Everton cruised into the fifth round of the FA Cup, but their win was overshadowed by a horrific injury to Bryan Oviedo
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OFF - Tonight's match against Stevenage has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch following an inspection.
Roberto Martinez wants to give stricken Bryan Oviedo all the support he can after he suffered what appeared to be a horror injury against Stevenage.
Everton's 4-0 FA Cup win at Stevenage was overshadowed by the Costa Rica international being carried off following a first-half challenge.
– Everton manager Roberto Martinez
A real negative is the unfortunate incident and we end up with Bryan picking up a bad injury. We need to give him as much support as we can as he had a terrific season.
I have been so impressed with his level in different positions. He's a really important player and we want to make sure everything goes well.
Andy Gray will co-commentate on British TV on Saturday afternoon for the first time since losing his job after making off-camera sexist comments in 2011.
The former Everton, Aston Villa and Wolves striker will work on a one-off basis for BT Sport's coverage of the FA Cup fourth-round tie between Stevenage and Everton.
Gray has not worked on British TV since leaving Sky SPorts after making comments about assistant referee Sian Massey.
A spokeswoman for BT Sport said:
– Spokeswoman for BT
BT can confirm that Andy Gray will make a guest appearance for BT Sport at the FA Cup tie between Stevenage and Everton.
Andy has a strong cup pedigree with Everton and we are delighted he can stand in for Michael Owen, who is overseas this weekend.
Gillingham's Adam Barrett will want to forget about this open goal miss against Stevenage last night as quickly as possible.
Luckily for the hapless defender, the Gills ended their League One encounter as 3-2 winners.
Crewe have signed midfielder Anthony Grant on a free transfer from Stevenage
The 26-year-old has left Boro by mutual consent and agreed a two-year deal at Gresty Road.
Graham Westley has made a surprise comeback at Stevenage. The 45-year-old, who led Boro into League One with back-to-back promotions, succeeds Gary Smith as manager after the former Colorado Rapids boss was relieved of his duties last week following a poor run of form.