#WomensFACup: North London derby on the cards in quarter-finals

Spurs' three-goal Rianna dean
Tottenham Hotspur’s three-goal Rianna Dean. (PA Images)

Arsenal will host Tottenham Hotspur in the last eight of the Women’s FA Cup if the Gunners defeat Lewes in Sunday’s re-arranged tie.

Women’s FA Cup results – Monday 17 February

Chelsea 1-0 Liverpool (Att: 2,630)
Bristol City 0-5 Everton (Att: 1,889)
Coventry United 0-5 Tottenham Hotspur

Chelsea held a narrow lead over Liverpool at the break, Guro Reiten having opened the scoring with a sweet volley. That strike proved enough to see the Blues through to face more Merseyside opposition in the last eight.

Niamh Fahey and Guro Reiten
Niamh Fahey and Chelsea goalscorer Guro Reiten. (Photo: www.jamesprickett.co.uk)

Everton’s Gabby George was stretchered off moments into the game at Ashton Gate but the visitors still struck three first-half goals with two for Lucy Graham and one from Esma Morgan. Inessa Kaagman and Hannah Cain both extended the lead after the interval.

Rianna Dean hit a hat-trick for Spurs – including two penalties – as they progressed 5-0 at  Coventry United, while Siri Worm and Lucia Leon were also on target.

Quarter-Final draw:

Crystal Palace or Brighton & Hove Albion v Birmingham City

Everton v Chelsea

Arsenal or Lewes v Tottenham Hotspur

Leicester City or Reading v Manchester City

Ties be played on Sunday 15 March

Dates for outstanding fifth-round games:

Leicester City v Reading – Thursday 20 February

Arsenal v Lewes – Sunday 23 February

Crystal Palace v Brighton & Hove Albion – Tuesday 25 February

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