One more step to Wembley Stadium in Adobe Women’s FA Cup

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Tottenham Hotspur host Leicester City for the second time in four weeks. (Alexander Canillas / SPP)

Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United have home advantage over Leicester City and Chelsea respectively in Sunday’s Adobe Women’s FA Cup semi-finals.

Manchester United clash with Chelsea in a re-match of last season’s final, the Blues won their January encounter by three goals to one.

Spurs won 1-0 at home to Leicester just last month with a second-minute Matilda Vinberg goal, finishing one apiece in their earlier meeting away to the Foxes.

Arsenal can cut the gap on the WSL’s top two when hosting basement side Bristol City in an evening fixture, the Robins currently sit at least seven points from safety.

Crystal Palace play their game in hand on Championship leaders Sunderland who they trail by a single point, Birmingham City’s title hopes will be over if they are beaten. Head coach Darren Carter has decided to leave the Blues to pursue other opportunities.

Charlton Athletic will overtake third-placed Southampton if they come away from Vicarage Road with something, Watford could be relegated if they fail to win.

Reading could go a long way to securing their status with three points at Blackburn Rovers.

Sunday 14 April

Adobe Women’s FA Cup Semi-Finals

Tottenham Hotspur v Leicester City (Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, 12pm) – live on BBC2/BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport Website
Manchester United v Chelsea (Leigh Sports Village, 2.35pm) – live on BBC1/BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport Website

Barclays Women’s Super League

Arsenal v Bristol City (Boreham Wood FC, 6.45pm) – live on Sky Sports

Barclays Women’s Championship

Blackburn Rovers v Reading (Ewood Park, 2pm)
Crystal Palace v Birmingham City (Sutton Utd FC, 2pm)
Watford v Charlton Athletic (Vicarage Road, 2pm)

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