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Blues drawn to Chelsea Ladies in Cup quarter-finals

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Manchester City Women have been drawn at home to Chelsea Ladies in the quarter-finals of the FA Women's Cup.

Nick Cushing's side will host the London outfit at the Manchester Regional Arena on Sunday 27 April, as they bid to secure a first piece of silverware in their debut season in the top flight.

As a clash between two FA Women's Super League sides, the Blues will be anticipating a tough test and will go into the game in the knowledge that the winner of the tie will face either Birmingham City Ladies or Arsenal Ladies in the semi-finals.

To get to this stage, City narrowly defeated Reading Women in the Fifth Round with a double from Toni Duggan. Chelsea needed an extra-time goal from Rachel Williams to progress, after their clash with Bristol Academy ended 1-1 after 90 minutes.

Ticket details for this game will be released on mcfc.co.uk in due course.

Full draw

Quarter-finals: 

Portsmouth FC Ladies v Notts County Ladies
Liverpool Ladies v Everton Ladies
Manchester City Women v Chelsea Ladies
Birmingham City Ladies v Arsenal Ladies

Semi-finals:

Manchester City Women/Chelsea Ladies v Birmingham City Ladies/Arsenal Ladies
Portsmouth FC Ladies/Notts County Ladies v Liverpool Ladies/Everton Ladies

Match Report

Blues progress in FA Women's Cup

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Scott is up for the Cup

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Fly the flag for MCWFC

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On 20 April, Manchester City Women will make history by competing in their first ever FA Women's Super League home fixture and we want you to be part of it.