|Craig Gardner (Sebastian Larsson, 60)|
|Christian Benitez (James McFadden, 72)|
|Tim Cahill (Jack Rodwell, 75)|
|Ayegbeni Yakubu (Landon Donovan, 67)|
|Victor Anichebe (Dan Gosling, 79)|
The whistle goes for full-time as Birmingham celebrate coming back from two goals down to earn a draw.
Johnny Heitinga heads over the bar in surely the last chance of the game.
Everton win a corner as Scott Dann throws himself at the ball to deny Johnny Heitinga.
There are three minutes of added time.
The visitors are controlling possession but aren't able to really test Joe Hart.
Everton are being more adventurous in the closing minutes but lose the ball and Keith Fahey breaks but Johnny Heitinga is there to clear the danger.
The game is very open now and either side could win it.
Cameron Jerome knocks the ball across the six-yard box but it's cleared for a throw-in.
James McFadden sends the ball over the bar after catching Phil Jagielka in possession.
Landon Donovan is caught offside.
Victor Anichebe can't continue and is replaced by Dan Gosling.
Victor Anichebe has gone down injured with no-one anywhere near him.
The game has settled into a bit of a lull with neither side wanting to make a mistake.
Jack Rodwell replaces Tim Cahill.
Tim Cahill hits a shot from the edge of the area but it's straight at Joe Hart.
James McFadden comes on for Christian Benitez.
Mikel Arteta whips in a good cross and it's cleared by Scott Dann for a corner.
The free-kick is wasted by Everton and doesn't beat the first man.
Stephen Carr concedes a free-kick in a great position for a foul on Steven Pienaar.
Everton have slowed the pace of the game down and are knocking the ball around.
Yakubu makes way for Landon Donovan.
Everton break from the corner but Birmingham are quickly back to defend.
Sebastian Larsson takes another corner which is cleared at the far post by Leighton Baines for yet another corner.
Yakubu is booked for not retreating 10 yards for a free-kick.
This is end-to-end now with both teams giving the ball away.
Craig Gardner is replaced by Sebastian Larsson.
Liam Ridgewell threads the ball through the area towards Keith Fahey who can't get his strike away.
Phil Jagielka clears the corner for a throw-in.
Birmingham win another corner and the noise levels increase.
Everton look shellshocked after giving away a two-goal lead.
Victor Anichebe is flagged offside.
Craig Gardner scores from the edge of the area on his home debut to send the crowd wild.
Phil Jagielka drills a low shot but it's straight at Joe Hart.
There's another shout for handball against Craig Gardner but again no penalty is given.
Craig Gardner whips in a cross but Tim Howard watches it all the way.
Steven Pienaar hits a shot goalwards and it hits the arm of a Birmingham player but the referee waves away the penalty appeals.
The second half gets underway with no changes for either side.
The whistle goes on an entertaining first half.
Leighton Baines sends the ball over the wall and Joe Hart makes a great save down to his left.
Liam Ridgewell concedes a dangerous free-kick just before half-time.
There are two minutes of added time.
Sylvain Distin does really well to stretch out a leg to deny Lee Bowyer on the edge of the area.
Stephen Carr finds Cameron Jerome in the area but his header goes wide.
Birmingham step up the pressure as Victor Anichebe takes to the field again.
Victor Anichebe has fallen awkwardly and looks to have damaged his ankle.
Cameron Jerome flicks the ball into the area looking for Christian Benitez but Tim Howard is quickly off his line.
Liam Ridgewell balloons the ball over the bar in another good opportunity for Birmingham.
Lee Bowyer tries to play a ball over the top but none of his team-mates were making a run.
Neither side seems to be able to hold onto the ball for any length of time.
Roger Johnson heads goalwards but Everton clear the ball almost from under their own crossbar as Blues look for the equaliser.
Mikel Arteta has a strike from distance which is deflected wide by a team-mate for a goal-kick and the visitors look dangerous every time they attack.
Christian Benitez goes for goal from 20 yards but Tim Howard makes the save.
The free-kick causes mayhem in the Birmingham penalty area but they eventually clear the ball.
Lee Bowyer is booked for handball.
Blues are back in the game, Keith Fahey sends over an inviting cross which is touched into the net by Cameron Jerome.
Birmingham are all over the place as Barry Ferguson hits a square pass across his own penalty area which goes straight to Tim Cahill, but Everton can't make the most of it.
Great work from Everton on the right as Steven Pienaar's cross finds Yakubu who heads the ball past Joe Hart.
Victor Anichebe tries to find Ayegbeni Yakubu in the area but it deflects off Liam Ridgewell for a throw-in.
Birmingham come forward and the crowd urge their side on but they're finding it hard to break Everton down.
Victor Anichebe hits an unstoppable drive into the top corner to silence St Andrew's.
Tim Cahill pops up in the area and heads the ball down but again Joe Hart makes the save.
The ball cannons around the area and Birmingham can't clear their lines.
Steven Pienaar curls a shot goalwards and forces a great save from Joe Hart who concedes a corner.
Both sides are being quite cagey in the opening stages of this game.
Birmingham are temporarily down to 10 men as Stephen Carr receives some treatment for a head wound.
Keith Fahey's corner evades everyone and Everton have a goal-kick.
Craig Gardner wins a corner off Steven Pienaar.
Leighton Baines clips the ball into the area and it's half-cleared but Mikel Arteta gets a shot away which goes over the bar.
Steven Pienaar falls somewhat theatrically under a challenge from Lee Bowyer but wins a free-kick in a dangerous area.
Everton have made a good start and are knocking the ball around.
Craig Gardner flicks the ball into the area looking for Stephen Carr but Tim Howard has read the danger and makes the catch.
Leighton Baines takes the corner and Cameron Jerome eventually makes a thumping clearance.
Everton have an early corner.
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