Tuesday football: FA Cup, El Clasico and Football League

Live text commentary as Everton defeat Oldham in an FA Cup replay and Real Madrid win at Barcelona in the Copa del Rey.

26 February 2013 Last updated at 22:32 GMT

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As it happened

  1. 2220: 

    Like the Oldham coach, it's time for me to go.

    Join us back here tomorrow for coverage of the last remaining FA Cup fifth-round tie as Middlesbrough host Chelsea. See you there.

  2. 2220: 

    Everton's assistant Steve Round says Marouane Fellaini should be back for Saturday after missing this evening's game through injury. Good news for Everton fans, who must be dreaming of a trip to Wembley now.

  3. 2210: 

    Kris, Tooting on text: "Mouth-watering prospect of an in form Ronaldo taking on Man Utd next Tuesday."

    Paul, Manchester: "A superb away performance that will NOT be repeated at old Trafford. They are going to play like they did against Granada *touch wood*"

    Paul, Belfast: "The drop in the Barcelona performance has coincided with the sad illness of the coach - before that they were unstoppable!"

  4. 2211: 

    In League Two, Gillingham stay top despite losing to an Alfie Potter goal at home to Oxford and second-placed Port Vale also tasted defeat, 2-0 at home to Exeter. Burton, in third, had to withstand a comeback from Morecambe, who scored two goals in the last 10 minutes, before the Brewers secured the points with a 3-2 win. At the foot of the table, Wimbledon find themselves in the bottom two after their 1-1 home draw with Plymouth, who are now the only team below them. Barnet, 2-0 winners at home to Southend, and Accrington Stanley, 3-0 winners after a short hop to Rochdale, both climbed above them tonight.

  5. 2204: 
    Craig Dawson

    In the Championship, Bolton beat Peterborough 1-0 at the Reebok thanks to Craig Dawson's early header. That defeat leaves the Posh stuck to the bottom of the table, four points adrift of safety.

    Huddersfield climbed further clear of danger with a big 1-0 win at Burnley, while Leicester returned to form, smashing Blackburn 3-0 at home to strengthen their place in the play-off places.

  6. 2204: 

    In League One, Doncaster moved top when a goal from Kyle Bennett deep into stoppage time sealed a 2-1 win over Shrewsbury. Tranmere's hopes of claiming top spot were thwarted by a 74th-minute Neal Bishop goal at home to Notts County. Their 1-1 draw means Rovers are third. Sheffield United, top this morning, dropped to second after a goalless draw with Leyton Orient. Bournemouth dropped out of the play-off positions with a 2-0 home defeat by Coventry City. At the bottom end, troubled Portsmouth are now six points adrift in 24th place despite a 1-1 draw against MK Dons. That's because the team above them, Hartlepool, thrashed mid-table Crewe 3-0.

  7. 2200: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Everton 3-1 Oldham
    Matt Smith

    Oldham goalscorer Matt Smith: "It's disappointing. It's been a pretty epic run. Take nothing away from the team, we played well, especially in the second half and we have to take some heart from the performance. You want to start every game, to breed confidence, to get goals, but I'm not one to throw my toys out the pram, I just wanted to help the team. I believe [caretaker coach] Tony Philliskirk [is the man for the job]. He has a lot of brilliant qualities as a coach and a manager. He is a top, top guy. The way he handles everything has been a great testament to him."

  8. 2159:  
    MOTD presenter and former Barcelona striker Gary Lineker


  9. 2157: 
    Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid (agg 2-4)

    Spanish football journalist Andy West at the Nou Camp: "Barcelona's challenge fell apart with worrying ease in the second half and there will be an intense inquest in Catalonia about this display. They were vulnerable to the counter-attack all night and lost their shape and coherence as soon as Madrid went two up. There will surely be changes for the next game...which just happens to be against Real Madrid at the Bernabeu on Saturday."

  10. 2156: 

    Real Madrid will play either Sevilla or Atletico Madrid in the Copa Del Rey final. Those two sides meet in the second leg of their semi tomorrow night.

  11. 2155: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Everton 3-1 Oldham
    Leighton Baines

    Everton left-back Leighton Baines: "We'll take our bit of luck [after the Oldham penalty appeal], you need it in the cup. We've gone close a couple of times so it's whetted the appetite and we want to go that bit further and win something. Because we are at home against Wigan, we will be favourites but we've had tough games with them over the last few years and they are off the back of a good result [against Reading] so they will be confident."

  12. 2154: 
    FULL-TIME- Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid (agg 2-4)

    That's it. Real Madrid win at the Nou Camp again and are through to the Copa Del Rey final. A superb away performance.

  13. 2152: 

    @glenntosek: "Incredible. Barca really in a slump at the moment and looking beatable. Have teams learned to defend against their passing game?"

    @UMEOGU: "Messi should hand over that balon d'or to Ronaldo tonight. End of discussion."

    @boulders8: "Messi as anonymous as I've ever seen him and Barca seem totally bereft of any ideas as to how to get back in this tie!"

  14. 2149: 
    PLAYER REACTION- Everton 3-1 Oldham
    Leon Osman

    Everton midfielder Leon Osman: "Over both legs, Oldham caused us problems. We knew it was going to be tough, they are very physical and good in the final third and they showed that in both ties. Kevin Mirallas has been in a good bit of form for us over the season and he popped up with an important goal for us."

  15. 2149: 
    GOAL- Barcelona 1-3 Real Madrid (agg 2-4) - Jordi Alba (89 mins)

    A consolation, but a lovely consolation. Andres Iniesta spins a lofted pass over the top and left-back Jordi Alba runs in to clip a first-time volley across goal and into the far corner. Beautifully finished.

  16. 2145: 
    Barcelona 0-3 Real Madrid (agg 1-4)

    Pepe has only been on the field for a few minutes but he's up to his old tricks again. No surprises for guessing which Barca player he is involved with? Yep it's Sergio Busquets. Pepe ends up on the floor, on his 30th birthday, after a coming together. They both live to tell the tale.

