Last Updated: 07/04/12 5:53pm
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Both teams deserved something from a thrilling contest at Carrow Road. Everton will be frustrated to see their lead slip twice, but Norwich showed tremendous character to hit back.
Jelavic goes down after a shoulder challenge by Ryan Bennett off the ball. I think Jelavic made the most of it but it was still a bit needless by the Norwich defender.
Credit has to go to both sets of players here, they are working really hard to push for the win and giving the fans plenty to shout about.
Victor Anichebe then finds himself free on the edge of the box but his shot is blocked away for a corner, which Norwich eventually clear.
Kyle Naughton curls in a wonderful cross from the left but Distin does well to stretch and head the ball away.
At the other end Fellaini sees his looping header well saved by Ruddy. This game could go either way.
Wes Hoolahan does really well to put in a great cross deom the left. Holt's header is cleared before Elliott Bennett fires in a stinging shot that is blocked by Jagielka.
Everton will be disappointed to lose the lead twice but huge credit has to go to Norwich. They have shown great character to fight back and are pushing for a winner.
It had been coming. Aaron Wilbraham escapes through on goal and see his shot saved by Howard. Wilbraham reacts quickly though and lays it off to Grant Holt to slide home low past Howard.
Cahill heads away but only as far as Elliott Bennett, who bursts into the area and fires a shot into the side netting.
Norwich win a free-kick right on the edge if the area for a handball by Cahill. Cahill i't happy as replays show he was off balance as he jumped for the ball and wa't actually looking at the ball when it hit his arm.
Grant Holt is penalised for a late tackle on Jagielka. The striker i't happy but he did catch the defender, more in his desire to win the ball than anything malicous though.
Aaron Wilbraham does well to nod a Martin cross back into the six-yard box but no player in yellow is there and Howard can claim.
Baines whips in a corner from the Everton left but the referee indicated that it had swung out of play. Goal kick to Norwich.
Marouane Fellaini is booked for a nasty looking tackle on Drury. He is lucky not to see red there and almost talks himself into a second booking by remonstrating with the referee. The big Belgian needs to calm down.
Looking at the incident again, Pienaar was on the floor on top of the ball so I think the Norwich players were claiming either for obstruction or a drop ball. Either way the referee clearly waved play-on and so should have Norwich.
Norwich are furious as they feel they should have a free-kick. However, the referee waves play on, allowing Baines to feed Pienaar down the left, who crosses for Nikica Jelavic to slide home his second of the game into the bottom left-hand corner. Norwich pay the price for failing to play to the whistle.
Coleman puts in a teasing cross from the right but Martin does really well to head the ball away with Cahill lurking.
Pienaar is booked for a foul on Drury, the free-kick is then played in towards Holt, who heads down to Howson, who fires in a shot that is well saved by Howard - the assistant's flag then goes up, meaning it would not have counted anyway.
Howson fires a stinging effort from the edge of the box that Howard spills, but the American reacts quickly and pokes the ball away with his foot with Holt lurking.
Jelavic puts in a teasing low cross towards Coleman at the far post but Drury does really well to clear the ball off the Irishman's toes.
Hoolahan peels away down the left and sends in a teasing cross towards Holt at the far post, but the big number nine can only tamely head the ball into the hands of Howard.
Surman fires the shot straight into the wall and he does likewise with the rebound, allowing Everton to clear.
Norwich start the second half well, Elliott Bennett winning a free-kick in the edge of the box following a trip by Jagielka.
Oliver and Joel, Everton supporters from London say: 'Overall, Everton should win. They are the better side with better players and deserve the 3 points. It's looking like a close game but we believe that Everton should come out on top.'
What are your thoughts on the game so far? You can email me Tom.Mallows@bskyb.com or send me a Tweet @Tom_Mallows.
It took a while to warm up but a fascinating second half is in prospect after the opening 45 minutes. Everton started well and perhaps deserved to go in front. However, credit to Norwich they worked their way back into the game and deservedly levelled the game, finishing the half on top.
More screams for a penalty when Surman's shot is blocked by Jagielka. The fans think handball, the referee says no.
Norwich are screaming penalty again when Holt and Baines collide the in the box. Replays suggest the duo clashed accidently rather than any foul by the Everton left-back.
Baines is lucky to stay on the pitch after a rash challenge. The defender is already on a yellow card but the referee opts to give him a final warning.
Wes Hoolahan makes a fine run down the inside left channel and immediately plays a teasing low cross into the six yard box that evades the Everton defence and allows Jonny Howson to tap home his first goal for the club from close range.
Jagielka takes a risk with a back header towards Howard that Holt chases. Luckily for him the ball is unkind for Holt and Howard is able to get in there ahead of the Norwich striker.
Surman then drills a low effort from the edge of the area just wide of Howard's left-hand post. Norwich coming back into this.
That's better from Norwich as Holt's neat lay-off finds Surman in the box, but his cross into the middle is rushed and Everton can clear.
Jonny Howson sends in a cross from the left but he slices the ball and it is easy for Howard to claim.
Just to confirm, yes it was Tony Hibbert who hit the bar - he of 0 goals in 12 years as an Everton player. That's perhaps the closest he has ever come to hitting the back of the net.
