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The referee signals the end of the game.
Clearance by Ashley Richards.
Shot by Nathan Dyer. Blocked by Gareth Barry.
The ball is delivered by Alvaro Vazquez.
The referee blows for offside against Ashley Williams.
Clearance made by Leon Osman.
Centre by Neil Taylor.
Jose Alberto Canas takes the free kick.
Free kick awarded for a foul by James McCarthy on Jose Alberto Canas.
Clearance by Seamus Coleman.
Free kick taken by Phil Jagielka.
Kevin Mirallas goes off and Gerard Deulofeu comes on.
Jose Alberto Canas goes into the book for unsporting behaviour.
Booking for Leroy Lita for unsporting behaviour.
Leroy Lita challenges James McCarthy unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Steven Naismith fouled by Jordi Amat, the ref awards a free kick.
Leon Osman takes the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Steven Naismith by Jordi Amat results in a free kick.
Leighton Baines manages to make a clearance.
Header at goal by Phil Jagielka goes right of the post.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Kevin Mirallas.
Phil Jagielka gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Leroy Lita.
Jordi Amat manages to make a clearance.
Penalty scored by Leighton Baines. Everton 3-1 Swansea.
Penalty awarded for a foul by Ashley Richards on Steven Naismith.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Nathan Dyer on Gareth Barry.
Clearance by Ashley Williams.
Roland Lamah goes off and Leroy Lita comes on.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on James McCarthy by Nathan Dyer.
Header by Steven Pienaar goes to the left of the goal.
Centre by Seamus Coleman.
Ashley Williams manages to make a clearance.
Steven Naismith fouled by Ashley Williams, the ref awards a free kick.
Ashley Richards challenges Steven Pienaar unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Free kick taken by Jose Alberto Canas.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Leon Osman on Jonathan de Guzman.
Leon Osman is brought on as a substitute for Ross Barkley.
(Everton) makes a substitution, with Steven Naismith coming on for Lacina Traore.
Ashley Williams makes a clearance.
Roland Lamah challenges Sylvain Distin unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Neil Taylor sends in a cross.
Phil Jagielka makes a clearance.
Ashley Richards challenges Gareth Barry unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Free kick taken by Neil Taylor.
Pablo Hernandez fouled by Seamus Coleman, the ref awards a free kick.
Ross Barkley takes the chance to get an effort at goal. Gerhard Tremmel fumbles the ball.
Clearance made by Leighton Baines.
The game restarts for the second half.
The match has reached half-time.
Foul by Neil Taylor on Seamus Coleman, free kick awarded.
Wayne Routledge leaves the field to be replaced by Nathan Dyer.
Clearance made by Seamus Coleman.
Lacina Traore concedes a free kick for a foul on Jordi Amat.
Ross Barkley has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the net.
Roland Lamah takes a shot. Joel Robles catches the ball.
Kevin Mirallas produces a shot on goal direct from the free kick. A parry by Gerhard Tremmel prevents the goal.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Kevin Mirallas by Ashley Richards.
Phil Jagielka takes the free kick.
The official flags Pablo Hernandez offside.
Roland Lamah delivers the ball.
Shot by Alvaro Vazquez went wide of the left-hand post.
(Swansea) makes a substitution, with Ashley Williams coming on for Kyle Bartley.
Headed chance falls to Steven Pienaar. Gerhard Tremmel blocks the ball.
Steven Pienaar takes a shot. A parry by Gerhard Tremmel prevents the goal.
Seamus Coleman delivers the ball.
Seamus Coleman manages to make a clearance.
The ball is delivered by Ashley Richards.
Lacina Traore has a headed effort at goal. Gerhard Tremmel safely holds on.
The ball is delivered by Leighton Baines.
Lacina Traore takes a weak shot and hits the post.
Unfair challenge on Ross Barkley by Jose Alberto Canas results in a free kick.
Clearance by Kyle Bartley.
Jonathan de Guzman heads the ball into the goal. Everton 1-1 Swansea.The assist for the goal came from Neil Taylor.
