And that's full-time. An encounter in which the goalkeepers had the last laugh but neither team will be hugely happy with the draw.
- 2nd Half
- 1st Half
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McNeil has missed a chance to win it for his side, snatching at a volley and putting it well wide. He was under a bit of pressure from Iwobi but the ball broke to him nicely there.
Another fine save!
James plays a fantastically weight ball into the path of Sigurdsson, who tries to drive it into the bottom corner but Pope sticks out a boot to deny him.
WHAT A SAVE!
Wood meets a corner and heads it goalwards. It looks like it's nestling in the back of the net but Pickford makes the save.
Calvert-Lewin beats the offside trap to latch onto a through ball from Richarlison but Pope is off his line quickly to make the block.
Everton go on a quick counter but by the time the ball reaches Iwobi, Burnley's players are back in numbers. Eventually Gomes has a dig but it goes high and wide.
Everton fail to clear Westwood's free kick and the ball breaks to Brownhill, who finds a bit of space and shoots but it's deflected behind.
Burnley are making their first change - Barnes is on for Jay Rodriguez...
After a spell where Burnley saw more of the ball, Everton are starting to string a few passes together ahead of the last 15 minutes.
There's a VAR check for a penalty after Allan allegedly handled the ball but Mike Dean advises the on-field referee that there's no issue.
We're having a break in play after a coming together between Gomes and Doucoure. The Burnley forward looks dazed after a nasty fall from an aerial challenge.
McNeil does incredibly well to drive into the box and shake off the close attentions of Gomes but his cross is deflected behind for a corner. Calvert-Lewin heads the dead ball clear and Brady is charged down as he tries to volley it first time into the back of the net.
Gomes does brilliantly to keep the ball under pressure and finds James, whose excellent pass finds Iwobi in acres of space. The Nigerian puts in a wonderful cross which somehow dissects everyone as it fizzes across between the penalty spot and the six-yard line.
Everton have certainly been the brighter team after the break but have yet to put Pope and his defence under significant pressure or create any clear-cut chances.
Pickford comes out of his box to help out his defence but almost misjudges it, with the centre-backs sparing his blushes.
Everton have made a fine start to this half. Iwobi drives forward and Doucoure feeds his pass into the path of James, who bends one and Pope makes an excellent save.
And we're back with a bang! Everton go in search of a second and there's a game of pinball in the box. Gomes tries to hook it goalwards but Lowton makes a sensational block. The flag eventually goes up to spare Burnley the pressure.
- End of 1st Half
And that's half-time! Everton strike back right on the cusp of the break and we're level ahead of the second period. Can they go on and get the win?
- GoalDominic Calvert-LewinEverton
Everton have struck back in added time! Allan wins it from Westwood and feeds Richarlison. The Brazilian drills a cross into the six-yard box and Calvert-Lewin gets between the two centre-backs to steer it into the net.
No red card, with the VAR Mike Dean having assessed the situation. Brownhill is still undergoing treatment as we enter the three minutes of stoppage time.
Andre Gomes could in trouble here after a clash with Brownhill. The former Barcelona star led with his elbow there and VAR is having a look...
Pickford has kept the score at 1-0 with an excellent stop. Chris Wood uses his body well to bring down a long ball from Pope and plays a give and go but Pickford is off his line quickly to save a certain goal.
Richarlison puts in a great ball from the left but Tarkowski makes a vital intervention to stop it from reaching Calvert-Lewin. The Burnley centre-backs have played well so far.
Richarlison picks up the ball in midfield and drives forward before shooting left-footed but he doesn't hit it cleanly and it goes wide.
With just 10 minutes to go to half-time, Everton will be hopeful of getting back on terms before the break. The bright start Burnley made feels like a while ago but barring the save Calvert-Lewin forced, the visitors haven't threatened a great deal in the final third.
Excellent defending from Tarkowski to block a cut back from Calvert-Lewin, who had been released by James. A vital intervention.
It'll be Gomes who replaces Delph - potentially changing the five-man back line that Carlo Ancelotti chose.
Uh oh. Everton's injury problems are getting worse. Delph, playing as a makeshift wing-back, pulls up mid run feeling his hamstring. He'll certainly go off soon.
Iwobi has had an excellent start to this match. He goes on a fine run which is only stopped by Brownhill stepping across him. The Burnley midfielder was probably lucky to avoid a yellow card there.
Burnley's pressing game is excellent so far today. Brownhill wins it from Doucoure and tries to find Wood but Pickford is off his line. A better ball was needed there.
Everton are starting to click. Lowton misjudges a cross-field ball and Richarlison is away. He drives into the box and shoots but Pope gets down well to make the save.
WHAT A SAVE!
Iwobi is in space on the right and he puts in a delicious ball to the near post. Calvert-Lewin sticks out a boot to divert it goalwards but Pope makes a save from point blank range. He's just kept his team ahead here.
Lowton has been lively and alert so far and anticipates brilliantly to intercept a throw from Pickford. He puts in a fine ball but Godfrey gets to it ahead of Jay Rodriguez to stop a certain goal. Fine defending!
Burnley are certainly looking to get the ball forward quickly. Lowton now tries to pick out Wood, but again the pass is overhit and Pickford deals with the danger.
James has a dig from the edge of the Burnley box but Mee makes the block and Pope punches it away.
Burnley have made an excellent start to this encounter. Brady sprays another ball forward, searching for Wood's run, but Pickford is out to mop up.
- GoalRobbie BradyBurnley
Burnley take the lead! Everton get caught out playing out from the back, with Allan dawdling on the ball, and Brady fizzes in a fine right-footed effort from just outside the box into the bottom corner.
- 1st Half
And we're off! Iwobi dribbles down the right but his eventual cross is blocked by a Burnley body and the Nigerian wins an early throw.
The teams are out and we're ready to go!
Amid the pressure on Sean Dyche, he has a milestone to celebrate - this is his 200th Premier League game as a manager.
Burnley meanwhile have suffered a terrible start to the season. They've won just one game and lost six of their nine. Time is running out to turn it around as we hit the Christmas season.
After their fine start to the season Everton are looking to build up some consistency after following up their win over Fulham a fortnight ago with a disappointing home loss to Leeds last week.
Good afternoon! Coronavirus may have postponed Newcastle's match with Aston Villa on Friday night but the Premier League action continues apace! Everton face Burnley in an intriguing encounter this Saturday lunch time...