  17. 2143: 
    Barcelona 0-3 Real Madrid (agg 1-4)

    Real hit Barca on the break yet again as Cristiano Ronaldo streaks away from Carles Puyol and gets a low shot in on goal. Rio Ferdinand be warned...

  18. 2143: 
    Barcelona 0-3 Real Madrid (agg 1-4)
    Real Madrid celebrate

    Spanish football journalist Andy West at the Nou Camp: "Sir Alex Ferguson and his assistant Mike Phelan are in the stands tonight and they'll be worried by what they've seen from Real Madrid. This has been a superlative counter-attacking display and they're continuing to look the more likely scorers. Cristiano Ronaldo, of course, has been magnificent but Madrid have been excellent all over the pitch. Just makes you wonder why they've not played like this more often in the last six months."

  19. 2138: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Barcelona 0-3 Real Madrid (agg 1-4)

    It's just not Barcelona's night/week. Cristian Tello gets clear of the Real defence but his curling effort is tipped away by Diego Lopez. There are 12 minutes remaining at the Nou Camp.

  20. 2138: 

    All going well for Bolton, Huddersfield and Leicester, who are winning against Peterborough, Burnley and Blackburn respectively in the evening's trio of Championship fixtures. Burnley-Huddersfield was goalless at the break but James Vaughan struck from close range.

  21. 2137: 
    FULL-TIME- Everton 3-1 Oldham

    Everton will play Wigan in the FA Cup quarter final.

  22. 2135: 
    INJURY TIME- Everton 3-1 Oldham

    We are into the last three minutes of added time at Goodison Park. Oldham have won plenty of fans on this cup run but it appears their luck has finally run out.

  23. 2134: 

    @Usama7: "I was amazed that not a single Oscar was given to Barca actors, purely amazing actors."

    @Nathan8787: "If I was a Barca fan I would be embarrassed by all this diving and play acting."

    @philrobins20: "Gareth Bale is on the same level as Ronaldo... in terms of diving and theatrics. As a footballer? Light years behind."

  24. 2131: 
    Barcelona 0-3 Real Madrid (agg 1-4)

    There are 20 minutes left for Barcelona to find four goals. It's as easy as that...

  25. 2130: 

    In League Two, leaders Gillingham are drawing 0-0 with Oxford and second-placed Port Vale are still 2-0 down at home to Exeter, who are set to move into fifth. At the bottom end, it's a bad night for Wimbledon. Although they're still 1-1 with Plymouth, both Barnet and Accrington are winning and thus set to move above them. Barnet are still 1-0 up at home to Southend, while Accrington have had two second-half strikes from substitute Lee Molyneux as they lead 2-0 at local rivals Rochdale.

  26. 2128: 
    GOAL- Barcelona 0-3 Real Madrid (agg 1-4) - Raphael Varane (68 mins)

    Great header, Matt Smith-esque, as Raphael Varane puts Real Madrid into the Copa del Rey final. The young defender gets up high at a corner to bullet a header in off the underside of the crossbar before running to embrace Jose Mourinho, who is pogoing away on the touchline. Barca's 22-match unbeaten run at the Nou Camp is turning to dust.

  27. 2127: 
    CLOSE!- Everton 3-1 Oldham

    Lovely move from Everton as Kevin Mirallas and Nikica Jelavic link up in a tight spot to tee up Darron Gibson but he leans back and belts the ball over the top. That deserved more.

  28. 2127: 
    Barcelona 0-2 Real Madrid (agg 1-3)

    We could see a lot of tonight's gameplan from Real Madrid when they come to Old Trafford next week. Contain, contain, contain, kill on the counter.

    They have done it superbly well but not for the first time this season Barca look short of a plan b.

  29. 2126: 

    It was pretty painful to watch but Ross County won't care one jot. An 81st-minute strike from substitute Gary Glen at Aberdeen means the Staggies extend their unbeaten run to nine matches and move up to third place in the Scottish Premier League.

  30. 2125: 

    In League One, Tranmere still lead Notts County 1-0 and Sheffield United are still in a stalemate with Leyton Orient, with Rovers set to move top. Doncaster have a 1-0 lead thanks to James Husband at Shrewsbury, where the home team are down to 10 men after David McAllister was red-carded for a foul on Ian Hume. While Oldham are giving their all at Goodison in their FA Cup replay, they may be concerned that the team below them in the table, 21st placed Colchester, are 2-0 up against Yeovil with goals from Billy Clifford and Freddie Sears.

  31. 2124: 
    Everton 3-1 Oldham

    Into the last 10 minutes at Goodison Park, where it is looking more and more like an Everton v Wigan FA Cup quarter-final.

  32. 2123: 

    Frank via text: "Wonderful, wonderful player though Messi is - there's no doubt for me Ronaldo is the best player in the world and he's showing it tonight in Messi's backyard."

    Robin via text: "Don't understand all the Barca bashing in comparison to last year. Don't remember them having a 16-point cushion last season."

  33. 2123: 
    Barcelona 0-2 Real Madrid (agg 1-3)

    Spanish football journalist Andy West at the Nou Camp: "That second goal has surely killed this tie - it's certainly put a dampener on the atmosphere inside the Nou Camp. Madrid have been very dangerous on the break all night and Barcelona fans clearly feel the introduction of David Villa for Cesc Fabregas came too late. The home team need a miracle and at the moment there's no sign of it happening."

  34. 2121:  
    Manchester United defender Rio Ferdinand

    "Wow....Di Maria just opened up the Camp Nou...counter attack play at its best. @Cristiano is in 1 clinical mood."

  35. 2120: 
    Barcelona 0-2 Real Madrid (agg 1-3)
    Cristiano Ronaldo

    Barcelona now need to score three times in the final half an hour. That is not beyond them - but they need one soon...

