When and where
The fifth Manchester Derby in professional competition will take place on Thursday 19 November in a 19:00 (UK) kick-off.
The clash marks City's final game in Group C and a point will secure progression to the knock-out stages.
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For safety reasons in the wake of the pandemic, the fixture will be played behind-closed-doors.
In line with current protocols, additional balls will be placed at intervals around the pitch.
Should the game remain level after 90 minutes, both teams will receive a point, while the winner shall be determined by a penalty shoot-out, earning a bonus point.
United have avoided defeat in their last four games since falling to a 3-1 reverse at Liverpool in their Conti Cup opener.
Their second Group C game against Everton was postponed for safety reasons.
The Republic of Ireland defender sustained an injury in an FA Women's Super League win over Tottenham Hotspur and had to undergo tendon surgery on her left foot.
Taylor says he may rotate the squad, as the FA Cup winners round off an intense period of fixtures before the international break.
"There's a possibility that Megan Campbell might be involved in the squad, which is good news," he told ManCity.com.
"It's been a long time for her but she's been patient and worked tremendously hard.
"There's an opportunity for others to get a start, who have been waiting in the wings."
"It's a game we're looking forward to.
"The girls have been great this week. It's a different competition and a good opportunity to put on a good display and gain the result we need to go through to the quarter-finals.
"At the same time, we can potentially knock out one of our rivals!
"We've had a decent amount of games since the Cup Final and we're on a good unbeaten run, which we hope will continue."
Tobin Heath capitalised on Lucy Bronze’s loose pass to pull one back with a thunderbolt of her own before Kirsty Hanson's close range finish forced City to settle for a frustrating point.
• Three-time winners City have always reached the knock-out stages of the Continental Cup, lifting the trophy in 2014, 2016 and 2019.
• Jess Park has two goals in two Conti Cup games for City, after scoring in injury time against both Everton and Liverpool.
• Georgia Stanway is one shy of 50 City goals.