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The assistant referee flags for offside against Victor Anichebe. Indirect free kick taken by Scott Brown.
Shot from deep inside the area by Sido Jombati clears the crossbar.
Bryan Oviedo delivers the ball, clearance made by Alan Bennett.
The ball is crossed by Victor Anichebe, Marouane Fellaini finds the back of the net with a goal from close in to the bottom left corner of the goal. Cheltenham 1-5 Everton.The assist for the goal came from Victor Anichebe.
Steven Naismith takes a shot. Scott Brown makes a brilliant save.
Corner taken by Billy Jones from the right by-line, Seamus Coleman makes a clearance.
Foul by Bryan Oviedo on Jake Taylor, free kick awarded. Free kick crossed right-footed by Billy Jones from right wing, Tim Howard makes a comfortable save.
Sam Deering comes on in place of Jermaine McGlashan. Thomas Hitzlsperger on for Nikica Jelavic.
Magaye Gueye delivers the ball, save by Scott Brown.
Unfair challenge on Jake Taylor by Steven Naismith results in a free kick. Billy Jones takes the free kick.
Russell Penn has an effort at goal. Save made by Tim Howard.
Victor Anichebe fouled by Alan Bennett, the ref awards a free kick. Sylvain Distin restarts play with the free kick.
Sido Jombati produces a cross, Headed effort from deep inside the area by Alan Bennett misses to the right of the goal.
Marouane Fellaini challenges Marlon Pack unfairly and gives away a free kick. Free kick taken by Billy Jones.
Foul by Russell Penn on Marouane Fellaini, free kick awarded. Phil Neville takes the direct free kick.
Unfair challenge on Victor Anichebe by Marlon Pack results in a free kick. Direct free kick taken by Phil Neville.
Shot from just outside the box by Jake Taylor goes over the crossbar.
Sido Jombati sends in a cross, save by Tim Howard.
The assistant referee signals for offside against Nikica Jelavic. Free kick taken by Billy Jones.
Leon Osman leaves the field to be replaced by Steven Naismith.
Jermaine McGlashan produces a right-footed shot from inside the area that clears the bar.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Victor Anichebe on Billy Jones. Billy Jones takes the direct free kick.
Jeff Goulding goes off and Darryl Duffy comes on. Darren Carter goes off and Jake Taylor comes on.
Leighton Baines goes off and Magaye Gueye comes on.
Foul by Marlon Pack on Leon Osman, free kick awarded. Sylvain Distin takes the free kick.
Centre by Victor Anichebe, Darren Carter manages to make a clearance.
The ball is crossed by Victor Anichebe, A goal is scored by Seamus Coleman from close range to the bottom left corner of the goal. Cheltenham 1-4 Everton.Assist by Victor Anichebe.
Leon Osman takes a shot. Scott Brown makes a comfortable save.
Centre by Bryan Oviedo, Steve Elliott manages to make a clearance. Corner taken left-footed by Leighton Baines, clearance made by Steve Elliott.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Nikica Jelavic by Marlon Pack. Leighton Baines crosses the ball from the free kick left-footed from left wing, save made by Scott Brown.
The ball is crossed by Jermaine McGlashan, Phil Jagielka manages to make a clearance.
Leighton Baines concedes a free kick for a foul on Jermaine McGlashan. Direct free kick taken by Russell Penn.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Kaid Mohamed by Seamus Coleman. Direct free kick taken by Scott Brown.
Russell Penn fires in a goal from deep inside the penalty box to the bottom left corner of the goal. Cheltenham 1-3 Everton.The assist for the goal came from Kaid Mohamed.
Leon Osman gets on the score sheet with a goal from close range to the bottom left corner of the goal. Cheltenham 0-3 Everton.Assist by Leighton Baines.
Victor Anichebe produces a left-footed shot from just outside the area that goes wide left of the goal.
Bryan Oviedo concedes a free kick for a foul on Sido Jombati. Scott Brown takes the direct free kick.
Foul by Jermaine McGlashan on Marouane Fellaini, free kick awarded. Leighton Baines takes the direct free kick.
Centre by Leighton Baines, Alan Bennett makes a clearance.
Foul by Steve Elliott on Nikica Jelavic, free kick awarded. Phil Neville restarts play with the free kick.
The referee gives a free kick against Nikica Jelavic for handball. Billy Jones restarts play with the free kick.
Marouane Fellaini challenges Russell Penn unfairly and gives away a free kick. Scott Brown takes the free kick.
Leighton Baines fouled by Jermaine McGlashan, the ref awards a free kick. Leighton Baines crosses the ball from the free kick left-footed from left wing, clearance by Marlon Pack.
The ball is swung over by Seamus Coleman, Headed effort from inside the area by Marouane Fellaini misses to the left of the target.
Shot from deep inside the area by Jermaine McGlashan clears the crossbar.
Unfair challenge on Jermaine McGlashan by Leighton Baines results in a free kick. Free kick crossed left-footed by Billy Jones from right wing, clearance by Nikica Jelavic.
Marlon Pack takes a shot. Marouane Fellaini gets a block in. Corner taken left-footed by Billy Jones to the near post, Nikica Jelavic manages to make a clearance. Corner taken by Billy Jones from the left by-line, Steve Elliott takes a shot. Save made by Tim Howard. Free kick awarded for a foul by Sido Jombati on Tim Howard. Free kick taken by Tim Howard.
Shot from just outside the area by Marouane Fellaini misses to the left of the target.
