Last Updated: 27/03/12 11:15pm
Well thanks for your company and messages tonight. I got through as many as I could. I'm off to hear from the managers. All the reaction to come on www.skysports.com
Now here from Sunderland, Campbell through on goal. But the ball gets caught in his feet and he loses his balance. Down he goes and Howard grasps the ball
Good work from Stracqualursi to win a corner for Everton. They will take as long as they can over this.
Bendtner beats Neville in the air for the ball. But can't link up with Larsson. Everton clear the ball into the Sunderland half
Another late corner for Sunderland. Everton with everyone back in the box get it clear. And it is Jagielka who breaks forward. Brought down by Cattermole. The defender would have been through on goal otherwise
Sunderland give the ball away on halfway. Jelavic runs at Turner. Turns him one way, then the other, has a chance to shoot but decides to turn once more and the chance is gone.
McClean takes it short to Vaughan, they win another corner. This time McClean whips it in first time and appeals for handball go up against Distin. Ref no interested
McClean takes on and beats Fellaini. Gets a cross in, but for all the attacking changes, there was noone in the box for Sunderalnd. Distin clears.
Poor pass from Cattermole allows Gueye to counter. Sumderland need do better when they have the ball.
McClean cuts inside, but that is where all the bodies were. Would have been better going to the touchline. Game has lost its shape.
Larsson with a wild tackle on Neville. He got lucky Neville got to his feet quickly but still wants to have a go at him
Martin O'Neill on the sideline was more worried with the time that was wasted by his own players rather than Neville's challenge which he had a close up view of.
Neville and McClean challenge for the ball. And here comes Cattermole wanting to get invovled. Bardsley now has come right across the pitch as well getting right in the face of Neville.
Fellaini booked. With Everton pushed forward the midfielder decides to take a yellow and break the game up
Gibson sends Jelavic away down the right flank. Osman is challenged by Turner in the box. Everton fans behind the goal want a penalty but nothing doing.
Cattermole has no options for the pass as he comes forward, cut out by Gibson and forward come Everton once more.
Jelavic and Gueye don't quite link up that time however and it is a goal-kick. Sunderland defence has been all over the place tonight.
Gibson has a go from distance. Always curling away from goal. But Sunderland struggling to get any prolonged spells in the Everton half. Blues seem to be able to come forward at will.
Gueye booked for a foul on McClean. Larsson takes the free-kick from half way and it is out for a goal kick
Jelavic brings a great save out of Mignolet. Another fast move from Everton. Sunderland's defence is all over the place.
Everton getting everyone back when they don't have the ball. Not giving Sunderland any room to play.
Turner plays a blind pass. Straight to Cahill, he gives it to Jelavic, one on one with Mignolet. But slots it wide from about 16 yards. Bad miss.
Was a great ball whipped into the back post, and Howard was beaten by the dip. Sessengnon was stretching for the ball in the air hit the post
Sunderland need a goal quickly. McClean wins a corner. Larsson takes. Sesgnon hits the post. Howard was beaten
Fellaini played in Jelavic. The pass sent him wide, but his shot beat Mignolet. Vaughan then under no pressure makes a mess of his control. It hits his left ankle, then his right and goes into his own net.
Baines bursting forward for Everton, but loses out. Toffees a man light at the back as Sunderland counter, but Gardner and Larsson don't make the most of the chance. Gueye gets a ball to Jelavic who's shot is saved easily.
Cahill wins a throw high up the pitch. Neville's long throw is allowed to bounce by Turner. And Mignolet had to be alert to spare his defenders blushes
Howard has the ball at his feet. long towards Jelavic. Kygiakos gets it away. But Heitinga sends it straight back at them. When Sunderland do get it away. It's a very, very poor pass into Bendtner from Bardsley
Gueye does some fantastic work on the left wing. Cuts the cross back to Gibson on the edge of the box who shoots, and Sunderland throw themselves in front of the ball and get a block on it.
Good tackle from Kyrgiakos on Jelavic, gets the ball, but once again the Everton striker goes rolling on the deck. But surprise, surprise once the ball is put out of play he is back up on his feet.
