Gareth Taylor’s side will travel to the Robins High Performance Centre on Sunday 26 February, with kick-off scheduled for 14:00 (UK).
We progressed into the fifth round with a comprehensive 7-0 victory over Sheffield United last time out in the competition.
A Khadija ‘Bunny’ Shaw hat-trick alongside a Julie Blakstad brace and further strikes from Chloe Kelly and Deyna Castellanos secured victory at the Academy Stadium.
Our opponents advanced to the next stage with a strong 4-0 win over Oxford United.
The meeting in Bristol represents the second time the sides have met in as many months, following our Continental Cup quarter-final clash at Ashton Gate in January.
City recorded a 6-0 win on that occasion to book our place in the semi-finals, with Lauren Hemp (two), Hayley Raso (two), Shaw and Mary Fowler on the scoresheet.
You can follow comprehensive coverage of the encounter at Robins High Performance Centre right here on mancity.com and the official Man City app.
Our Matchday Centre - getting under way at 12:30 (UK), will detail the action with minute-by-minute updates, stats and analysis, while the key moments can also be found on Twitter: @ManCityWomen.
A detailed match report will be available soon after the full time whistle, as well as reaction from Gareth Taylor.
Highlights and a full-match replay (via CITY+ and Recast) can be accessed from 12:00 on Monday 27 February.
We have lifted the Women’s FA Cup on three occasions – with our last triumph coming in 2019/20.
And we’ll be aiming to reach Wembley for the second consecutive season but go one better, after falling to defeat (3-2) to Chelsea in the 2021/22 showpiece event.
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