  36. 2119: 

    @SANiceGuy: "Gareth Bale scores 7 games in a row for Tottenham. Ronaldo scores in 7 El Clasico's in a row. That's the definition of class."

    @SLreddevils: "The Everton vs Oldham is as one-sided as the Swansea vs Bradford match. They are on a totally different level."

    @mang00se: "Loving the intensity of the Real v Barca game - but the reaction from every challenge is an absolute joke. It's getting worse."

  37. 2117: 
    GOAL- Barcelona 0-2 Real Madrid (agg 1-3) - Cristiano Ronaldo (57 minutes)

    What a counter-attack! Barcelona are camped on the edge of the Real box, but Lionel Messi gives the ball away with a little flick. Sami Khedira just hammers the ball downfield, League Two style, and Real are suddenly two-on-two. Angel Di Maria does Carles Puyol a treat, dumping him on his backside and while Jose Pinto saves his shot, the loose ball runs to Cristiano Ronaldo, who was never going to miss.

  38. 2114: 
    Everton 3-1 Oldham

    Everton could kill this off as Leon Osman is played into space on the right of the box but he tries to pick out a team-mate instead of putting his laces through a shot and Oldham clear.

    Into the last 20.

  39. 2114: 
    CLOSE!- Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    Barcelona are straight back down the opposite end and Sergio Busquets' cleanly-hit shot is beaten away rather unconvincingly by Diego Lopez. A clutch of Barcelona shirts are in and around the six-yard box, but the ball refuses to fall their way.

  40. 2113: 

    The weather continues to wreak havoc in Scotland, with Cowdenbeath v Partick Thistle called off due to fog with the score at 2-1 to Cowdenbeath. Gutted.

  41. 2112: 
    Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    Xabi Alonso splits the Barcelona rearguard with a beautifully weighted ball for the overlapping Fabio Coentrao, but the Portuguese full-back, with the angle tightening and Jordi Alba gaining ground, fires straight at Jose Pinto. Real still looking bright on the counter.

  42. 2111: 
    Everton 3-1 Oldham
    Everton boss David Moyes (left) and Oldham's Tony Philliskirk

    We have 25 minutes left at Goodison Park. If Oldham can score another it could be interesting...

  43. 2109:  
    Former Hull boss Phil Brown on 5 live at Goodison Park:Everton 3-1 Oldham

    "That's just a reflection of how Oldham have been playing in the last 10 minutes. Everton scored against the run of play, so Oldham deserved that reply. Everton looked rattled and Matt Smith has come on and done his job."

  44. 2108: 
    GOAL- Everton 3-1 Oldham - Matt Smith (64 mins)

    ...Or maybe that is not that! Supersub Matt Smith grabs his fourth goal against Liverpool or Everton this season, rising high but crucially free to thump in a header from a corner. Terrible marking and maybe we have a game on again.

  45. 2106: 
    GOAL- Everton 3-0 Oldham - Leon Osman (62 mins)

    That should be that. Oldham have had a good 10 minutes or so but Everton rally to find a killer third goal. Steven Pienaar's cross from the left is flicked on by the head of Leon Osman, Nikica Jelavic goes in right in front of Oldham keeper Dean Bouzanis, and while he fails to make a connection his presence is enough to put Bouzanis off and the ball finds the corner.

  46. 2105: 
    KICK-OFF- Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    We are back in business at the Nou Camp.

  47. 2104:  
    Former Hull boss Phil Brown on 5 live at Goodison Park:Everton 2-0 Oldham

    "There's a bit of momentum going Oldham's way now, the substitutions were very positive. Sylvain Distin fancied his chances against Chris Iwelumo but now Matt Smith is in there, you have to expect it will cause a bit of consternation in the Everton defence."

  48. 2103: 

    Theo via text: "What's happened to Barca? They seem so lost in the final third. Missing their man Pep?"

    Isaac via text: "Those who think the players made Barcelona a great team by themselves owe Pep Guardiola an apology now!"

    Sam via text: "With Phil Jones most likely out of the Madrid game I'm worried about who's going to stop Ronaldo, the man is a BEAST!"

  49. 2102: 
    CLOSE!- Everton 2-0 Oldham

    Plenty of up-and-at-'em now from Oldham, as they pepper that Everton penalty area with crosses. Everton's Tim Howard and Sylvain Distin have been here and done it though, commanding that penalty area to clear away time and again.

    Much better from Oldham though as Lee Croft skids a shot into the side-netting.

  50. 2059: 
    CLOSE!- Everton 2-0 Oldham

    Oldham's changes instantly provide some impetus as the Latics work the ball out to Robbie Simpson on the left, he crosses low and hard and Phil Neville turns it away close to his own goal. Matt Smith has already won two headers out of two and his introduction has lifted the away support.

  51. 2059: 
    SUBSTITUTION- Everton 2-0 Oldham

    Here he comes. Oldham's FA Cup hero Matt Smith is on in place of Chris Iwelumo, with Jordan Obita also replaced by Robbie Simpson.

  52. 2056:  
    Former Hull boss Phil Brown on 5 live at Goodison Park:Everton 2-0 Oldham

    "He's not everyone's cup of tea but Phil Neville is so reliable for Everton. He just sits in front of the back four to let the likes of Darron Gibson, Leon Osman and Steven Pienaar go about their business."

  53. 2056: 

    Billy Kee has a second goal for third-placed Burton at home to Morecambe in League Two and seventh-placed Exeter hold a similarly commanding position at Port Vale thanks to a strike from Danny Coles, which follows Jamie Cureton's opener. Port Vale could be heading for a fifth home defeat of the season - amazing for a team in second place in the division. Elsewhere, Jake Hyde's goal has given Barnet a 1-0 lead over Southend that would lift them out of the bottom three if AFC Wimbledon and Plymouth stay locked at 1-1.

  54. 2055: 
    Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    Spanish football journalist Andy West reports from the Nou Camp: "There was a repetitive pattern to the first half with Barcelona's possession and pressure punctuated by occasional Madrid counter-attacks and long-range Ronaldo missiles.

