almost forced home by Pienaar but the hosts survive thanks to a last-ditch challenge by Bacary Sagna.

The corner is played short and Ozil's cross is poor. The ball ends up with Oxlade-Chamberlain on the edge of the Everton area and his shot is parries by the busy Joel.

Arsenal keep up the pressure as Joel is forced into the save from Sanogo and concedes the corner.

GOAL MESUT OZIL: The German ends a long scoring drought as he is set up nicely by Santi Cazorla and fires tidily across Joel in the Everton net.

Free-kick is played short and then crossed in by Leighton Baines. Romelu Lukaku can't get a clean header or shot goalward and it is scrambled clear by the Gunners defence.

Strong challenge from Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on Steven Pienaar and Everton have a free-kick on the left in the Arsenal half.

Kevin Mirallas challenges for a high ball just inside the Arsenal half and it breaks favourably for him but he slips and can't chase it down.

Throw to Everton on the right deep in their own half after Yaya Sanogo is unable to retrieve a through ball.

Early clash between Mikel Arteta and Gareth Barry just inside the Everton half with the Englishman coming off worse from a stray elbow. He is back on his feet though.

Everton get us under way at the Emirates.

Hi to Thomas Armitage: "I'm a 9 year old gunners fan and I'm hoping for a 2-0 arsenal win, with Ozil assisting both and Sanogo and Giroud to score #COYG."

Hello to Keelan Twomey "Hi david. Have a good feeling today, I think the verminator is raring to go, and have a feeling he'll score, and ozil to get the other.. 2-0!! COYG! Please post this, following your commentary while at work today!" Happy to oblige!

A quick update on the match odds with Sky Bet as they make Arsenal the 21/20 favourites with Everton 5/2 and the draw on offer at 12/5. As ever, Sky Bet have some Price Boosts on their first goalscorer markets with the odds on Santi Cazorla and Kevin Mirallas increased to open the scoring.

Good afternoon to Rich Gregory: "Everton to get a win today 2-1, lukaku to score both for the blues and giroud off the bench for arsenal. Hoping Barkley will back to his best today! Come on you blues, Allez Allez oh!!!"

Good afternoon to Matt from Bishops Stortford: "So looking forward to this - the tie of the round easily. Though Arsenal are a hard team to beat at any time, I have this sneaking feeling that Everton have just enough today to get a positive result. Lukaku returning is a massive filip and he is usually good for a late goal so I'm hedging my bets between 1-1 and 1-2 with Lukaku as last goalscorer."

Hello again to Chris Green from Huddersfield: "Arsenal to win 2-0, with Ozil and Sanogo scoring the goals."

Hi to Josh Wing: "Not a bad line-up for Arsenal. Hopefully the Gunners can put the Stoke game behind them and come back in full force."

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger names a strong starting XI which includes club-record signing Mesut Ozil. Captain Thomas Vermaelen comes into defence in place of Laurent Koscielny, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Mathieu Flamini are also in the side, which has Lukasz Fabianski in goal with Yaya Sanogo handed another chance to impress in attack. England midfielder Jack Wilshere will be out for at least six weeks after he fractured his foot during England's friendly with Denmark. Everton are without captain Phil Jagielka because of a hamstring injury, so 19-year-old John Stones starts in defence again. Spaniard Joel Robles is in goal, while on-loan Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku starts up front.

Everton: Robles, Coleman, Stones, Distin, Baines, McCarthy, Barry, Mirallas, Barkley, Pienaar, Lukaku. Subs: Hibbert, McGeady, Deulofeu, Naismith, Osman, Howard, Browning.

Arsenal: Fabianski, Sagna, Mertesacker, Vermaelen, Gibbs, Flamini, Arteta, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ozil, Cazorla, Sanogo. Subs: Rosicky, Podolski, Giroud, Viviano, Jenkinson, Miyaichi, Gnabry.

Good afternoon and welcome along to our live interactive coverage of the game between Arsenal and Everton in the FA Cup. Feel free to drop me a line at david.john@bskyb.com with your views on what you think is going to happen.

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