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City Women players set to do battle

EUROS: Demi Stokes may have to face her Scottish team-mates in Holland

EUROS: Demi Stokes may have to face her Scottish team-mates in Holland

City Women's England stars could come up against their Scottish team-mates at next summer’s European Championships.

Karen Bardsley, Steph Houghton, Demi Stokes, Lucy Bronze, Izzy Christiansen, Jill Scott, Toni Duggan and Nikita Parris are all in line to represent the Lionesses at the tournament in Holland – and, if selected, they could face fellow City Blues Jane Ross and Jen Beattie after being drawn alongside Scotland in the group stage.

Spain and Portugal complete the Group D lineup.

Dutch star Tessel Middag will be desperately hoping she is included in the final Dutch squad so that she can play in her home country, with the Netherlands drawn against Norway, Denmark and Belgium in a tough-looking Group A.

And Kosovare Asllani’s Sweden have also been handed a difficult group alongside holders Germany, Italy and Russia.

The full draw is as follows:

Group A: Netherlands (hosts), Norway, Denmark, Belgium

Group B: Germany (holders), Sweden, Italy, Russia

Group C: France, Iceland, Austria, Switzerland 

Group D: England, Scotland, Spain, Portugal

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Watch MCWFC v Brondby live on Facebook with Nissan

Manchester City Women’s Champions League tie against Brondby IF will be streamed live on Facebook with Official Partner, Nissan.

Fans from across the globe can follow all the action live on the Club’s official Facebook page.

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Cushing: Brondby our toughest European test

DIFFICULT TASK: Cushing says Bronby pose a far sterner test than Zvezda

Nick Cushing believes his side’s Champions League last-16 tie with Brondby will be a far harder test than the one they faced in the previous round against Russian side Zvezda Perm.

Man City Women face Brondby tomorrow night in the Champions League last 16

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Cheer on MCWFC in Champions League last 16

LAST 16: MCWFC face Brondby in their final home game of 2016.

Manchester City Women are calling on the support of fans for one final time in 2016 as they look to continue their incredible form this season.

The Blues face Brondby in the first leg of their UEFA Women’s Champions League last 16 tie on Wednesday 9 November (kick off 7pm), for what will be their last home game of the year.