Everton v Sheffield Wednesday live stream, BT Sport, Sunday 24 January, 8pm GMT
Everton will be looking to avoid an upset when they welcome Sheffield Wednesday to Goodison Park in the FA Cup fourth round.
Carlo Ancelotti’s side made hard work of their third-round meeting with Rotherham, requiring extra time to see off the Championship strugglers. They will again be faced by opponents who will look to sit deep and make life difficult for the Toffees, but Ancelotti will want to see more from his attackers against an obdurate defence. Without a trophy since 1995, Everton fans will be keen to see the club take the FA Cup seriously this year.
Tony Pulis’ departure from Hillsborough towards the end of December could prove to be the turning point in Sheffield Wednesday’s season. Since then the Owls have collected six points from six in the Championship and booked a spot in the fourth round of the FA Cup by beating Exeter 2-0. Neil Thompson remains in caretaker charge for now, but masterminding a shock victory over Everton at Goodison Park could earn him a contract until the end of the season at least.
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Midfield trio Allan, Jean-Philippe Gbamin and Fabian Delph will be missing for Everton, while Ancelotti is unlikely to risk Dominic Calvert-Lewin from the start. Anthony Gordon, Cenk Tosun, Robin Olsen, Andre Gomes, Bernard and Niels Nkounkou will all hope to feature, with Ancelotti likely to rest some of his first-team regulars.
Wednesday will have to make do without Joost van Aken, Aden Flint and Dominic Iorfa, but Jack Marriott could return to the side for the first time since returning to the club after a loan spell at Derby. Massimo Luongo, Julian Borner and Josh Windass are all in line to return to the matchday squad, while Chelsea have agreed to let Izzy Brown participate after the loanee sat out in the third round.
Kick-off is at 8pm GMT and the game is being shown on BT Sport 1 in the UK. See below for watching details where you are.
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