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Effort from outside the area by Benik Afobe goes wide right of the goal.
Leighton Baines decides to take a short corner.
Magaye Gueye takes a shot.
A goal is scored by Johnny Heitinga from just inside the penalty area to the bottom left corner of the goal. Bolton 1-2 Everton.
Magaye Gueye takes a inswinging corner.
Corner taken right-footed by Stuart Holden from the right by-line to the near post, Zat Knight has a headed effort at goal from close range which goes wide left of the target.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Marouane Fellaini on Marcos Alonso. Marouane Fellaini goes into the book. Andy Lonergan restarts play with the free kick.
Jay Spearing concedes a free kick for a foul on Marouane Fellaini. Booking for Jay Spearing. Phil Jagielka takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Tim Ream by Marouane Fellaini. David Ngog comes on in place of Marvin Sordell. Free kick taken by Andy Lonergan.
Benik Afobe takes a inswinging corner to the near post, clearance made by Phil Jagielka.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Johnny Heitinga on Darren Pratley. Direct free kick taken by Jay Spearing.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Steven Pienaar by Samuel Ricketts. Johnny Heitinga replaces Nikica Jelavic. (Bolton) makes a substitution, with Stuart Holden coming on for Joshua Vela. Direct free kick taken by Sylvain Distin.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Marouane Fellaini on Chung-Yong Lee. Jay Spearing takes the direct free kick.
Steven Pienaar concedes a free kick for a foul on Samuel Ricketts. The free kick is swung in right-footed by Jay Spearing, save by Tim Howard.
Phil Neville concedes a free kick for a foul on Benik Afobe. Andy Lonergan restarts play with the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Chung-Yong Lee by Steven Pienaar results in a free kick. Benik Afobe is brought on as a substitute for Chris Eagles. Samuel Ricketts takes the free kick.
Outswinging corner taken left-footed by Leighton Baines played to the near post, Tim Ream manages to make a clearance.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Leighton Baines, Zat Knight manages to make a clearance.
Inswinging corner taken by Magaye Gueye from the right by-line, clearance made by Marcos Alonso.
Steven Pienaar takes a shot. Save made by Andy Lonergan.
Steven Pienaar produces a lobbed right-footed shot from deep inside the penalty area which goes wide of the right-hand post.
Outswinging corner taken from the left by-line by Leighton Baines, Joshua Vela makes a clearance.
Foul by Jay Spearing on Steven Pienaar, free kick awarded. Free kick taken by Sylvain Distin.
Marcos Alonso takes a shot. Tim Howard makes a save.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Magaye Gueye on Jay Spearing. Direct free kick taken by Jay Spearing.
Sylvain Distin challenges Chung-Yong Lee unfairly and gives away a free kick. Marcos Alonso fires a strike on goal direct from the free kick.
Headed effort from inside the area by Marouane Fellaini misses to the left of the target.
Corner taken by Leighton Baines from the left by-line, clearance by Marcos Alonso.
Shot from just outside the penalty area by Chung-Yong Lee misses to the left of the target.
The assistant referee flags for offside against Marvin Sordell. Leon Osman takes the free kick.
Shot by Chris Eagles. Save made by Tim Howard.
Header by Victor Anichebe from deep inside the penalty area misses to the left of the target.
Marcos Alonso takes a shot. Save made by Tim Howard.
Steven Pienaar fouled by Darren Pratley, the ref awards a free kick. Free kick taken by Sylvain Distin.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Leighton Baines on Chung-Yong Lee. Direct free kick taken by Samuel Ricketts.
Darren Pratley takes a shot. Save by Tim Howard.
Marvin Sordell gets on the score sheet with a goal from inside the area to the bottom right corner of the goal. Bolton 1-1 Everton.The assist for the goal came from Darren Pratley.
Chris Eagles is flagged offside by the assistant referee. Sylvain Distin takes the free kick.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Jay Spearing, Chung-Yong Lee has a headed effort at goal from just inside the area that misses to the right of the target.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Darren Pratley by Phil Neville. Free kick taken by Jay Spearing.
A goal is scored by Steven Pienaar from close range to the bottom right corner of the goal. Bolton 0-1 Everton.Assist on the goal came from Victor Anichebe.
Victor Anichebe takes a shot. Zat Knight gets a block in.
Kevin Mirallas leaves the field to be replaced by Magaye Gueye.
Kevin Mirallas takes a shot. Blocked by Zat Knight.
