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Everton at Bournemouth 2016 Live Stream: Start time, TV schedule and how to watch online

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The Toffees are on the road against a Premier League side as they look to continue on in the FA Cup. Come talk about it with us!

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Things only get tougher for Everton in the FA Cup. After cruising through the third and fourth rounds against lower league opposition, they drew a roadtrip to Premier League side Bournemouth.

It was this same matchup that led to one of the more exciting matches of the season thus far back in November. The Cherries tied things up two different times in the span of 10 minutes. A late Ross Barkley goal had Toffee supporters streaming onto the ground, but Junior Stanislas had different ideas, making sure it ended up a 3-3 finish.

That was just a normal league game. This time it is for a spot in the quarterfinals of the FA Cup, a competition that Everton really needs to win if they still want European football next season.

Match Date and Time: Saturday, February 20th at 17:15 GMT / 12:15 p.m. EST

Stadium: The Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth, Dorset

Capacity: 11,464

Match Forecast: 11°C / 52° F, Cloudy, Winds east at 22 mph, 94% humidity, 4% chance of rain

Television: Not listed - UK / FOX Sports 2 - USA

Radio: Live audio via Everton's Match Centre

Live Stream: FOX Sports Go - USA

Info from: LiveSoccerTV.com

Lineups:

Everton Bournemouth
Starting XI Starting XI
Joel Robles Adam Federici
Bryan Oviedo Simon Francis
Ramiro Funes Mori Tommy Elphick (C)
Phil Jagielka (C) Sylvain Distin
Seamus Coleman Charlie Daniels
Gareth Barry Juan Itrube
James McCarthy Eunan O'Kane
Tom Cleverley Shaun MacDonald
Ross Barkley Dan Gosling
Aaron Lennon Junior Stanislas
Romelu Lukaku Joshua King
Subs Subs
Tim Howard Artur Boruc
Leighton Baines Rhoys Wiggins
John Stones Adam Smith
Kevin Mirallas Matt Butcher
Oumar Niasse Marc Pugh
Gerard Deulofeu Matt Ritchie
Leon Osman Glenn Murray

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