Everton’s FA Cup campaign continues when they host Sheffield Wednesday in the fourth round on Sunday at 8:00pm (UK time).
The Toffees haven’t won a major trophy since 1995 but with Carlo Ancelotti building the most exciting side seen at Goodison Park in over a decade, hope among fans is high. Standing between them and a place in the fifth round is Sheffield Wednesday, who are 23rd in the Championship but quickly improving having taken 10 points from their last four games.
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Where to watch Everton vs Sheffield Wednesday on TV:
- UK: BT Sport 1
- US: ESPN+
Scoreline prediction: Everton 3-0 Sheffield Wednesday
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Everton vs Sheffield Wednesday build-up, previous line-ups & injury news:
Everton have won six of their last eight games across all competitions, with their only defeats coming against West Ham in the Premier League and Manchester United in the EFL Cup quarter-final. Ancelotti’s one worry will be that those defeats both came on home soil.
However, with the Toffees sitting sixth, just two points adrift of rivals Liverpool in fourth with two games in hand, confidence will be high among Ancelotti’s squad, who will surely want to prove their credentials with a deep run in the FA Cup.
Sheffield Wednesday head to Merseyside on a five-game unbeaten run, winning four and drawing once, including a 2-0 win over Exeter in the previous round of this competition.
That represents a huge turnaround in form for the Owls, who had won just one of their last 14 games prior to this current run, losing nine and drawing the other four. Wednesday remain 23rd in the Championship, but have cut the gap to safety to just three points. A win away at one of the Premier League’s strongest team will only serve to give Neil Thompson’s squad even more confidence.
- Everton (vs Wolves): Pickford; Holgate, Mina, Keane, Godfrey; Iwobi, Doucoure, Davies, Digne; Rodriguez, Sigurdsson.
- Sheffield Wednesday (vs Exeter): Wildsmith; Odubajo, Brennan, Shaw, Galvin; Hunt, Pelupessy, Bannan; Reach, Paterson, Harris.
Dominic Calvert-Lewin is available once again for the hosts but Ancelotti has a lengthy injury list to contend with as Allan, Lucas Digne, Alex Iwobi, Fabian Delph, Niels Nkounkou and Jean-Philippe Gbamin are all out.
Sheffield Wednesday have their own injury concerns with Jack Marriott, Julian Borner, Joost van Aken and Dominic Iorfa all injured. Josh Windass and Massimo Luongo are doubts.
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Players to watch:
- Everton: With a number of fitness concerns running through his squad, Ancelotti has had to chop and change his attack over the past few games. One man who is likely to start against the Owls, however, is Brazilian forward, Richarlison. Though he has continued to put in hard-working performances, Richarlison has struggled in front of goal this season, scoring just two goals in the Premier League so far. That said, the 23-year-old did net three times during Everton’s run to the EFL Cup quarter-finals and will be eyeing up this game against Championship opposition as a chance to get back among the goals, delivering a much-needed confidence boost.
- Sheffield Wednesday: One of the key components of Wednesday’s recent turnaround has been the form of Callum Paterson. The 17-time Scotland international has netted in each of his last three appearances across all competitions, helping the Owls to Championship wins over Middlesbrough and Derby before firing them past Exeter City and into the FA Cup fourth round. This recent run of form comes after Paterson managed just two goals from his opening 18 appearances this season, and Thompson will look to the 26-year-old once again, confident he can cause trouble against an Everton defence with just one clean sheet in their last six games.
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