Mykolenko will wear the captain’s armband tonight, in what looks a relatively strong side. Doucoure and Allan start in midfield, while Rondon gets a rare run-out up front with Richarlison on the bench.
Boreham Wood team
Starting XI: Ashby-Hammond, Evans, Stephens, Stevens, Mendy Mendy, Smith, Ricketts, Rees, Raymond, Boden, Marsh
Subs: Ashmore, Fyfield, Comley, Smith, Clifton, Ranger
Starting XI: Begovic, Kenny, Patterson, Keane, Branthwaite, Mykolenko, Allan, Doucoure, Gordon, Townsend, Rondon
Subs: Lonergan, Holgate, Richarlison, Iwobi, Coleman, Astley, Price, Dobbin, Welch
The sixth-round draw for the FA Cup will take place ahead of kick-off.
Liverpool, Manchester City and Chelsea among those who will shortly be finding our their next opponents.
You can follow the draw live right here
Garrard: This is a dream come true
Boreham Wood manager Luke Garrard has been full of praise for Frank Lampard in the build-up to the match, revealing the pair have previously been in contact.
“Frank messaged me two days after the Bournemouth result, which I think shows you credit to the man, that he felt that he could get on the phone and send me a polite message,” Garrard told LVBET.
“He spoke about the game, coach relationship, the caliber of the individual is just fantastic and what he’s done on the field is just unbelievable.
“To pit my wits against him on the side of the pitch is a dream come true. He’s someone I look up to, because of his England days… Obviously not when he was at Chelsea, because I’m an Arsenal man. But I can’t discourage what he’s done on the field – the Premier League, the Champions League, the FA Cups – he’s unbelievable.
“What an opportunity I have to pit my wits against him and hopefully, fingers crossed, I’ll give him some sleepless nights with a potential underdog performance and a result up at Goodison.”
Even if Boreham Wood’s FA Cup run had come to an end a round earlier, it would still have been a fairytale.
Alas, Goodison Park should prove one step too far for the plucky non-leaguers, with Lampard’s side eyeing a deep cup run to lift the mood at the club.
Everton to win, 3-0.