Women's FA Cup draw sends Reading FC Women on London away day

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Reading FC Women will travel to Dartford in the Fourth Round of the 2019/20 Women’s FA Cup after the draw was made on Monday afternoon.

Kelly Chambers Royals will travel to London City Lionesses in the last 32 for their first game in this seasons competition having narrowly missed out on a place in last season’s final after losing to West Ham United on penalties in the semi’s.

Royals, who were beaten 3-1 by Chelsea Women on Saturday, will undoubtedly be hoping to go one further this season and will go in to the game as favourites against the FA Women’s Championship side.

Lionesses play at the excellent Princes Park, home of Vanarama National League South side Dartford.

The Fourth Round draw in full:

  • West Ham v Arsenal
  • Manchester United v Manchester City
  • Lewes v Billericay Town or Actonians
  • Charlton Athletic v Chelsea
  • Everton v London Bees
  • Burnley v Leicester City
  • Sheffield United v Birmingham City
  • London City Lionesses v Reading
  • Bristol City v Durham
  • Tottenham v Barnsley
  • Huddersfield v Ipswich Town
  • Southampton FC Women v Coventry United
  • Southampton Women FC v Crystal Palace
  • Fylde or Sunderland v Watford
  • Liverpool v Blackburn Rovers
  • Aston Villa v Brighton & Hove Albion

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