    "Barca are still in it but the home fans started to get on Cesc Fabregas's back following a couple of poor touches from the former Arsenal man, and he may well be replaced by David Villa if an equaliser doesn't come early in the second half."

  55. 2054: 
    Everton 2-0 Oldham

    Oldham's excellent travelling support are a bit subdued as Everton start the second half strongly. Kevin Mirallas delivers a cracking corner which ends with Phil Jagielka hammering a shot over the top.

  56. 2051: 
    Everton 2-0 Oldham

    Oldham's totemic centre forward Matt Smith is warming up as Wigan boss Roberto Martinez looks on. His side face a trip to the winners of this replay in the last eight.

  57. 2050: 

    @PatGibney7: "The El Clasico has to be the most beautiful game of the beautiful game."

    @Rav_2223: "I love David Moyes & Everton but I really want to see another magical FA Cup round with Oldham making a fight of it now."

    @KoloKennethK: "All the talk about Gareth Bale, when Leighton Baines keeps impressing and carrying Everton on a smaller budget."

    Get involved via text on 81111 (UK only) or tweet #bbcfootball

  58. 2050: 
    HALF-TIME- Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    Plenty of silliness between Sergio Ramos and Jordi Alba on the sideline as the half-time whistle goes. Advantage Real.

  59. 2049: 
    KICK-OFF- Everton 2-0 Oldham

    We are back under way at Goodison Park. What can you do about this one then Oldham Athletic?

  60. 2048: 

    Tranmere can go top of the League One table tonight if they win and Sheffield United don't - and that's the state of play at the interval. Abdulai Bell-Baggie has scored for Rovers against Notts County and the Blades are being held by Leyton Orient at Bramall Lane. Clayton Donaldson's goal for Brentford has the Bees 2-0 up at Crawley and pushing for a play-off spot. They're helped by the team above them, Bournemouth, trailing 0-1 at home to a Leon Clarke goal for Coventry. At the bottom, Portsmouth are drawing 1-1 with MK Dons but they could be still be cut further adrift because second-bottom Hartlepool are 2-0 up against Crewe.

  61. 2044: 
    Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)
    Cristiano Ronaldo celebrates scoring for Real Madrid

    Cristiano Ronaldo drives at the Barca defence once more - he is verging on the unstoppable - but it is Sergio Ramos who almost gets on to the end of a cross and comes close to finding a second for Madrid. Into the last five minutes of the first half.

  62. 2042: 
    CLOSE!- Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    Lionel Messi lines up a free-kick and my word it is close. He goes low and around the wall, producing enough curl to bring the ball back in but it skids a yard wide of the post.

  63. 2037: 
    PENALTY APPEAL- Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    The conspiracy theorists in Spain will be taking note as Pedro is flattened by Xabi Alonso inside the penalty area but nothing is given.

    Spanish football journalist Andy West tells us from the Nou Camp that referee Alberto Undiano is not popular with Barca fans anyway.

    West says: "They feel he's treated their team harshly in the past, particularly during the 2011 Copa del Rey final which Madrid won, and Undiano is sure to be placed under intense pressure by the home crowd. Former Liverpool pair Xabi Alonso and Alvaro Arbeloa are also bound to get plenty of stick after dishing out some heavy challenges to Lionel Messi during the first leg."

    To make matters worse the referee then bodychecks Lionel Messi as he tries to run on to a scooped pass from Andres Iniesta.

  64. 2038: 

    Three games in the Championship, with promotion-chasing Leicester two to the good against Blackburn at the break, thanks to goals from Chris Wood and Harry Kane. Burnley versus Huddersfield is goalless but the 2000 GMT kick-off between Bolton and Peterborough is not going well for rock-bottom Posh, who are behind thanks to Craig Dawson's early header.

  65. 2035: 
    Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    Some lovely play from Barca sees Dani Alves break into the penalty area but his cut-back is air-kicked by Cesc Fabregas. That man Cristiano Ronaldo then has a shot blocked at the other end. Manchester United take note - Real have been devastating on the break tonight.

  66. 2034:  
    Former Hull boss Phil Brown on 5 live at Goodison Park:Everton 2-0 Oldham

    "Everton deserve to be in the position they are in. Oldham have given a good account of themselves, they have matched their opponents to a certain extent, but Everton have just had a bit of better quality in the final third."

  67. 2032: 
    HALF-TIME- Everton 2-0 Oldham
    Oldham's Jose Baxter challenges Everton's Leon Osman (left, in blue)
  68. 2030: 
    CLOSE!- Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    Barca's patient pressing opens up an opportunity down their left, as Andres Iniesta cuts in on to his right foot and smashes in a shot just past the far corner. Gonzalo Higuain then fires wide as we approach the half-hour mark.

  69. 2028: 
    Everton 2-0 Oldham

    Ouch indeed! Leighton Baines thwacks a clearance into the face of Oldham winger Lee Croft who is prone on the floor. No malice intended but that will sting.

  70. 2026: 
    CLOSE!- Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    Cristiano Ronaldo is carrying all of Real Madrid's attacking threat, and he shoots after cutting in on to his right foot, but his low drive is well held.

  71. 2025: 

    Nick via text: "Real Madrid have to play Barcelona twice this week before travelling to Old Trafford, whilst Manchester United play Norwich, music to any United fan's ears!"

    Jake via text: "I'm a big fan of Gareth Bale and at the moment he is one of the form players in the world, but we should wait to see if he play at this level for four or five seasons before he can be considered in the same class as Ronaldo and Messi."

  72. 2023:  
    Former Hull boss Phil Brown on 5 live at Goodison Park:Everton 2-0 Oldham

    "If the keeper goes flat, and across, he saves that Everton penalty. I think he's gone too early. Now it's 2-0 you feel for Oldham. Tony Philliskirk will want to get them in now for half-time and get a few words of wisdom into them."

