Vitality #WomensFACup: Three rounds in as many weeks starts this Sunday

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The Vitality Women’s FA Cup starts playing catch-up for lost time during lockdown with three rounds over three consecutive Sundays.

Sunday 4 April (2pm)

Second Round Proper

Sunderland v Sheffield FC (1pm)
Brighouse Town v Newcastle United (1pm)
Middlesbrough v Hull City (1pm)
West Bromwich Albion v Lincoln City (1pm)
Chichester & Selsey v Kent Football United (1pm)
Keynsham Town v Yeovil United (1pm)
Burnley v Fylde
Wolverhampton Wanderers v Nottingham Forest
Loughborough Foxes v Derby County
Crawley Wasps v Gillingham
Billericay Town v Ipswich Town
Hounslow v Leyton Orient
Portsmouth v Cheltenham Town
Cardiff City LFC v Oxford United
Watford v MK Dons (3pm)
Southampton Women v Plymouth Argyle (3pm)

Huddersfield Town, FA Women’s Premier League Northern Division leaders prior to lockdown, await a visit from the winners of the tie between Brighouse Town and Newcastle United.

Watford were top of the Southern and play MK Dons for the right to host Wolves or Nottingham Forest in the next round, which follows on just seven days later on Sunday 11 April.

Burnley have a Lancashire derby against Fylde Ladies, with the victors set to entertain Sunderland or Sheffield FC.

Cardiff City Ladies or Oxford United will have home advantage over opposition from the division below in the 3rd Round, with Billericay Town or Ipswich Town making a westward journey.

West Brom welcome Lincoln City and should the Baggies see off the Imps, they will be home again to Loughborough Foxes or Derby County.

Portsmouth play Cheltenham Town and the winners host either Crawley Wasps or Gillingham.

Southampton Women tackle Plymouth Argyle with the prize being a home tie versus Keynsham Town or Yeovil United.

Kent Football United eliminated Enfield Town on penalties in midweek and head to Chichester & Selsey, with the successful side then going to Hounslow or Orient next week.

Wem Town went through after Stoke City withdrew and now wait to see if they must travel to Middlesbrough or Hull City.

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