|Martin Olsson (Franco di Santo, 90)|
|Morten Gamst Pedersen (Jason Roberts, 64)|
|Keith Andrews (David Hoilett, 70)|
|Tony Hibbert (Ayegbeni Yakubu, 79)|
|Diniyar Bilyaletdinov (Victor Anichebe, 69)|
|Louis Saha (Joseph Yobo, 90)|
And that is it! What a game at Ewood! Everton's European chellenge is back on after Cahill's late, late strike.
Four minutes will be added on.
Franco di Santo is on for Martin Olsson
Louis Saha is replaced by Joseph Yobo
Great play from Yakubu sets up TIM CAHILL to tap home - can Everton hang on this time?
More good football from Everton as Steven Pienaar curls just over, the Toffees have played the better stuff today but have given the lead away yet again.
What a game! ROBERTS volleys home from 25 yards to bring Rovers level.
YAKUBU scores with his first touch! Neville's long throw is flicked on by Anichebe and the Nigerian nods home.
Everton want the win - Ayegbeni Yakubu is on for Tony Hibbert
Rovers are buzzing at the moment and could have taken the lead when Nelsen met Dunn's free-kick, but the New Zealnder put the ball just over.
David Hoilett is on for Keith Andrews
What a strike! N'ZONZI fires home the equaliser from fully 25 yards, out of nothing Rovers are back in the game.
Victor Anichebe is on for Diniyar Bilyaletdinov
Off the post! Hibberts cross is cleared only as far as Leighton Baines whose shot fires off the woodwork.
Keith Andrews is booked for a late and nasty looking tackle on Phil Neville.
Morten Gamst Pedersen is replaced by Jason Roberts.
Chance for Everton! Hibberts cross from the right is met by Tim Cahill, but his header from 6 yards is just over, massive chance that for Everton.
Things have quietened down a little, though the Everton defenders are working hard to repell the long throws and free kicks from Rovers.
Everton have started well yet again with Arteta once again at the heart of things. No chances of note so far though.
We are underway again at Ewood.
Thats the break, Everton have perhaps had the better of things but Rovers remain a threat, an exciting second half to come.
Two minutes to be added on.
Keith Andrews fires in a low shot from 25 yards that is well held by Tim Howard (at the second attempt!)
Chance for Blackburn! Pedersen's long throw is missed by everyone and Martin Olsson fires in a shot that is somehow blocked by Phil Jagielka, desperate defending from Everton.
Tim Cahill is lucky to escape a booking for a cyincal late challenge on David Dunn, looked a yellow all the way for me.
Howard doesn't like the close attention of David Dunn from the corner and the referee sides with the American and awards a free kick to Everton.
Morten Gamst Pedersen takes a free kick that deflects behind for a corner - Tim Howard has looked shaky at set pieces so far...
The game has settled down after that spell of handbags, Everton still dominating possession but have lacked the final pass to really test Robinson.
Arteta reacts badly to the challenge and pokes Pedersen in the eye - techinically it should be a red but the Spaniard only sees yellow.
Morten Gamst Pedersen sees yellow for a late challenge on Arteta but....
Tony Hibbert makes a good run down the right but is just deemed offside by the linesman (sorry..referees assistant!)
Mad scramble in the box as Tim Howard fails to clear a corner properly and in the end Tim Cahill has to clear off his own line.
Arteta takes a free kick from 25 yards, but it rolls into the hands of Robinson.
What a start from Everton. they are dominating the possession too, Rovers need to sort themselves out.
ARTETA sends Paul Robinson the wrong way from the spot, great start for Everton.
Penalty to Everton! Arteta upended in the box, no question.
Referee Andre Marriner gets us underway at a sunny Ewood Park
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