  73. 2023: 
    Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)

    Spanish football journalist Andy West at the Nou Camp: "It was all Barca in the opening stages but the home crowd emitted a nervous gasp whenever Ronaldo touched the ball, and those fears proved to be well-founded when he glided past Gerard Pique to draw a foul and a penalty. He converted with style and further inflamed the home fans by running to the corner flag to celebrate. Advantage Madrid but there's a long way to go and the home fans and players have responded positively."

  74. 2022: 

    In League Two, three of the teams in the top seven are a goal up. Jacques Maghoma has third-placed Burton ahead against Morecambe and Cheltenham's Marlon Pack has found the target from long range to give them the lead at Fleetwood. Jamie Cureton is the man who has given seventh-placed Exeter the lead at Port Vale. In the lower reaches, Wimbledon and Plymouth are 1-1. Harry Pell's goal for the home side has cancelled out Jason Banton's opener for Plymouth - both these teams are in the bottom four.

  75. 2021: 

    Lots of endeavour at Pittodrie but very few moments to excite the crowd as Aberdeen and Ross County complete 45 minutes without troubling the scoresheet.

  76. 2020: 
    GOAL- Everton 2-0 Oldham - Leighton Baines (34 mins)

    Leighton Baines doesn't miss many from the spot, but this isn't one of his greatest - Dean Bouzanis gets a full hand on it but can only help it on its way in. The climb is looking mountainous for Oldham now.

  77. 2020: 
    PENALTY TO EVERTON- Everton 1-0 Oldham

    There could be two penalties here. Everton cross from the right, Nikica Jelavic goes down under a challenge in the middle before the ball bounces up and strikes Connor Brown on the hand. Penalty given.

  78. 2019: 
    PENALTY APPEAL- Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2)
    Lionel Messi (left) shoots at goal against Real Madrid

    An instant appeal at the other end as Cesc Fabregas hits the turf, Angel Di Maria has a sheepish look on his face but there doesn't seem much in that one.

  79. 2016: 
    GOAL- Barcelona 0-1 Real Madrid (agg 1-2) - Cristiano Ronaldo (13 mins)

    Cristiano Ronaldo looks confident, even by his own high standards, and barely takes his eyes off those of Barca keeper Jose Pinto as he slams the ball into the corner. Ronaldo has now scored on his last six visits to the Nou Camp.

  80. 2015: 
    PENALTY TO REAL MADRID- Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid

    Cristiano Ronaldo runs at Gerard Pique, it's one lollipop, two lollipops before Pique lunges in and brings him down - penalty!

  81. 2013: 
    GREAT SAVE!- Everton 1-0 Oldham

    Leighton Baines fires in a cracking effort from 30 yards, a real Stuart Pearce-style smash from left-back, and Dean Bouzanis does really well to get across and turn it away. A glove-stinger.

  82. 2012: 

    Very few goals so far in League One - Brentford have a strike from Sam Saunders giving them the lead against Crawley - that's gives them a bit of impetus in their bid for a play-off spot. Also, managerless Swindon have gone behind at home to Bury with Steven Schumacher on the scoresheet. Elsewhere, a Will Grigg penalty has given Walsall the lead at Carlisle.

  83. 2011: 
    Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid

    Barcelona have controlled the opening seven minutes or so, with Cesc Fabregas the next to threaten, skidding in a low shot which is well saved by Diego Lopez.

  84. 2009: 
    Everton 1-0 Oldham

    Kevin Mirallas is buoyed by that goal, as he links up with Nikica Jelavic to flash a shot into the goalmouth. Stout defending from Oldham though to get a block in.

    Jelavic is then pulled to the floor by James Tarkowski as they compete for a header. Another decent penalty shout that one.

  85. 2007:  
    Former Hull boss Phil Brown on 5 live at Goodison Park:

    "Everton's goal was a result of a lot of pressure mounting. Darron Gibson didn't shoot nor did Phil Neville then it came to Gibson and my word what a ball. That pressure meant the Oldham defence stayed deep and it gave room for a fantastic finish."

  86. 2007: 

    Bolton versus Peterborough has started - that game is an 2000 GMT kick-off - but there is very little to report so far in the Championship, with Burnley-Huddersfield and Leicester-Blackburn also goalless.

  87. 2006: 
    CLOSE!- Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid

    Lionel Messi takes a full 90 seconds to threaten, collecting Pedro's pass to twist away from a marker and smash a shot wide of the far corner. Great start for Barca.

  88. 2006: 

    @seanomcneilly: "A win tonight and can we really dream of a play-off place? Strangely confident for a Bolton fan for once."

    @G_Mannion: "I love a good 'cupset' as much as the next man, but tonight will be a wipe-out for Oldham. 3-0 Everton."

    @ShaunFarrelly: "Whatever happens tonight, Oldham can be proud of their efforts in the FA Cup this season, good luck tonight."

  89. 2005: 
    PENALTY APPEAL- Everton 1-0 Oldham

    Oldham want a penalty - and why not? Phil Jagielka smashes a clearance at team-mate Daron Gibson, it hits him on the arm but the referee waves play on. It would have been harsh but there's been a few like that given in recent weeks.

  90. 2004: 
    KICK-OFF- Barcelona 0-0 Real Madrid

    We are under way in Spain.

  91. 2003: 
    HITS THE WOODWORK- Everton 1-0 Oldham

    Stunning response from Oldham! Former Everton man Jose Baxter seizes on a loose ball 25 yards from goal and floats a beauty of a lob over the head of Tim Howard and against the inside of the post. So unlucky.

  92. 2001: 
    GOAL- Everton 1-0 Oldham - Kevin Mirallas (15 mins)

    Darron Gibson turns down the chance to shoot from range, and when the ball is recycled back to him, Gibson whips in a beauty of a cross from the right which Kevin Mirallas arrives on to perfectly to steer home his first goal in five months. Just the start Everton wanted.

