#ContiCup: Midweek matches

Chelsea edged Spurs at Stamford Bridge
Beth England’s 25-yard strike gave Chelsea victory over Spurs at the start of the season. (Photo: Chloe Knott for The FA)

Round 4 of the FA Women’s Continental League Cup group stage ties this midweek features Chelsea versus Spurs and Everton entertaining Manchester City.

Wednesday 20 November 

Group A – Coventry United v Aston Villa (Butts Park Arena, 7.45pm)

Group B – Charlton Athletic v London City Lionesses (VCD Athletic, 7.45pm)
London Bees v Brighton & Hove Albion (Barnet FC, 7.45pm)

Group D – Chelsea v Tottenham Hotspur (Kingsmeadow, 7pm)
West Ham United v Lewes (Rush Green Stadium, 7.30pm)

Thursday 21 November

Group A – Durham v Sheffield United (Durham City FC, 7pm)
Blackburn Rovers v Liverpool (Bamber Bridge FC, 7.45pm)

Group B – Arsenal v Bristol City (Boreham Wood FC, 7.30pm)

Group C – Everton v Manchester City (Marine FC)
Manchester United v Leicester City WFC (Leigh Sports Village, 7.30pm

Group D – Reading v Crystal Palace (Madejski Stadium, 7.30pm)

Coventry United host Aston Villla again
Nikki Miles of Coventry United challenged by Emily Syme of Aston Villa last weekend. (Photo: Robin Parker for The FA)

The top two clash in Group A as Sheffield United stand in the way of a fourth straight win for hosts Durham. Aston Villa return to Coventry United where they won 3-2 in the Barclays FA WSL on Sunday.

It’s also first facing second in Group B where Bristol City have a testing tie at Arsenal.

Manchester United host Leicester City and lead Group 3 by just one goal from both Birmingham City and Manchester City, the latter are away to Everton at the changed venue of Marine FC.

Chelsea have won all three games in Group B and next welcome Spurs whom they edged 1-0 at Stamford Bridge in September. Reading are back at the Madejski Stadium for the second time in four days, this time playing Crystal Palace.

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