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Gareth Taylor’s side booked our place in the last eight of the tournament courtesy of last Thursday’s dramatic 2-1 fifth round victory away at Derby County Under-18s.
Bournemouth meanwhile confirmed their ticket into the quarter-finals after overcoming Aston Villa Under-18s 2-0 at the Vitality Stadium.
Prior to our victory at Derby, City have also overcome Clevedon Town Under-18s, recording a 4-0 win away at the non-league side in round three, before then despatching Nottingham Forest Under-18s 4-1 in the fourth round at the Academy Stadium.
Precise dates and kick-off times for the quarter-finals are yet to be confirmed.
Leicester City v Watford or Ipswich
Arsenal or West Brom v Everton or Brighton
AFC Bournemouth v Manchester City
Preston or Bury v Liverpool or Wigan
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