The FA Women’s Cup fourth round draw was made live on the FA WSL instagram and there are many tasty ties.
There are three ties between FA WSL 1 teams with two of them should be really tight while Arsenal should beat Yeovil
FA WSL 1 v FA WSL 1
Reading v Birmingham City
Yeovil Town v Arsenal
Everton v Bristol City
Holders Man City will be away future Tier 1 team Brighton and Hove, but with their current playing staff, it would need a huge performance for the Seagull to upset the Citizens. Liverpool and Watford played a pre-season friendly and the result should be very similar to that game. Chelsea are favourite to beat London Bees at the Hive but will remember being eliminated in probably the biggest FA WSL cup shock in history a couple of seasons ago.
FA WSL 1 v FA WSL 2
Liverpool* v Watford
Brighton & Hove Albion v Manchester City*
London Bees v Chelsea*
Sunderland will be favourite against Derby or Brighouse with a two or three divisions gap.
FA WSL1 v FA WPL
Sunderland* v Derby County or Brighouse Town
Two games between FA WSL 2 sides and two tight games expected as FA WSL2 is a very compact league where all teams can beat each other.
FA WSL2 V FA WSL 2
Durham v Sheffield FC
Tottenham Hotspur v Doncaster Rovers Belles
There is potential for three upsets in games between FA WSL2 and FA WPL teams as the gap between the middle range FA WSL 2 side and the FA WPL top side is minimal. Milwall v Coventry should be very interesting
FA WSL 2 V FA WPL
Aston Villa* v Middlesbrough
Cardiff City v Oxford United*
Millwall* v Coventry United
A game that could be the FA WPL play-off final come May between two top FA WPL side with the ambition to get promoted to Tier 2 at the end of the season.
FA WPL v FA WPL
Blackburn Rovers v Charlton Athletic
Three ties with potenital upsets especially Plymouth v Leicester as the home team has managed to beat higher division teams four times in their cup run.
FA WPL v FA WPL Div 1
Keynsham Town v Lewes*
The New Saints v Chichester City*
Plymouth Argyle v Leicester City*
*denotes team playing at higher level in the pyramid