Bristol City have been drawn at home to Leicester City in the semi-finals of the FA Women’s Continental Tyres League Cup.
While the Robins sit at the foot of the WSL table, the Foxes lead the Championship by three points.
The other half of the draw pairs the winners of this week’s quarter-final ties, with Manchester City or Chelsea to have home advantage over West Ham United or Durham.
The draw took place during the half-time interval of the Barclays FA Women’s Super League fixture between Manchester City and Aston Villa on the BBC Red Button, with former England international goalkeeper, Siobhan Chamberlain, and presenter, Kelly Somers, overseeing proceedings.
The semi-finals are due to be played on Wednesday 3 February and Thursday 4 February 2021 and will be streamed live on The FA Player.
The two remaining quarter-finals are due to be played this week, with Manchester City welcoming holders Chelsea on Wednesday 20 January (5.30pm K.O), and West Ham hosting Durham the following evening (5.30pm K.O).
Both games will also be streamed live on The FA Player, as will Wednesday’s league clash between Birmingham City and Everton (KO 7pm).
The tenth final of the competition is due to be played on Sunday 14 March, with the venue yet to be confirmed.