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Everton To Tackle Oldham

Blues will travel to Boundary Park in the FA Cup fifth round.

Everton To Tackle Oldham

Everton will travel to Oldham Athletic's Boundary Park in the fifth round of the FA Cup.

The League One outfit booked their place in the last 16 with a shock 3-2 win over Liverpool on Sunday.

The tie was drawn by Everton's 1984 FA Cup winning skipper Kevin Ratcliffe and Nigel Jemson, the former Shrewsbury striker who famously scored twice to upset the Toffees in the third round in 2003.

The Blues secured their safe passage through to round five with a last-ditch 2-1 win at Championship Bolton on Saturday and will head to Greater Manchester knowing victory will put them just one game away from a second successive Wembley semi-final.

The contest will also give David Moyes' men the opportunity to seek revenge over the Latics, who knocked them out of the FA Cup the last time the two sides met in January 2008.

Prior to that, Everton and Oldham had met four times in the competition, winning two ties each. However, you have to go back to a 2-0 third round victory at Boundary Park in 1912 to find the Toffees’ last cup success over their north west rivals, a side currently occupying 16th place in the third tier table.

Prior to defeating Liverpool, Oldham knocked out non-league Kidderminster Harriers, League One rivals Doncaster Rovers and two-times winners Nottingham Forest.

The game will take place on the weekend of 16 and 17 February. Ticket information will be announced on evertonfc.com in due course.

FA Cup Fifth Round Draw

Huddersfield Town or Leicester City v Wigan Athletic
Milton Keynes Dons v Barnsley
Oldham Athletic v EVERTON
Luton Town v Millwall
Arsenal v Blackburn Rovers
Manchester City v Leeds United
Manchester United v Reading
Middlesbrough v Brentford or Chelsea

Victor TayCome on you Blues, another opportunity to progress further in the FA Cup. Meantime, let's build on the league form.

Monday 28th January 14:52 Report Comment

Joel CurranHopefully Moyes won't do a Liverpool and bench our decent players. lets go there to win with a full strength team and get into the Quater-finals. Come on Everton!

Monday 28th January 08:55 Report Comment

karl koolighting doesnt strike twice oldahm wont be able to beat two prem teams and given the teams we put out in the last two games i think we'll be reachin the quarter finals this year :)

Sunday 27th January 23:56 Report Comment

Matt NewtonI think a trip to anfield would have been easier,well done Oldham but no more giant killings coming your way it's our year this year !!! COYB!!!!!

Sunday 27th January 20:25 Report Comment

Barry MalpassDifficult after todays performance but the draw could have been a lot worse. If we play our strongest team and show Oldham the right respect we will be in the last 8 and sniffing Wembley again. COYB

Sunday 27th January 20:16 Report Comment

lee warehamwe can do better than liverpool

Sunday 27th January 18:22 Report Comment

Owen O'Tooleyeah we are the dominant team

Sunday 27th January 20:42 Report Comment
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