The fourth official has indicated that there will be a minimum of four minutes of added time.
Chance for Everton: Everton shout for a spot-kick again, as Williams' back-post header appears to come off Lowton's hand. Referee Jon Moss points for a corner. The resulting corner is cleared.
FULL-TIME: The referee blows for full-time! Loud boo's ring around Goodison Park. Everton had the majority of the possession throughout the game but couldn't break down the Burnley defense. It ends Everton 0 - 1 Burnley.
Substitution for Burnley: Hendrick, whose goal separates the sides is leaving the field and is being replaced by Barnes.
Chance for Everton: Everton creating better chances at the closing stages of the game. This time it's Calvert-Lewin who shoots from inside the box, but the shot goes straight at Pope.
Sigurdsson does well to clip a ball into the box. Rooney jumps to header it, and the ball goes behind for a corner. The fans shout and the Everton players surround the ref as they think there was a handball. Corner given which comes to nothing.
Substitution for Everton: Koeman makes his final change. Sandro replaces Niasse.
Chance for Everton: Gueye drives forward and fires a long-range shot over the bar. The Everton fans were not happy with that decision.
Quick passing from Everton sees Niasse receive the ball just outside the Burnley box. Niasse plays a one-two with Sigurdsson but the forward can't get through the well structured Burnley defense.
Chance for Everton: Rooney delivers a swinging cross to the far post but Pope does well and punches clear. Everton continuing to apply pressure to the Burnley defense.
Hendrick is fouled in a dangerous area. Brady delivers the set piece into the Everton box but Williams heads clear.
Substitution for Everton: Vlasic is leaving the field and is being replaced by Davies.
Chance for Burnley: Brady bursts into the area down the left flank and aims to pick out Wood at the far post, but Pickford reads the cross well and palms the ball clear.
Substitution for Everton: Koeman makes his first change as Rooney comes on and replaces Schneiderlin.
Chance for Everton: Calvert-Lewin plays a pass towards Baines down the left hand side. Baines clips a ball into the box and Niasse is there to header it towards goal. The forward can't get his angles right and heads wide.
Play resumes and Defour re-enters the field. He looks okay to continue.
Defour is down and needs treatment, after the midfielder collided with goalkeeper, Pope.
Yellow card to Everton: Baines goes in the book for a foul on Brady.
Niasse does well down the right flank and Mee knocks the ball behind for a corner, however, the referee indictaes that it is a goal-kick. More frustration for the home fans.
Burnley playing with some real confidence now as they are dictating the play. Everton are forced to sit off and are starting to defend deep inside their own half.
Yellow card to Everton: Calvert-Lewin is shown a yellow card for a foul on Ward.
Just like the first half, Everton are on the front foot in the early stages. Vlasic plays a quick give and go with Sigurdsson before shooting from range, but his shot is blocked.
KICK-OFF: We're back underway at Goodison Park. Everton have it all to do in the second half.
The fourth official has indicated that there will be a minimum of one minute of added time.
HALF-TIME: The referee's half time whistle is echoed by boo's from the home fans. It is the away side that lead thanks to a superb team goal finished off by Hendrick. Everton 0 - 1 Burnley.
Yellow Card to Burnley: Arfield goes down in the box after a challenge from Williams. The Burnley players appeal for a penalty but Jon Moss books Arfield for simulation.
Yellow card to Burnley; Defour is the first player to go into the book. The Burnley midfielder is shown a yellow card for dissent.
Chance for Burnley: A long aimless Burnley free-kick finds its way inside the Everton box. Wood does brilliantly to redirect the ball towards goal but Pickford is well positioned to make the save.
The home fans are starting to get restless now as Everton are struggling to break down this resolute Burnley defense.
Niasse, who has been Everton's best player so far, drives down the left flank and wins another corner for Everton. The resulting corner from Sigurdsson comes to nothing.
Chance for Everton: Niasse does well to drive deep into the Burnley half. The forward pulls the ball back to Gueye on the edge of the area. The midfielder shoots first time but slices his shot and it goes well wide.
Burnley go on the counter and a long ball releases Wood. It's a foot race between Wood and Williams, with the latter putting the ball behind for a Burnley corner. Brady delivers but the corner comes to nothing.
The goal came from a rare Burnley attack. The home side have by far had the majority of the possession, and will be ruing their early missed chances.
GOAL for Burnley! The visitors go ahead! Brilliant passing from Burnley sees Arfield play in Ward down the left flank. The fullback cuts the ball back to Hendrick who does brilliantly to evade an Everton defender and then sends Pickford the wrong way.
Everton continue to pressure the Burnley defense. Vlasic does well to win a corner which is taken by Sigurdsson. Williams meets the corner with his head but the contact was weak and the ball is cleared.
Chance for Everton: Niasse picks out Sigurdsson six yards from goal but the Everton midfielder takes a touch too many, enabling Cork to scramble back and make a goal saving tackle. Sigurdsson should have done better.
Burnley are sitting very deep and are allowing Everton to have the majority of possession. Tarkowski attempts a long ball but it evades everyone and goes out for a goal-kick.
Burnley press forward and are enjoying a spell of possession deep inside the Everton half. Brady's shot is blocked and it finds Ward who drives a ball across the face of goal. Pickford does well to punch clear.
Chance for Everton: Niasse reacts quickest to Vlasic's looping header and tries to lob the on-rushing Pope, however, the forward fluffs his lob and wins a corner which comes to nothing.
Chance for Everton: Calvert-Lewin does brilliantly to dispossess Mee, and the Everton forward is away. The Burnley defense get back and Calvert-Lewin plays the ball to Sigurdsson in the box, who shoots first time but straight at the keeper.
Everton starting the game the better of the two sides. The home side are passing the ball well and Niasse finds himself with the ball outside the Burnley box. The striker shoots straight at Pope.
KICK-OFF: We're underway at Goodison Park as referee Jon Moss blows his whistle to begin the game.
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Koeman makes five changes to his side that drew 2-2 in the midweek Europa League clash against Apollon Limassol. Vlasic, Calvert-Lewin, Niasse, Martina and Keane come into the XI. Rooney drops to the bench.
Dyche names the same starting XI which drew 0-0 against Huddersfield last weekend. The most notable change sees Lindegaard named on the bench as Pope is standing in for the injured Heaton.