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By Chris Bevan
BBC Sport

Chris McKenna reports: “Everton boss David Moyes makes just two changes from Saturday’s draw with Blackburn. Denis Stracqualursi is the surprise inclusion as he makes just his second start of the season in place of Louis Saha while Magaye Gueye comes in instead of Victor Anichebe. Fulham manager Martin Jol makes three changes with Andy Johnson making his first start of the year in place of Bobby Zamora. Chris Baird and Aaron Hughes also come in with Steven Sidwell and Philippe Senderos dropping to the bench.”
FOOTBALL LEAGUE UPDATE: There is also a game taking place in League One tonight as Chesterfield host Bournemouth at B2net Stadium. The home side can move off the bottom of the table if they avoid defeat but the Poppies can move to within two points of a play-off spot if they achieve victory.
Tom Rostance reports:
“Harry Redknapp makes five changes to the Tottenham side which lost late on against Manchester City last weekend, but still names a formidable looking outfit with Rafael van der Vaart behind both Jermain Defoe and Emmanuel Adebayor. Reported Newcastle target Adrian Mariappa keeps his place for Watford who make three changes, with cult hero Lloyd Doyley back in at full-back.”
From Ed, in Wrexham, via text: “Re 1912. A chance of glory YES. I’m a Gooner so any glory will be gratefully received.”
Ben in Reading, via text: “Re 1912. Agree heavily with James. Third and fourth league places getting a Champions League qualifying spot is unmerited. All those teams have done to be 3rd/4th is been consistently worse than the actual league champions. At least FA Cup winners are champions at something other than almost-success.”
Watford v Tottenham line-ups
Loach, Hodson, Mariappa, Nosworthy, Doyley, Eustace, Deeney, Buaben, Murray, Sordell, Garner. Subs: Bond, Dickinson, Yeates, Iwelumo, Forsyth, Jenkins, Whichelow.
Tottenham: Cudicini, Walker, Kaboul, Dawson, Rose, Parker, Van der Vaart, Modric, Livermore, Adebayor, Defoe. Subs: Friedel, Lennon, Pavlyuchenko, Bassong, Kranjcar, Assou-Ekotto, Pienaar.
Referee: Chris Foy (Merseyside)
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Owen, exiled in Houston, via text: ” Making the FA Cup special again? Stop playing semi finals at Wembley. Part of me wants to lose the game as I can’t afford another trip to London.”

Chris McKenna reports: Everton will play their first Friday FA Cup tie in their history this evening and manager David Moyes enjoys the change: “If you gave me a choice of Friday night or Sunday, I would take Friday night all day long.” A win tonight would certainly make it even more enjoyable for Moyes but Fulham boss Martin Jol is keen for his side to progress after disappointments in other cup competitions: “I hope we can push on in the FA Cup. It would be fantastic because we are out of the Europa League and Carling Cup.”
Tom Rostance reports:
Spurs forward Rafael van der Vaart has set his sights on ending Tottenham’s 21-year-wait for FA Cup glory. “Everyone wants to win it, me too,” said the Dutchman. “When I was little I always watched the FA Cup final. It would be a dream to play in it.” “It’s about giving our supporters a really good performance,” says Watford boss Sean Dyche. “If we do that then who knows?”
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From Jack in Southend, via text: “How any team can think of the FA Cup as a distraction is beyond me. An historic competition, it’s sad to see its debatable demise.”

BREAKING FULHAM-EVERTON TEAM NEWS: Andy Johnson starts up front for the Cottagers for the first time this year, replaces Bobby Zamora. For Everton, Denis Stracqualursi replaces Louis Saha – just to remind to me that, although, Diniyar Bilyaletdinov is on his way to Spartak Moscow, there are still a few players out there capable of giving text commentators nightmares.
Chris McKenna reports: “Everton host Fulham in the first of six all-Premier League FA Cup ties this weekend and the Toffees certainly do not mind facing top-tier opposition. David Moyes’s side have faced a Premier League team eight times in their last four seasons. Both these sides would relish a good FA Cup run to liven up their seasons but Martin Jol will be worried about his side’s poor away run. The last time Fulham won on the road was against Wigan on 29 October, but as we all know form counts for little in the Cup.”

James Cutler on Twitter: “Win the FA Cup, get into the Champions League. If you want to make it special again, its as simple as that.”

1912: We know what it means to Keith Houchen but what does the FA Cup mean to you? An unwanted distraction, or a chance for glory? Tweet the commentary via the hashtag #BBCFootball, Tweet me @chrisbevan_bbc or text in via 81111 (UK).
BREAKING TOTTENHAM TEAM NEWS: Harry Redknapp picks a strong side to take on Championship side Watford. Aaron Lennon and Gareth Bale are rested but Scott Parker, Emmanuel Adebayor, Luka Modric and Jermain Defoe all start. Michael Dawson is captain. Full details and Watford news to follow very shortly.
Tom Rostance reports:
“After a week of off-the-field distraction and newspaper headlines, Spurs boss Harry Redknapp will be relieved to return to the dug-out at Vicarage Road. Sean Dyche’s Watford side – and the home crowd – will not make it easy for Redknapp but the Tottenham manager knows that his side are one of the favourites to lift the trophy for the first time since 1991.”
1904: One person definitely looking forward to tonight’s action? Spurs boss Harry Redknapp, who has been in court, rather than on the training ground, all week for his tax evasion trial. Redknapp was at Southwark Crown Court this afternoon, but he is at Vicarage Road now.
1900: Keith Houchen, he of the spectacular diving header to help Coventry City sink Tottenham in the 1987 FA Cup final, speaking there (yes, it was me who rang him up this week). You have to admit he has a point. Will Watford, Tottenham, Everton and Fulham field full strength teams this evening? Do they care that much about the Cup? We are about to find out. Welcome to FA Cup fourth-round Friday. I just hope it turns out to be as entertaining as it sounds…
1856: “When teams rest players for the FA Cup, I can never get my head around it. It’s a modern-day thing because football for me is about winning trophies. I still get people calling me up 25 years after I won the FA Cup to talk about it. Will players these days get that 25 years on, after just keeping a club in the Premier League for another year?”