One of the three all-Premier League clashes sees Everton and Brentford lock horns at Goodison Park on Saturday.
The tie will see new Everton boss Frank Lampard lead his Toffees side for the first time, looking to fire them into the fifth round. Lampard will be looking to change fortunes at the Merseyside club, who have lost their last two games – against Norwich and Aston Villa. The Chelsea legend will have plenty of attacking talent at his disposal, especially with the likes of Donny van de Beek and Dele Alli making the move in the January window.
Brentford also had a busy deadline day, bringing in Christian Eriksen on a deal until the end of the season and whilst we will have to wait and see if the Dane will make his debut for his new club, Thomas Frank will still have a strong side to choose from. The Bees are themselves in a bad run of form, losing their last four games in a row.
We can see this one being a high-scoring affair between two sides looking to return to winning ways.