  93. 1959: 
    Everton 0-0 Oldham

    Oldham win a free-kick deep in the Everton half. You feel this is their best avenue for success tonight but Jose Baxter's delivery is poor and Tim Howard is able to make the catch easily.

  94. 1959:  
    Former Hull boss Phil Brown on 5 live at Goodison Park:

    "Chris Iwelumo is sliding towards Phil Jagielka rather than Sylvain Distin so that Oldham can look to hit him on the diagonal and then pick up the pieces."

  95. 1957: 
    Barcelona v Real Madrid (2000 GMT)

    The players are in the tunnel at the Nou Camp, which looks packed to the rafters. One of the biggest games on the globe is set to kick-off. And I don't mean Bolton v Peterborough.

  96. 1956: 
    Everton 0-0 Oldham

    Nikica Jelavic is in dire need of a goal for Everton, and he has looked bright in the opening stages, looking to get in behind the Oldham defence at every opportunity. The Latics have survived the opening 10 minutes easily enough though...

  97. 1955:  
    BBC Radio 5 liveBBC COVERAGE

    BBC Sport's John Murray and former Hull manager Phil Brown are in place on the Goodison Park gantry for live commentary and analysis of Everton v Oldham on BBC Radio 5 live, while there is coverage of the Championship meeting between Leicester and Blackburn on BBC Radio 5 live sports extra.

  98. 1952: 
    Everton 0-0 Oldham

    Everton continue to press, with Leon Osman half-heartedly appealing for a penalty as he clashes with Dean Furman but the free-kick goes the underdogs' way. Good early tempo about this one.

  99. 1951:  
    Former Hull boss Phil Brown on 5 live:

    "It's a very positive team selection by Tony Philliskirk. It's not just a 4-5-1, which many teams would choose for a cold midweek game at Goodison. Oldham have gone very positive. I can only see once defensive midfield player in their side, the rest are forward-thinking players."

    You can listen to commentary from Goodison Park on 5 live now.

  100. 1948: 
    Everton 0-0 Oldham

    Everton's first attack comes through Leighton Baines - no surprises there - and the left-back sees his low cross cleared by Jean-Yves M'voto. Everton popping the ball about nicely in a lively start as Kevin Mirallas wins a free-kick with a jinking run.

  101. 1947: 
    Barcelona v Real Madrid (2000 GMT)

    Victor Valdes, linked with moves to Manchester United and Arsenal in the English press in recent days, is replaced between the Barcelona posts by Jose Pinto. There are six other changes in front of him from the team that beat Sevilla 2-1 last time out. Carles Puyol comes in for Javier Mascherano, Jordi Alba for Martin Montoya, Sergio Busquets replaces Alex Song, Xavi is in for Thiago, Cesc Fabregas in for Alexis Sanchez and Pedro for David Villa.

    There is a late change for Real Madrid as Alvaro Arbeloa comes in for Pepe, meaning Sergio Ramos moves into the heart of the defence from right-back. Ramos will be partnered by Rafael Varane, who was the man of the match in the first leg in the Bernabeu. Elsewhere, Xabi Alonso and Sami Khedira replace Luka Modric and Michael Essien in midfield, while the main man, Cristiano Ronaldo, is back in attack with Kaka left on the bench.

  102. 1946: 

    @AcademyGaffer: "So, no Fellaini for Everton. I wonder if Moyes has finally got fed about him and his agent talking about Chelsea."

    @ukjezza: "The phrase "Breaking News" in the same sentence as "Oldham vs Everton" just doesn't look right!"

    @OliKRatcliffe: "Ronaldo scored 40+ in 1 season for United, yes Bale is in form but yet to execute it over a full season."

    Get involved via the hashtag #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only).

  103. 1945: 
    KICK-OFF- Everton 0-0 Oldham

    We are go at Goodison.

  104. 1944: 
    Everton v Oldham (1945 GMT)

    Caretaker Oldham boss Tony Philliskirk on the decision to keep Matt Smith on the bench: "Chris Iwelumo is a very experienced player and the team is inexperienced, so he is invaluable. He's a bit of leader on the pitch and great in the dressing room."

  105. 1943: 
    Everton v Oldham (1945 GMT)

    Z Cars is booming out at Goodison as the players emerge on to the pitch - we are close to kick-off.

  106. 1940: 
    Everton v Oldham (1945 GMT)
    David Moyes

    Everton manager David Moyes: "We've been missing goals and conceding late on so we need to concentrate better. Marouane Fellaini got an injury against Norwich so we will have to cope without him.

    "Oldham are on a really good run so we have to play well and give them all the respect they deserve."

  107. 1936: 
    Everton v Oldham (1945 GMT)

    Paul Scholes is in the house. Scholesy is a massive Oldham fan of course, is there any chance he could be persuaded to have a go in League One? Imagine that...

  108. 1935: 
    EL CLASICO- Barcelona v Real Madrid (2000 GMT)

    Spanish football journalist Andy West at the Nou Camp: "The atmosphere is building nicely in the Nou Camp. The vast stadium is not even half full at the moment but the fans inside certainly made their presence felt when Real Madrid's players emerged for their warm-up: they were met by a cacophony of whistles and jeers. Barcelona have placed a flag on every seat for fans to wave when the players come out before the game - should create quite a spectacle."

  109. 1933: 

    We are 15 minutes away from kick-off at Goodison Park. David Moyes has not messed about with his team selection, will they prove too strong for their League One opposition?

  110. 1928: 

    But while all is rosy at Boundary Park this month, Everton's form has nose-dived alarmingly.

    David Moyes' side are without a win this month, they lost at Norwich on Saturday and have only won twice in seven Premier League games in 2013.

    An FA Cup win remains high on Moyes' agenda, but they need to raise their game to see off Oldham this evening.

  111. 1927: 

    Opta Sports on Twitter: "1952 - Everton have not lost an FA Cup replay against a third tier team since 1952, when they lost 3-1 at home to Leyton Orient. Unthinkable."