Gueye takes it. It's a Sunderland head that flicks it on. Comes to Osman at the back post. What a great volley. Mignolet beaten all ends up. But goes narrowly wide.
Let's see if Martin O'Neill has inspired his team dring the break. Both sides now attacking goals with their own fans behind it.
McClean running down the left wing, beats Neville and then gets body-checked by Fellaini, referee doe't give the free-kick. Straight up the other end and it is Jelavic challenging Kygiakos. The defender goes down, and the ref eventually gives a free-kick. Everton don't feel there was much of a foul committed
Sunderland pushing for an equaliser before half-time, but that has left them short at the back after Jelavic wins it off Turner. He cut back and tried to find Cahill but Sunderland cut it out. Maybe he should have kept going and taken on Kyrgiakos or shot from the edge of the box.
In the end Bradsley and Bendtner were on different wave lengths when he tried to play the ball forward
Sunderland trying to pass the ball around and keep possession for a few minutes. Everton with everyone behind the ball.
Cahill tries a delicate flick over the top for Jelavic to chase, but the striker had to check his run. Needed the pass sooner
Great defending from Neville. Showing all his experience to deal with McClean's threat. Sessengnon then runs at the heart of the Everton defence, Fellaini brings him down from behind. Ref says nothing doing
Fellaini wins the flick on from Neville's throw. Jelavic hits it goalwards, but no power in the shot
Jelavic, Cahill and Osman try to link up, Sunderland crowd them out with sheer numbers. But here come Everton again. Neville wins a throw high up the pitch
Free-kick on the left wing. Larssona dn McClean over it. Larsson goes for goal, but curls it wide. Howard wa't worried
Sunderland looking to get theur passing game going. Gibson holds back Sessengnon after a mix up between Gibson and Heitinga nearly let the Sunderland man in. Free kick
McClean whips it in. Howard punches it to Bardsley. Chests the ball down and hits it on the volley. Just over
Sunderland free kick. Larsson takes, driven in. Cahill gets his head on it. Kyrgiakos sheperds it out for a corner
But as I say that Bendtner has a great chance to level, ball is whipped into the six yard box. Baines gets across to help out his centre backs
More good build up play from Everton, Osman once again involved but Sunderland survive. They are looking the more threatening side when the get into the final third
Thanks to Opta for the stat - Everton have now scored in their last 10 consecutive away games in the FA Cup
Gardner puts his defence in trouble, cuts out an Everton pass and then chips the ball into his own penalty area. Madness. Sunderland scramble it away
Sunderland trying to press high up the pitch as they look to get back into this one. Good ball into the box, Baines plays Larsson onside, but the winger couldn't control the ball. Good chance.
Heitinga and Bendtner come together whilst challenging for the ball. Last thing the striker needed was another blow to the face, when he is already wearing a protective mask
From a Sunderland free-kick at the other end of the pitch, Sunderland make a mess of it. Everton win the ball back. Fellaini breaks forward. Gives it to Gueye who fires it across the six yard box and Jelavic slots it past Mignolet. Great finish
Dion via Email - Everton to atch this one late on in the gaame through Fellaini. Cahill to score the opener in the dying minutes of the first half and sessengon to equalise after half time. Everton are playing really well at the moment. COYB!!
Baines now on the left, beats Larsson, gives it to Gueye, who wins a corner off Bardsley. Gueye to take
Everton working it short. Gibson whips it in. Great header by Cahill and Mignolet makes an instinctive save.
Tactical foul there from Cattermole to stop the Everton counter attack. Escapes without a booking. Free-kick leads to a corner
Cattermole does well to battle for the ball in the middle of the park and wins a free-kick high up the pitch. Gardner and Larsson eyeing this one up.
Larsson then takes the corner, whipped in below the bar, Howard punches as far as Bardsley who shoots from distance, but can't repeat his effort of the first match
Gibson gives the ball away to Sessengnon in midfield. He gives it to McClean who fires it in with pass to the six yard box. Heitinga concedes a corner
Sunderland now get forwards, Larsson whips the cross in from the right, McClean climbs highest and wins the header. But Howard takes it easily
Gueye and Baines linkup on the left wing, and nearly get in behind, Baines just couldn't quite control the ball inside the box.
