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Continental Cup final date confirmed

GOAL: Nadia Nadim scores for City, making is two goals in two games.

GOAL: Nadia Nadim scores for City, making is two goals in two games.

The date and venue of Manchester City’s FA WSL Continental Tyres Cup final has been confirmed.

City will face Arsenal at Wycombe Wanderers’ Adams Park on Wednesday 14 March, kick off 7pm.

Tickets are on sale now priced at £7 for adults and £3 for concessions.

Please visit: tickets.wwfc.com

A repeat of the 2014 final, in which Izzy Christiansen scored the only goal of the game to clinch the Blues first piece of silverware, the 2017/18 instalment sees the defending champions face the most successful side in the competition's history.

The North London outfit finished second in Group One South and came through a quarter-final against Sunderland before beating Reading 3-2 to reach the final.

Meanwhile, after topping Group One North, City eclipsed Bristol City in the last eight, before a close-fought 1-0 win at Chelsea in the semi-final.

Now, the two sides will compete to lift the first piece of silverware of the domestic season and the game will also be broadcast live on The FA’s WSL Facebook page.

Women's Team

Steph Houghton: Defining moments

SUPER SKIPPER: Steph Houghton has lifted three trophies with City - the Continental Tyres Cup (twice), the league title and the FA Cup

City and England captain Steph Houghton made her 100th appearance for the Club on Sunday. The centre-back recalls the moments that shaped her time in football…

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Houghton: 100 games an 'honour'

100 UP: Steph Houghton

City captain Steph Houghton spoke of her pride, having made her 100th appearance for the Club in the 3-0 triumph at her hometown side Sunderland.

Skipper reaction

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Parris double downs Black Cats

PARRIS LIFE: Nikita Parris opened the scoring for City against Sunderland

A sensational performance from Nikita Parris inspired City to a 16th consecutive win – a comfortable 3-0 triumph at Sunderland.

Read how it all unfolded at Mariners Park...