Corner taken by Jonathan de Guzman.
Clearance made by Phil Jagielka.
Kyle Bartley makes a clearance.
Phil Jagielka manages to make a clearance.
Clearance made by James McCarthy.
Ross Barkley has an effort at goal and missed to the right of the goal.
Clearance made by Ashley Richards.
Lacina Traore scores with their left foot. Everton 1-0 Swansea.Sylvain Distin provided the assist for the goal.
Free kick crossed by Kevin Mirallas.
Foul by Wayne Routledge on Ross Barkley, free kick awarded.
Roland Lamah takes a weak shot. Joel Robles catches the ball.
The game begins.
Martinez approves of cup switch
Everton manager Roberto Martinez believes his Wigan side were punished for reaching - and winning - the FA Cup final last season.
The Latics beat Manchester City to record a historic victory on the penultimate weekend of the campaign last May but then were relegated from the Premier League three days later with defeat in a rearranged match at Arsenal.
This season the FA Cup final has been moved back to its traditional place after the last week of the Premier League season and Martinez believes that is the correct decision, even if it came too late to help the Latics.
"The final got in the way of the final week," said the Spaniard, who is looking to win the trophy in back-to-back years with his Everton side facing Swansea at home in the fifth round on Sunday.
"Obviously you shouldn't rely on going into the final week to achieve your aim in the league.
"For any club going into the final week of the season, whatever your aim is in the league, you shouldn't get punished for playing in the FA Cup final, it should be the opposite - it should be a moment to treasure and enjoy.
"I don't think it was a really helpful issue when you had to play the FA Cup final the weekend before the final games of the season, which meant we had to play three games in the final week.
"I think that (making the final the last match of the season) is the right thing for every club involved in both competitions."
Wednesday's postponement of their league match with Crystal Palace because of high winds around Goodison Park throws up the potential for fixture congestion further down the line if the Toffees continue their cup progress.
Martinez, however, does not necessarily see that as a negative.
"While you are progressing through the fifth, sixth rounds and semi-final you build momentum and expands the squad because youngsters get an opportunity to show that they can do," he said of his experience with Wigan.
"It makes you stronger as a squad as you progress. Success in the cup can really help in the league and the other way around.
"It is just finding enough strength in the squad to face both competitions if you are going to get a fixture pile-up."
After Swansea, Everton travel to current league leaders Chelsea the following weekend but Martinez refuses to see the next fortnight as season-defining for his sixth-placed side.
"The longer you get involved in a cup competition is always a defining moment because every round you are fighting to stay in the competition," he said.
"Staying in the competition further than the fifth round is always significant but there is nothing different because we want to finish the season as strong as we can.
"It is not just doing well over the next two weeks, that is not good enough for our standards.
"The work we have done in the last eight months has got this squad ready with an incredible competition for places."
Swansea winger Nathan Dyer believes new head coach Garry Monk has already shown he shares some managerial expertise with former boss Roberto Martinez.
Monk has seen his side pick up four points from a possible six in the league since succeeding Michael Laudrup, and he has the chance to test himself against mentor Martinez on Sunday.
Martinez is widely credited with putting in place the passing philosophy which has served Swansea so well in their climb through the leagues, and Monk has readily expressed his admiration for the Spaniard and current Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers.
Dyer, 26, was signed by Martinez, who he credits with helping his career take off after leaving Southampton, and can already see signs Monk has learned from the Toffees' boss.
"Managers like Roberto and Brendan Rodgers have that man management skill which is key, it's massive for players," he said.
"There are always going to be players who are not playing and they need to believe they're still good players and it's about getting them to work for you.
"Roberto did that for me when I first came here. He made me feel that I was Cristiano Ronaldo, I was on cloud nine and worked as hard as possible.
"Garry is similar. I have played with him for so many years and he'll always say to me what my qualities are and that I should keep going.
"He made me believe in myself and I am sure he will do that for other players too."
If Swansea are to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup at Goodison Park they will need to create history.
The Swans have never beaten Everton in their 18 previous meetings dating back to 1931.
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