Bardsley launches the free-kick into the box, Turner wins the header but it falls to an Everton player
Nice approach play from Everton. Final ball from Fellaini was lacking, as after a nice passing move, he over hits his cross and it is a goalkick
McClean gets his first chance to run at the Everton defence. Gets a cross in and Distin concedes a corner
First test for Mignolet. Kyrgiakos was down wanting treatment, a free Cahill was allowed to run into the box, but his shot was tame
Gibson caught in possession by Gardner, but the Irish international did well to get back and get a block on Gardner's shot
Cahill gets a knock to the face, he wants to play on the ref insists he goes off the pitch for treatment
Bendnter wins another header as the ball is fired up the pitch, noone can get onto the flick on however
Good chance for Everton. Osman gets in behind the defence and plays in a great cross. Jelavic cant direct it goalwards however
Bendtner causing the Everton defence problems early on. Challenging well in the air and wins a throw for Sunderland. But it comes to nothing
Gyeye takes, deep towards Cahill, Bendtner wins the header, and Gardenr breaks forward, McClean was free but he was knocked over by Gueye free-kick
And here the come, the roar goes up around the ground. 90 minutes seperates these two sides and a place at Wembley for a semi-final against Liverpool.
Lot of confident Sunderland fans out there tonight then who feel the Black Cats can win for the first time in 16 games against Everton.
Gregg is feeling confident: 2-0 to Sunderland. Sess and Catts back and at home. Different game tonight !!!!!
You have to go back to New Years Day 1979 for Sunderland's last FA Cup win over Everton. A 2-1 home victory
Lesley via Twitter: my nerves are shot to pieces! The Sunderland fans are out in force on this lovely evening. A close game I think. #mackems
All the way from the USA: Will be 'watching' your feed today since the game is not on live in Florida - due to that other cup (CL). Hoping for a double trip to Wembley this year, so looking for Jelavic to eak a late one to clinch a 2-1 win.
I covered the first game for Sky, and I have to say the second half was a let down compared to the first. Was also interesting how both sides had 10 or 15 minute spells with the ball, rather than it being an end to end cup game
Steve Blythe via Email: I am an Evertonian and watched the 1st match which Everton should have won. I think we have seen the best of Sunderland and with that great win at Swansea to boost us we will win tonight, 2-0.
Nice to see for once the weather is nicer in North England: Stewart MacLaren emails from a cold & windy Torrevieja in Spain saying that Everton will beat Sunderland 2-1 at The Stadium of Light this Evening with good Goals from Leon Osman & Nikica Jelavic.
And the subs tonight.Sunderland: Gordon, Campbell, Kilgallon, Vaughan, Ji, Meyler, Elmohamady.Everton: Hahnemann, Hibbert, Jagielka, Stracqualursi, McFadden, Anichebe, Duffy.
Toffee fan Andrew Sperling says: I feel that this could be an extremely tight match. But I think that Everton still have more quality than Sunderland and if both teams play to their maximum then it will be the Toffees who triumph.
Charlie via Email: I think this will be a very dull FA Cup replay, far from a classic, a game in which there will only be one goal, that goal to be scored by McClean and Sunderland to win 1-0, I think they will take full advantage of playing at home.
Scott via Email: Well a lovely night for playing this fa cup replay, and a brilliant chance for Sunderland to reach the semis at Wembley. Let's hope our home form continues in the same vein as it has since o'neill took charge.Im going for a hard fought 1-0 victory against a well drilled Everton side.... As long as we can keep our nemesis Cahill off the scoresheet for a change. HOWAY THE LADS
An anonymous Manchester City fan is the first to have his say tonight: Whilst not particularly bothered who wins tonight, here's hoping for a fast-paced frenetic game for the full 90 mins. Wonder why, City fans would want that?
Tonight's starting XISunderland: Mignolet, Bradsley, Kyrgiakos, Turner, Bridge, Larsson, Cattermole, Gardner, McClean, Sessengnon, Bendtner.Everton: Howard, Neville, Heitinga, Distin, Baines, Gueye, Gibson, Fellaini, Osman Cahill, Jelavic
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