  112. 1925: 

    James via text: "Oldham have no chance. This match will be a boring one sided 5-0."

    Frank via text: "El Clasico prediction: Ronaldo to show that Bale's 'worldies' aren't enough when you're up against what a 'Galáctico' can do!"

    David via text: "I thought Swansea would tonk Bradford but wasn't brave enough to say so but Everton will tonk Oldham."

    Text us via 81111 (UK only)

  113. 1924: 
    Barcelona v Real Madrid (2000 GMT)

    A late change to the Real Madrid line up as Pepe is ruled out, with former Liverpool man Alvaro Arbeloa coming in.

  114. 1922: 

    The footballing world may have been shocked by the departure of Paul Dickov at Boundary Park just a week after the Latics knocked Liverpool out of the FA Cup, but recent results suggest that maybe it was the smart move.

    Since Dickov left the club at the start of the month Oldham are unbeaten, and have put MK Dons, Stevenage and Portsmouth to the sword in League One either side of holding Everton in the original tie.

    Have they turned the corner?

  115. 1921: 
    LINE-UPS- Everton v Oldham (1945 GMT)

    Everton: Howard, Coleman, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Mirallas, Neville, Gibson, Pienaar, Osman, Jelavic. Subs: Mucha, Heitinga, Oviedo, Naismith, Hitzlsperger, Vellios, Duffy.

    Oldham: Bouzanis, Brown, Mvoto, Tarkowski, Grounds, Croft, Furman, Baxter, Obita, Iwelumo, Barnard. Subs: Cisak, Wesolowski, Simpson, Smith, Millar, Winchester, Mellor.

    Referee: Michael Oliver (Northumberland)

  116. 1921: 
    EL CLASICO- Barcelona v Real Madrid (2000 GMT)

    Spanish football journalist Andy West reports from the Nou Camp: "Barca's team is the one widely predicted by the local media. Some fans won't be happy because that means no place in the starting line-up for David Villa, who is regarded by many as a solution to the lack of penetration they displayed against AC Milan last week. No surprises in the Madrid team either. The big question was whether Kaka's recent good form would earn him a start, but he was always likely to be on the bench."

  117. 1919: 

    @joshua_kleiman: "Massive game tonight in Spain! For some reason I have a feeling Madrid will go through."

    @Rheggie_: "Balance of power in Europe is changing, expect more eyes to be on Bayern v Dortmund tomorrow than on El Clasico tonight."

    @Akhlaq1386: "Mourinho will see this & the Champions League games as must wins and therefore will play strong sides. La Liga is Barca's!"

    Get involved and tweet #bbcfootball or text 81111 (UK only).

  118. 1918: 

    Tonight's Scottish live text of Aberdeen v Ross County is now up and running.

    Join Colin Moffat for all the latest on that one.

  119. 1915: 
    Barcelona v Real Madrid (2000 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Mike Henson reports: "What's that? That, my friends, is the sound of Jose Mourinho's season, and possibly entire reign, at Real Madrid coming to the crunch. Tonight, Real travel to Barcelona in the second leg of the Copa del Rey after a 1-1 draw in the first leg. On Saturday Barcelona make the return trip on La Liga business, looking to extend a 16-point advantage over their great rivals towards the realms of humiliation. And next Tuesday, just when they could do with a dolly of a game, Manchester United at Old Trafford beckons for the second leg of their Champions League last-16 clash. That's a tough week at work. Time for the Special One to knuckle down."

  120. 1914: 
    Everton v Oldham (1945 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan reports: "No Marouane Fellaini for Everton, which means their aerial threat may be nullified up front. More importantly, the big Belgian will reduce the hosts' height in defence as the likes of Matt Smith barrel into the box. Fellaini is replaced by the experienced Phil Neville, while Kevin Mirallas is in for Steven Naismith. Oldham are unchanged from Saturday's win over Portsmouth. No wonder, given their four-game unbeaten run under caretaker boss Tony Philliskirk, who must be the front runner for the job."

  121. 1911: 
    EL CLASICO- Barcelona v Real Madrid (2000 GMT)

    Barcelona have named a typically strong side, with Lionel Messi flanked by Pedro and Andres Iniesta. The only real sign of rotation comes with Jose Pinto in goal instead of Victor Valdes.

    Real Madrid are also at full strength.

  122. 1909: 

    In-form Ross County visit Aberdeen in the SPL tonight, aiming to extend their unbeaten run to nine games. The hosts are just one point behind in the table but have only tasted victory once since the turn of the year.

    The horsemeat scandal has hit Pittodrie, with beef pies off the menu but fear not the Dons have stocked up on extra macaroni and chicken pastry offerings to keep out the winter chill.

    Also in Scotland, the Scottish First Division match between Dumbarton and Raith Rovers has been postponed due to a frozen pitch. Off.

  123. 1905: 

    While we are down in League Two, it's the end of an era at Dagenham & Redbridge after manager John Still left the club after nine years to take charge of Luton.

    Still's exit means that Paul Tisdale - at Exeter City - is the longest serving boss in the Football League. He's been in charge since June 2006.

  124. 1902: 

    Gillingham will be looking to extend their lead at the top of League Two as they entertain Oxford United, and at the other end of the table Accrington could exit the relegation zone if they grind out a result at local rivals Rochdale. Bottom side Plymouth visit fellow strugglers AFC Wimbledon with just three points separating the two sides.

    Automatic promotion hopefuls Port Vale welcome fellow promotion chasers Exeter, while Northampton could enter the top three should they beat Bristol Rovers and Burton slip-up at Morecambe.

  125. 1900: 

    @lehagop: "Everton fans angry with Moyes for failing to sign anyone and delaying his own signature, he can not afford to lose today."

    @JohnChiggzzy: "Madrid will win it 1-0, Ronaldo sucker-punch!"