Marcos Alonso fouled by Nikica Jelavic, the ref awards a free kick. Andy Lonergan takes the free kick.
Kevin Mirallas produces a left-footed shot from deep inside the penalty area which goes wide of the left-hand post.
Corner taken by Kevin Mirallas from the right by-line.
Zat Knight challenges Victor Anichebe unfairly and gives away a free kick. Strike on goal comes in from Kevin Mirallas from the free kick, Jay Spearing gets a block in.
Corner taken right-footed by Kevin Mirallas to the near post, Darren Pratley manages to make a clearance.
Marvin Sordell fouled by Sylvain Distin, the ref awards a free kick. Samuel Ricketts takes the direct free kick.
Moyes inspires Freedman
Bolton boss Dougie Freedman believes Everton counterpart David Moyes sets a benchmark for young managers making their way in the game.
Wanderers entertain Moyes' men in the FA Cup on Saturday having seen off Barclays Premier League opposition in the form of Sunderland to book their fourth round place.
Such showpiece occasions provide welcome respite from a trying npower Championship campaign, where Bolton lie 16th despite being strongly tipped in pre-season for an instant return to the top flight.
This indifferent form cost Freedman's predecessor Owen Coyle his job and the 38-year-old Scot, on his second managerial assignment following 20 months in charge of Crystal Palace, points towards countryman Moyes as an inspiration for the rebuilding job ahead at the Reebok Stadium.
"Obviously David's done very well in his managerial career, going back his time at Preston," Freedman said at his pre-match press conference.
"He's a good man, that's first and foremost. I think you try and look at what managers have done in their past and you try and do better than that.
"What David has done at Everton is huge. I think many young managers will look at David Moyes and think they would like to try and do what he's done, but that's not an easy job.
"I think, to many young managers, David Moyes is an inspiration."
Bolton's third round hero was Team GB Olympic forward Marvin Sordell, who followed up scoring in the 2-2 home draw with Sunderland by netting the decisive brace in a 2-0 triumph at the Stadium of Light.
Sordell struggled to settle in the north-west following his big-money move from Watford a year ago, something Freedman - a striker himself during his playing days - identified immediately upon his own move from the capital.
"What happens is everyone tries to be negative when a young man's not quite performing and I think he's had a lot of negative publicity around him," he said.
"I came in and found a young man who was very low on confidence and self-esteem and I just sort of stripped him down, worked back to the basics, worked on his fitness, worked on his all-round forward play and all of a sudden he's feeling a bit better."
David Moyes is hoping his 500th match in charge of Everton will take him a step closer to his first major piece of silverware.
The Scot, who will celebrate 11 years in charge at Goodison Park in March, reaches the milestone at Bolton.
Moyes said: "I didn't know until (Friday) morning that it was 500 games. It's amazing that some people have got 1,000 games at one club, that is some achievement.
"Obviously 500's not a bad number when you see the way people get rid of their managers so quickly nowadays."
Moyes' tenure at Everton is highly regarded despite the lack of trophies, with the club a lot less wealthy than many of their rivals in the Barclays Premier League.
The closest they came in recent years was a run to the FA Cup final in 2009, including victory over Manchester United in the last four, but they were beaten to the trophy by Chelsea.
Moyes said: "Hopefully the real highlights are still to come, they're the ones I'm looking forward to. But I've enjoyed a lot of good times at Everton.
"My first game (against Fulham) was a great day, scoring in the opening minute. Since then we qualified for the Champions League, and in that year we had to beat Manchester United in the run-in and Newcastle, so I think that would stand out.
"And maybe the semi-final of the FA Cup, when we got to the final. Albeit we didn't win the final. There maybe haven't been enough trophies but certainly some good highlights."
Moyes made his intentions clear with his strong team selection for the third round tie against Cheltenham, a match Everton won 5-1, and it is likely to be the same on Saturday.
The Toffees will be without full-back Seamus Coleman, who suffered a thigh injury against Southampton on Monday, but winger Kevin Mirallas and defender Johnny Heitinga are pushing to start.
Moyes said: "I think we've always gone for it. Talk's cheap - you have to do it. We're going to try to do it. I've said to the players that we want to try to win the FA Cup, but I say that every year. It's down to us to try to make that happen."
Moyes admitted he will have to think about the midweek Premier League round of fixtures, which sees the Toffees take on West Brom at Goodison Park.
"It'll definitely come into the thinking," he said.
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