Everton's Ross Barkley strike makes it three for the visitors at Brunton Park
A proper football end on a proper football day; this is what the FA Cup is about. Feels like all of Carlisle is here https://t.co/59BDVr8vxW
Arouna Koné scores in the bottom left corner, assisted by Aaron Lennon.
Cumbria Police have given advice to those planning on attending today's Carlisle v Everton FA Cup tie at Brunton Park.
They have suggested that road users avoid using junction 43 and Warwick Road this afternoon as it is likely to be congested.
Police have also reminded fans that the area surrounding Brunton Park was badly flooded in December, and that "and as work continues to rebuild the affected homes and businesses, it is vitally important that visitors respect all properties as they move to and from the ground."
Ahead of today's FA Cup tie between Everton and Carlisle, Everton fans have helped their North West neighbours by raising over £8,000 for Carlisle's flood recovery.
Brunton Park was left underwater after Storm Desmond, and the playing surface was replaced at a cost of around £150,000.
Players and fans at Carlisle United are gearing up for a huge day in the club's history: tomorrow's fourth round FA Cup tie against Everton.
Brunton Park will host a sell-out crowd of seventeen thousand. The tie is worth an estimated quarter of a million pounds to United.
The Blues' manager, Keith Curle, says his players will go out aiming to win, though he accepts they will need fortune on their side.
Ryan Dollard looks ahead to the game:
Our Sports correspondent Simon O'Rourke previews Carlisle United's big FA Cup tie against Everton this weekend.
Can the likes of Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley handle the portaloos at Brunton Park?