    @jrdnbrwn23: "I didn't think we'd beat Forest, Liverpool or draw with Everton last time. Anything's possible in the Cup. Dare to dream!"

    @honree14: "Look out for Oldham's Dean Furman, who had an excellent AFCON 2013 with South Africa in midfield."

  126. 1858: 

    In League One, new leaders Sheffield United host Leyton Orient looking to extend their advantage in what is an extremely tight top seven. The Blades are a point ahead of Swindon, with sixth-placed Bournemouth only two points off the top.

    At the bottom, Portsmouth are 12 points shy of the safety mark and desperately need wins, starting with tonight's home game against MK Dons.

  127. 1855: 

    In the Championship, Blackburn will be looking to put a dent in Leicester's promotion hopes as they head to the King Power Stadium - the Foxes are without a win in February, while Michael Appleton's men are yet to pick up an away victory in 2013. Bottom side Peterborough visit Bolton, while Burnley welcome Huddersfield in a re-arranged fixture following the Terriers' FA Cup exploits. The Clarets are looking for their first win in six league outings after collecting just two points from 15 available.

  128. 1854: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Everton v Oldham (1945 GMT)

    Oldham are unchanged from the side which beat Portsmouth at the weekend. Former Everton youngster Jose Baxter starts, with super-sub Matt Smith again on the bench.

  129. 1851: 
    BREAKING TEAM NEWS- Everton v Oldham (1945 GMT)

    Everton make two changes from the defeat at Norwich, with skipper Phil Neville and Kevin Mirallas coming in to the side, Steven Naismith and Marouane Fellaini dropping out.

    Fellaini is not in the squad at all.

  130. 1849: 

    @MercyRuled: "Everton fan; really worried about tonight, Oldham beat Liverpool who are rising. Oldham have the country's support."

    @ClareRancor: "Rooting for Oldham tonight, should be a great game from watching the first match."

    @RichoCop: "Matt Smith hat-trick!!"

    Get involved throughout tonight's matches via text on 81111 (UK only) or tweet #bbcfootball

  131. 1846: 
    Everton v Oldham (1945 GMT)

    BBC Sport's Alistair Magowan reports: "To say Everton boss David Moyes was angry after his side's injury-time defeat by Norwich on Saturday would be an understatement. The Scot felt referee Lee Mason had played too much stoppage time and it was the fifth time Everton have conceded in that period this season. One of those goals was a Matt Smith header that earned Oldham this replay and Moyes believes facing the 6ft 6in striker represents an 'unusual' challenge for his defence. Perhaps, though, they have learnt their lessons this time?"

  132. 1841: 
    Everton v Oldham (1945 GMT)

    Matt Smith has only scored seven goals this season - with three of them coming against Liverpool and Everton - and he may well be on the bench for Oldham tonight. We should have team news with you shortly.

  133. 1841: 

    Oldham goalkeeper Dean Bouzanis: "The day has come! Lets be OAFC heroes. Come on the boys. #Buzzing #FA Cup"

  134. 1841: 

    Can Oldham pull off another Cupset tonight then? Who will come out on top at the Nou Camp? Where are we ranking Gareth Bale exactly now? And who is going up or down in the Football League as we approach crunch time?

    Let me know. Tweet us using the hashtag #bbcfootball or text in on 81111 (UK Only). Fire away.

  135. 1838: 

    There is also a near-full programme of games in the Football League tonight. We have three games in the Championship, 11 in League One and 11 more in the basement of League Two...

  136. 1837: 
    Lionel Messi & Cristiano Ronaldo

    Across the water we have a massive game going down in Spain tonight - it's only Barcelona v Real Madrid.

    The two sides face off in another El Clasico, with this one coming in the second leg of their Copa del Rey semi-final.

    The sides drew 1-1 in the first leg at the Bernabeu last month, with Raphael Varane equalising an opener from Barca midfielder Cesc Fabregas.

    We'll bring you all the action from that one.

  137. 1835: 

    On paper, Oldham have little chance of causing yet another upset at Goodison Park this evening, with Everton odds-on favourites to book a quarter-final with Wigan.

    But the Latics and Matt Smith won't care about that. Just a few years ago Smith was studying international management with American studies at Manchester Uni whilst embarking on a double life as a non-League footballer at Redditch, Droylsden and Solihull Moors.

    Smith said this week: "I would be in the library at ridiculous hours. I did an exam in the morning and then had to drive three hours to Lincolnshire to play Boston United."

    And I thought juggling uni with having five nights out a week was tough...

  138. 1830: 
    Matt Smith

    Matt Smith is not your average footballer.

    The Oldham striker heads to Goodison Park tonight looking to complete a remarkable FA Cup treble. After scoring twice in the fourth-round win over Liverpool, the 23-year-old climbed off the bench to head in a last-gasp leveller in a 2-2 draw with Everton earlier this month.

    The 6ft 6in 23-year-old was playing for Solihull Moors just over two years ago while finishing a degree at Manchester University. He is what the FA Cup is all about, but can he inspire the League One side yet again?

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Position Team P GD PTS
1 Cardiff 33 21 70
2 Watford 34 25 62
3 Hull City 34 9 62
4 Crystal Palace 34 18 58
5 Leicester 33 28 57
6 Brighton 33 12 52
7 Middlesbrough 34 0 51
8 Nott'm Forest 34 3 48
9 Leeds 33 -5 46
10 Bolton 34 3 45
11 Blackburn 34 -1 45
12 Derby 34 2 44
13 Burnley 34 -1 44
14 Millwall 33 -5 44
15 Charlton 34 -4 43
16 Birmingham 34 -9 42
17 Blackpool 34 1 41
18 Huddersfield 34 -22 41
19 Sheffield Wed 33 -8 40
20 Ipswich 34 -20 39
21 Barnsley 33 -12 37
22 Wolves 34 -10 35
23 Bristol City 34 -14 34
24 Peterborough 33 -11 33