The home crowd scream for a handball when Martin looks to nudge it past Pienaar in the box, the ball had clearly hit the South African's chest though.
Then at the other end Baines is booked for a foul on Martin down the Norwich right, the free-kick though is over-hit and Everton can clear.
Everton nearly make it two when Hibbert's cross loops over the 'keeper and hits the crossbar, Cahill then can't convert the rebound.
Everton take a free-kick quickly in midfield, Baines threads it through to Jagielka in the box, the defender spins sharply and plays the ball across towards Nikica Jelavic who stabs the ball home first-time.
Holt and Jagielka battle for the ball once more, it is going to be a fascinating battle between the pair this afternoon.
Phil Jagielka gets in a tussle with Grant Holt and hauls down the striker right on the edge of the box - free-kick Norwich in a dangerous position.
Pienaar comes forward again but his through pass towards Gueye is over-hit and it spins out for goal kick.
Everton come forward again, Jelavic and Pienaar exchanging passes, but the South African's shot is well blocked by a Norwich boot.
The crowd have been very quiet so far, waiting for the team to give them something to shout. It is all very even so far.
Nearly a chance for Everton on the edge of the box but they try to be too intricate and make one pass too many, allowing Norwich to clear.
Andrew Surman whips in the free-kick towards the far post but Howard claims confidently with two hands.
Martin is pushing forward once more, winning a free-kick for his side after a tangle with Leighton Baines.
Norwich finally work their way into the game, Russell Martin making a good run forward from full-back and putting in a cross that Tim Howard claims at his near post.
Everton are doing all the early pressing, Magaye Gueye whipping in a cross from the left that just just above the head of Jelavic at the far post. A few inches lower and that would have been a goal.
Everton have started well, Tony Hibbert puts in across from the right, Nikica Jelavic's header into the six yard box is cleared, but only as far as Darron Gibson who slices his shot from the edge of the box well wide.
Martha Banks says: 'I reckon Everton winning 2 - 1 with Jelavic and Cahill scoring for the Toffees and Holt getting Norwich's goal! COYB!'
@alanjohnson68 says: '3-1 win for NCFC with 2 from Holt and the other from Howson will equal #stayingup #yellowarmy'
Grant Holt's scoring rate of 0.41 goals per game puts him in the top 30 for scoring in the division's history (players with 10+ goals).
Everton have won five and lost none of their last seven matches in all competitions against Norwich.
Fancy a Jelavic hat-trick as Damien has predicted? Skybet has him priced at a tasty 40/1 to bag three goals this aftenoon.
Damien is predicting a goal glut this afternoon: 'Everton to win 4-1 - Jelavic with 3 and Cahill the other.'
Plenty of Toffees support so far, not heard much from the Norwich supporters though. To use a legendary phrase: 'Where are you? Lets be havin' you!' Tom.Mallows@bskyb.com or @Tom_Mallows.
Stewart MacLaren has emailed in from Spain, he says: 'Everton will beat Norwich 2-1 at Carrow Road this Afternoon with goals from Tim Cahill & Nikica Jelavic.'
2-0 to Everton is a popular score prediction so far, Skybet currently has odds of 9/1 on that eventuality.
Dylan from New York says: 'With Everton's great run of form lately, I reckon the Toffees will win this one comfortably. 2-0 with Cahill and Pienaar goals. GO BLUES!!!!!!!!!!!'
James Butler, a 'massive' Everton fan from London, is first to email in, saying: 'Norwich have done well this season but Everton are one of the form teams in the country, think they will warm up for Wembley with another win. 2-0 Everton COYB!'
So Canaries fans, Toffees supporters, what do you think of those teams? What are your predictions for this afternoon? You can have your say by sending me an email Tom.Mallows@bskyb.com or Tweet me @Tom_Mallows. I will do my best to post as many of your views as possible.
Everton boss David Moyes has also made three changes, perhaps with Wembley in mind, with Phil Neville, Magaye Gueye and Sylvain Distin in for Leon Osman, John Heitinga and Marouane Fellaini.
Norwich boss Paul Lambert has made three alterations to his starting XI, with Grant Holt - back from suspension - Elliott Bennett and Adam Drury all recalled in place of Zak Whitbread, Kyle Naughton and Steve Morison .
Everton: Howard, Hibbert, Jagielka, Distin, Baines, Neville,Gibson, Pienaar, Gueye, Jelavic, Cahill.
Norwich:Ruddy, Martin, Ryan Bennett, Ward, Drury, Elliott Bennett, Fox, Howson, Surman, Hoolahan, Holt.
For now though the focus is well and truly on league matters so without further delay I will bring you the two teams......
Evertonians meanwhile are enjoying yet another post-Christmas revival in-form that has seen them rise above Liverpool in the table. There is also the small matter of a FA Cup semi-final clash with their Mersey rivals at Wembley next week.
I think it is fair to say there will be plenty of beaming smiles on the faces of both sets of supporters this afternoon. The Canaries fans are revelling in their return to the top-flight just three years after being relegated to League One - a rise boss Paul Lambert has described as 'incredible'.