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Boreham Wood have the chance to become just the second non-league team in history to make the FA Cup quarter-finals this week.
The National League side are set for their first ever competitive showdown with a Premier League team as they travel to Everton in the fifth round.
Everton will be hoping to avoid a major upset against Boreham Wood
The Wood shocked Championship outfit Bournemouth in the last round but are on a run of three games without a win or goal away from home.
Everton eased into the fifth round by beating Brentford 4-1 in Frank Lampard’s first match in charge but boast a record of just three victories in their last ten at Goodison Park.
This FA Cup fifth round clash will take place on Tuesday, March 3.
talkSPORT will have live coverage of the match at Goodison Park which will kick-off at 8:15pm.
Hugh Woozencroft will be your presenter while commentary will come from Nigel Adderley and former midfielder Andy Townsend.
Everton fell to a 1-0 defeat to Manchester City at the weekend, while Boreham Wood secured a 1-0 success over Eastleigh – nearly five months after eliminating them in the first round of the FA Cup.
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Can Boreham Wood continue their FA Cup fairy tale as they face Frank Lampard’s Everton?
The hosts are without January signings Donny van de Beek, Dele Alli and Anwar El Ghazi as all three are cup-tied.
Everton also have a series of injuries, with Dominic Calvert-Lewin joining Tom Davies, Yerry Mina, Ben Godfrey and Fabian Delph on the sidelines.
As for Boreham Wood, Jamal Fyfield is closing in on a return from a hamstring issue but Mark Ricketts remains a doubt.
Kane Smith – a boyhood Everton fan – has not featured since picking up an injury against Maidenhead United over two weeks ago.
Lampard has a job on his hands turning around Everton’s fortunes
“Can we [win against Everton?] No,” Luke Garrard told Sky Sports News.
“I’ve had a load of league managers text me over the last few days saying ‘make sure you get the brick layers out to build you a brick wall in the goal’.
“Listen, it’s going to be tough. For me, it’s going to be about going there, I’ve got Z-cars playing in my ear now and the hair on the back of my neck stood up.
“To have that in front of 40,000, going to Everton, it’s a massive, massive club. I believe they’ve won the cup five times.
“I’ve got young Kane Smith that went in the changing room and put [Tony] Hibbert’s shirt on, he’s got it on backwards and he’s celebrating with our fans.
“To have that infant of 40,000, going to Everton, it’s a massive, massive club. I believe they’ve won the cup five times.
“I’ve got young Kane Smith [Everton fan] that went in the changing room and put [Tony] Hibbert’s shirt on, he’s got it on backwards and he’s celebrating with our fans.
“Just for him, because he’s done fantastic for this football club. Just for our community, our town, to travel up to Everton is unbelievable.”
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