DAVIE MOYES must have cast an envious eye at fellow Scot Alex McLeish as he picked up his first piece of silverware in English football.

Moyes has taken Everton to cup finals but still awaits his first trophy.

The Glaswegian must feel he has as good a chance as any with victory in tonight's FA Cup clash at home to Reading putting his men into the last eight.

Everton will fear no one after knocking out Chelsea in a penalty shoot-out at Stamford Bridge.

And they are hot favourites at 8-15 with Stan James to take care of the Championship side.

Reading are a decent outfit and score plenty of goals but they are 7-1 with Chandler for a reason.

Everton followed up their win at Chelsea by easing to a 2-0 success against Sunderland at the weekend to climb into the top half of the table.

Now they can focus fully on the Cup and I can't see them slipping up.

Tim Cahill is usually the man for the big occasion and the Aussie is 9-2 with William Hill and Ladbrokes to score first. But he could be overshadowed by Jermain Beckford who netted a double against Sunderland.

The former Leeds striker has banged in four in five starts and is finally living up to his potential after signing from Leeds. Beckford is 5-1 with Betfred and bet365 to score first and 7-5 with bet365 to bet at anytime.

Recommendation:

  • Everton are likely to start brightly and I can see them scoring in both halves (11-8, Ladbrokes)
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