Defending holders Chelsea were drawn at home to newly-promoted Liverpool in the Women’s FA Cup fourth round.
Aston Villa, another Women’s Super League side, will try to avoid an upset by hosting lower league opposition – either Solihull Moors or AFC Fylde.
Cardiff City will visit Burnley or Norwich City while fellow fourth tier Hashtag United will be absent from Championship side Coventry United.
Only five games are certain, as on Sunday only seven third-round matches were played.
The remaining 13 fixtures have been postponed due to weather, with most rescheduled for this Sunday, December 18.
The 12 WSL clubs compete in the fourth round, which will be played on the weekend of January 28-29.
Chelsea beat Manchester City 3-2 in last season finale win the competition for the fourth time – and the second year in a row – before adding the WSL title.
The Doubles winners will face top-flight opposition for a place in the last 16 of this season, just a week after also hosting Liverpool in the WSL, which will be broadcast live on the BBC.
A record 14-time winner, Arsenal will be at home to Leeds United winners against Stoke City, while Manchester City will host Sheffield United or Nottingham Forest.
Manchester United are out for either Blackburn Rovers or Sunderland, while Championship side London City Lionesses will make the short trip to Tottenham Hotspur if they get past Portsmouth.
Full Fourth Round Draw
Arsenal v Leeds United/Stoke City
Aston Villa v Solihull Moors/AFC Fylde
Bristol City v Oxford United
Burnley/Norwich City v Cardiff City
Chelsea v Liverpool
Coventry United v Hashtag United
Everton v Birmingham City/Huddersfield Town
Ipswich Town v Lewes/London Bees
Leicester City v Reading
Liverpool Feds/West Bromwich Albion v Brighton and Hove Albion
Manchester City v Sheffield United/Nottingham Forest
Blackburn Rovers/Sunderland v Manchester United
Peterborough United/Durham v Crystal Palace/Watford
Tottenham Hotspur v London City Lionesses/Portsmouth
AFC Wimbledon/Gillingham v Charlton Athletic/MK Dons
Wolves v West Ham