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Everton will begin their defence of the FA Tesco Women's Premier League Cup with tie at home to Birmingham City in the First Round.
Memories of previous cup battles will be revived at Boreham Wood where Arsenal, last season's runners-up, will host Charlton Athletic whilst Chelsea, who signed Lianne Sanderson and Anita Asante last week, will take on either newly promoted Reading FC Women or Barnet.
WFC Fulham, who in their previous guise had a strong cup final pedigree travel to a team they swapped places with at the end of the season in the shape of Cardiff City and the other newly promoted National Division side, Nottingham Forest, will play Liverpool in another all-top flight game.
Keith Boanas, who recently returned to club management with Millwall Lionesses, will be hoping to inspire his new charges to a good cup run starting at home to Ipswich Town.
Leeds Utd will be again looking for a strong display in the cups and begin at home to Manchester City and Doncaster Rovers Belles - whose players have already won one small sided tournament this summer - are away to Tranmere Rovers from the Northern Division. Bristol Academy will play Keynsham Town in a local derby tie.
PRELIMINARY ROUND (Sunday 31 August)
Colchester United v Portsmouth
Newcastle United v Preston North End
Reading FC Women v Barnet
Sunderland v Sheffield Wednesday
FIRST ROUND (Sunday 14 September)
Arsenal v Charlton Athletic
Brighton & Hove Albion v Truro City
Bristol Academy v Keynsham Town
Cardiff City v WFC Fulham
Chelsea v Reading FC Women or Barnet
Millwall Lionesses v Ipswich Town
Watford v Crystal Palace
West Ham United v Colchester United or Portsmouth
Blackburn Rovers v Rotherham United
Everton v Birmingham City
Leeds United v Manchester City
Leicester City WFC v Aston Villa
Newcastle United or Preston North End v Curzon Ashton
Nottingham Forest v Liverpool
OOH Lincoln v Sunderland or Sheffield Wednesday
Tranmere Rovers v Doncaster Rovers Belles
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