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Recapping the Everton news with a classic game rewind

Soccer - FA Cup Semi Final - Tottenham Hotspur V Everton - Elland Road, Leeds Photo by Steve Morton - PA Images via Getty Images

As part of our Everton Classic Game Rewind, the entire site coverage is taking you back to the fateful weekend of 19th-21st May, 1995. For more information, see this post.

Your daily dose of Everton news and rumours

Tomorrow, the Blues aim for cup glory when they take on Manchester United in the FA Cup Final. Over their last 10 meetings, the Blues have three wins, one draw, and six losses. In their most recent match against the Red Devils in February, Duncan Ferguson headed home a triumphant effort to guide the Blues to a 1-0 victory. Can we expect to see more of the same tomorrow? COYB!

Watch the highlights from their last meeting below (Dunc’s goal at 3:27).

And the highlights from Everton’s semi-final win over Tottenham Hotspur a month ago.

Check out the match report from the semi-final victory. [11 v 11]

I wanted them to hold on for a few seconds but Daniel [Amokachi] wandered on to the pitch, the fourth official held up the board, and that was it. He was desperate to play but he should not have been on. What a good mistake it was,” said manager Joe Royle on the famous phantom substitution. [Independent]

Read up on Everton’s historic trip to the final. [RBM]

Watch the build-up for tomorrow’s match.

David Unsworth was at 21 arguably the best central defensive prospect in the Premiership and destined to become the youngest player to appear in that position in an FA Cup final since another Everton defender, Derek Mountfield, in 1984. [Independent]

Joe Royle and Alex Ferguson sit down and discuss tomorrow’s duel.

Gary Ablett is aiming to become the first player to win the FA Cup with both Everton and LIverpool. [Independent]

The players have their say.

Check out the programme for tomorrow’s match. [The Everton Collection]

We’re going to be in for a war of attrition as Royle’s Dogs of War come up against Fergie’s experienced pack. [Independent]

What To Watch

Matchday! Everton face Manchester United at Wembley in the 1995 FA Cup Final tomorrow!

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