#ContiCup: Round three of group games this weekend

Everton host Manchester United in The FA Women’s Continental League Cup whose weekend ties begin on Saturday evening with Aston Villa versus Liverpool.

Saturday 2 November

GROUP A: Aston Villa v Liverpool (Boldmere St Michaels FC, 7.30pm)

GROUP D: Lewes v Chelsea (Lewes FC, 2pm)

Sunday 3 November (2pm)

GROUP A: Durham v Coventry United (Durham City FC, 12:00)
Sheffield United v Blackburn Rovers (Olympic Legacy Park)

GROUP B: Brighton & Hove Albion v Arsenal (Crawley Town FC)
London Bees v Charlton Athletic (Barnet FC)
Bristol City v London City Lionesses (Stoke Gifford Stadium, 3pm)

GROUP C: Everton v Manchester United (Southport FC, 12:30)
Manchester City v Birmingham City (Academy Stadium)

GROUP D: Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur (Bromley FC)
Reading v West Ham United (Wycombe Wanderers FC)

With Everton’s new Walton Hall Park home not ready until December, they will continue to play at Haigh Avenue where Manchester United are the visitors this Sunday.

Also in Group C, Manchester City will hope to repeat their 3-0 league victory over group leaders Birmingham City and bring to a halt their losing run.

Aston Villa will look for an upset against Liverpool, Durham are the only side in Group A with a 100% record and next face Coventry United, while Sheffield United visit Blackburn where they have already enjoyed a 3-2 league victory this season.

Arsenal and Bristol City both have back-to-back wins in Group B, the Gunners go to Brighton whom they defeated 4-0 in the FA WSL, while the Vixens entertain London City Lionesses. London Bees host a capital derby with the visit of Charlton.

Reading lead Chelsea by goal-difference at the top of the Group D table, the Royals next hosting West Ham while the Blues visit Lewes. Crystal Palace take on Tottenham in the other games in the section.

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