FA WSL Continental Cup matchday 4 recap

We now have a clear view on the tournament on the different teams’ status

Teams through to the quarter finals : Arsenal Ladies, Manchester City Women, Liverpool Ladies FC, Notts County Ladies

Teams eliminated from the competiton : London Bees, Watford Ladies, Everton Ladies Durham WFC, Oxford United, Aston Villa Ladies


Saturday 29 August

Bristol v Birmingham Group 3 Both side have nine points and a draw would send both side through

Sunday 30 August

Durham v Everton Group 2

With both side already eliminated, this will be a dead rubber in term of the competition.

Manchester City v Liverpool Group 2

It will be a dress rehearsal from that huge posptoned WSL 1 game that might decide where the title will go in a few weeks’ time.

Sunderland v Doncaster group 2

Both side have a chance to go through as one of the best third placed team, it should be a very competitive game

Notts County v Yeovil Group 3

Yeovil are still mathematically in with a chance but would need to win by 10+ goals and see other results go their way.

Oxford v Aston Villa Group 3

Another dead rubber with both side already eliminated

Chelsea v London Bees Group 1

Chelsea need a point to make sure of qualification, expect a lot of their young players to get a game

Millwall v Arsenal Group 1

Millwall like Yeovil need a huge win and good circumstances to qualify, Arsenal are through already and could rest a few players

Watford v Reading Group 1

Reading are likely to go through providing that they get a large win.

Published by Sylvain

women's football fan since 1998

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