FA WSL Conti Cup Matchday 4 preview part 2

Liverpool and Notts County are through to the quarter finals following their win last night. Two more sides could go through tonight.

Arsenal v Reading Group 1

Arsenal would go through with a win. It will be interesting to see if Pedro Losa carries on rotating his team and play a very young side like he did against Watford and the Bees. Many of the youngsters are not available due to an England U19 call up though.

Reading are in the mix to go through and might be the only team from WSL 2 to make it to the quarter finals, a point at Arsenal and three at Watford would likely be enough to qualify as one of the ebst third placed team.

Bristol v Oxford Group 3

Bristol need to get three points to stay in the race for the top two places and also the best third placed race. Oxford are already out of the competition.

Everton v Manchester City Group 2

City would go through with a win while Everton are already out of the competition

Doncaster v Durham Group 2

Doncaster have a small chance of qualifying but need to see the other teams results go their way while they win their remaining two games. They also need to  score a lot of goals as their goal difference is bad. Durham are already out of the competition.

Teams already eliminated : London Bees, Watford Ladies, Everton Ladies, Durham Women, Oxford United, Aston Villa

Teams that would qualify with a win : Arsenal, Manchester City

Teams through to the quarter finals : Liverpool, Notts County

Current third placed teams ranking ( top two teams qualify + two best third placed teams)

  1. Bristol 6 pts  7-1
  2. Reading 6 pts 8-4
  3. Sunderland 6 pts 8-8
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