Seamus Coleman produces a cross, Marlon Pack makes a clearance.
The ball is swung over by Bryan Oviedo.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Phil Neville on Darren Carter. Billy Jones restarts play with the free kick.
The ball is swung over by Sido Jombati, Shot by Darren Carter from deep inside the penalty area misses to the right of the target.
Bryan Oviedo gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Alan Bennett. Scott Brown restarts play with the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Marouane Fellaini by Alan Bennett results in a Penalty. Placed penalty scored by Leighton Baines. Cheltenham 0-2 Everton.The assist for the goal came from Marouane Fellaini.
Darren Carter challenges Phil Neville unfairly and gives away a free kick. Strike on goal comes in from Leighton Baines from the free kick, Scott Brown makes a fantastic save.
Darren Carter has a drilled shot. Tim Howard makes a comfortable save.
Billy Jones sends in a cross, Foul by Leighton Baines on Jermaine McGlashan, free kick awarded. The free kick is delivered left-footed by Billy Jones from right wing, clearance by Nikica Jelavic.
Effort from deep inside the area by Nikica Jelavic misses to the left of the target.
Unfair challenge on Victor Anichebe by Russell Penn results in a free kick. Free kick taken by Leighton Baines.
Marouane Fellaini has an effort at goal from just outside the penalty box hitting the post. Nikica Jelavic scores a goal from close range to the bottom right corner of the goal. Cheltenham 0-1 Everton.The assist for the goal came from Marouane Fellaini.
Bryan Oviedo takes a shot. Save by Scott Brown.
Kaid Mohamed produces a right-footed shot from 35 yards and went wide right of the target.
Darren Carter has an effort at goal from just inside the box that misses to the right of the target.
Leon Osman delivers the ball, Steve Elliott manages to make a clearance.
Marouane Fellaini has an effort at goal from outside the box which misses left.
The referee gives a free kick against Jermaine McGlashan for handball. Free kick taken by Tim Howard.
Nikica Jelavic concedes a free kick for a foul on Alan Bennett. Direct free kick taken by Scott Brown.
Cup humiliation makes Moyes wary
Manager David Moyes will use the memory of his first ignominious FA Cup experience with Everton as motivation for the trip to Cheltenham.
The Scot had been in charge at Goodison Park for 10 months when he took his side to Shrewsbury in the third round and saw former Toffees' defender Kevin Ratcliffe, in charge of a side 80 places below in the lower reaches of the then third division, get the better of him.
Moyes has never forgotten that result - or a home defeat to League One Oldham four years ago - and it always seems to spring to mind when Everton get drawn against lower league opposition around this time of year.
Everton have already come unstuck this season against lower-placed opposition when Leeds beat them in the Capital One Cup.
"I am more wary of what happened against Shrewsbury 10 years ago," said Moyes ahead of the trip to the npower League Two side.
"We went out then so it's happened to us in the past. We have to make sure it doesn't happen - although we were trying to do that then as well.
"There are no guarantees in football, you have to go and earn the right to win the games.
"You like to play at home but when you see some of the real mouth-watering ties which have come out - some all-Premier League clashes - I wouldn't say we've been lucky but at least we have lower opposition.
"It has not always been the easiest thing in the past, we have lost at places like Shrewsbury and we lost at home to Oldham so we're well aware how difficult it will be, no matter who you draw.
"You would expect Premier League players to have the extra quality but is their attitude right, are they prepared for what is to come?
"The lower opposition tend to get themselves a little bit higher and more ready for it as it gives them a chance to showcase themselves and you have to be ready for that."
Moyes will try to freshen up his side for the tie. Left-back Leighton Baines could be in line for a rest as Bryan Oviedo may be given a run out while midfielders Thomas Hitzlsperger and Ross Barkley may come into contention for a start.
Forward Kevin Mirallas and defender Seamus Coleman (both hamstring) are still sidelined, as are Tony Hibbert (calf) and Darron Gibson (thigh).
Cheltenham boss Mark Yates says his side have to believe they can be giantkillers and insists they are not there just to enjoy the third-round experience.
The Robins have one of the best home records in their division and Yates is not content with thoughts of a few good memories and some positive exposure for the club.
"We won't be going out there saying 'let's just enjoy it and let's take a 2-0 defeat' and be happy with that," he said.
"We will go out there having planned and prepared properly and make sure the players do all they can to make sure we give ourselves a chance.
"It is only 11 v 11 and yes, they are Premier League players, but you never know.
"After 60 minutes if we are 3-0 down we might not believe quite so much but right at this moment in time we have to believe we can do something.
"The cup has got a tradition of shocks, so why not? We want to cause a shock and we know that is a big task. But we know we have the capabilities to do it."
Yates knows that the majority of Monday night's television audience will never have seen his team in action and he gave an insight into what the watching thousands can expect to see at Whaddon Road.
"We try to play but we aren't Barcelona," he said.
"Our centre-halves don't split and the full-backs don't start on the halfway line but we like to think we work hard, with some strong competitive characters, and that we pass the ball.
"It is no fluke that we do have some decent footballing performances, we aren't Holland of the 1970s or the Barcelona of now."
One player who will not be involved against Moyes' men is striker Chris Zebroski, a summer signing from Bristol Rovers, who left the club on Friday after an agreement was reached to cancel his contract. The 26-year-old scored six times in 22 starts.
Former West Brom and Birmingham man Darren Carter, a midfielder who has lined up against Everton on a regular basis, is the club's only injury worry.
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