Women's FA Cup: Aston Villa Ladies 0-1 West Ham United Women

Jane Ross
Jane Ross is West Ham's joint-leading scorer in the WSL this season with six goals

West Ham United moved into the semi-finals of the Women's FA Cup with a win at Championship club Aston Villa.

Scotland striker Jane Ross scored the only goal in the first half, calmly slotting the ball in, after Villa goalkeeper Sian Rogers spilled Leanne Kiernan's 20-yard effort.

Villa had good chances either side of the goal, but Jodie Hutton hit the post and Nadine Hanssen scuffed her shot.

Alisha Lehmann almost made it 2-0, but her curling strike hit the upright.

The draw for the semi-finals will be held on Monday, live on BBC Breakfast on BBC One, shortly after 08:30 GMT.

Aston Villa: Rogers, Brown, Ale, N'Dow, Richards, Hassall, West, Hanssen, Hutton, Haywood, Smith.

Substitutes: Aguirre, Elsmore, Gibson, Hall, Baptiste, Hurley.

West Ham: Moorhouse, Percival, Flaherty, Hendrix, Simon, Lehman, So-Hyun, Leon, Ross, Kiernan.

Substitutes: Spencer, Rafferty, Sampson, Visalli, Kmita, Reichardt.