Everton will take on West Ham United in the Women’s Super League at the Chigwell Construction Stadium on Sunday with kick-off at 3pm live on BT Sport.
In the Women’s Super League West Ham drew at home 0-0 against Aston Villa on April 20 to extend their lead above relegation and are now ninth in the Women’s Super League.
Everton won 3-1 against Aston Villa at Finch Farm on April 4.
Everton currently fifth in the Women’s Super League and are currently seven points behind Manchester United.
West Ham beat Chichester City 11-0 at home to advance to the quarter-finals and will be the away side as they face second-placed Women’s Super League side Manchester City.
Everton beat Durham 2-1 at Finch Farm to progress to the next round and will play at home against current Women’s Super League leaders Chelsea.
The Hammers are currently still in a four-team relegation battle with Birmingham City, Aston Villa and Bristol City if the Hammers win they could extend their league over their relegation rivals to five points if results go their way.
Everton won the previous match against West Ham 3-1 back in October.
There is currently no team news available for West Ham United.
Simone Magill is available after missing the FA Cup fixture last week.
Maeva Clemaron will have a late fitness test on a hamstring issue.
Club captain Dan Turner will miss the rest of the season with a calf injury.
Alisha Lehmann may miss out due to her playing against her parent club.