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Everton v Rotherham Live Streaming : Watch FA Cup Fixture from Goodison Park

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Premier League side Everton take on Championship team Rotherham in the third round of the FA Cup today – its also the early lunchtime kickoff.

Here’s all you need to know about Everton v Rotherham today – Kick off time for this one is 12PM noon.

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Everton come into the game on the back of a disappointing 1-0 home defeat to West Ham in the Premier League, although they should have too much for a struggling Rotherham outfit.

Before that loss to the Hammers, the Toffees were on a four game winning run.

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Championship side Rotherham are on a dismal run of late, having won only one of their last nine matches, and have in fact lost theirlast seven games away from home. Predictably, Everton are seen as heavy favourites for this one, with the price of 4/11 available on the home win.

The stalemate draw can be backed at 10/3, while Rotherham are available at a price of 7/1 to cause a massive upset and progress to the next round.

Carlo Ancelotti is sure to make a number of changes coming into this one with an number of periphery players starting. Robin Olsen and Cenk Tosun are all likely to be included in the team for this one.

The Everton boss stated Friday that Richarlison, Jonjo Kenny, Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Allan, Fabian Delph, Gbamin and Pickford will not be available for the FA Cup clash, while James Rodriguez is now fit, and Lucas Digne & Alex Iwobi could return to the side.

Ancelotti is already without defensive midfielder Allan,  Fabian Delph and Jean-Philippe Gbamin, who will all miss the arrival of the Millers at Goodison today.

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