The Vitality Women’s FA Cup Fourth Round starts with a Friday evening kick-off for Chelsea, before holders Manchester City play on Saturday.
Friday 16 April
Saturday 17 April
Manchester City v Aston Villa (12pm)
Sunday 18 April (2pm)
Leicester City v Liverpool
Middlesbrough v Sheffield United
Birmingham City v Coventry United (12.30pm) – live on BBC Red Button / BBC iPlayer / The FA Player
Burnley v Manchester United – live on MUTV
Everton v Durham – live on YouTube
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Blackburn Rovers (3pm) – live on YouTube
Huddersfield Town v Derby County
Reading v Tottenham Hotspur
Oxford United v Charlton Athletic
Arsenal v Gillingham
Lewes v Southampton FC – lewesfc.com/live
Brighton & Hove Albion v Bristol City
West Ham United v Chichester & Selsey (1pm)
Crystal Palace v London Bees
Chelsea host Championship side London City Lionesses, with the winners set to host either 2019-20 runners-up Everton or Durham next month.
Manchester City begin their defence of the trophy against Aston Villa on Saturday lunchtime, either West Ham or Chichester & Selsey are to visit the winners.
Burnley also have a two-division disadvantage when facing Manchester United on Sunday, with a possible North West derby to follow, but Liverpool have a tough tie at FAWC champions Leicester City.
Gillingham have the firepower of Arsenal to contend with, Crystal Palace or London Bees battle for the right to visit the victors.
Reading and Spurs go head-to-head again after their recent league draw, a home tie against Middlesbrough or Sheffield United at stake.
Either Brighton or Bristol City will have two-tier seniority at home to fifth round opponents, with FAWNL pair Huddersfield Town and Derby County heading their way.
Birmingham City have an all-midlands match with Coventry United, the winners remaining there to welcome either Lewes or Southampton FC.
Wolves have already accounted for a couple of teams from the division above but now need to span two levels in order to get passed Blackburn Rovers. The reward will be a home tie with Oxford United or Charlton Athletic.