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Glasgow City begin the defence of the Premier League Cup this season with a tricky away tie to Boroughmuir Thistle.
City started their treble winning campaign last year by lifting the Premier League Cup and will be eager to do so again, however as City midfielder Megan Sneddon points out, the Edinburgh outfit will be keen to cause an upset.
She said: "Every match we are favourites and you do feel at times as though the opposition lifts their game for the matches against us. But that is part and parcel of playing for a top club and none of the players would have it any other way. Thistle are an experienced side, with a quality coach and Sunday will not be easy. However, last season's treble has only given us the incentive to do it again, so we need to continue our good form on Sunday."
Elsewhere, City's biggest rivals last season, Spartans and Celtic, face each other in a tie no doubt both would rather have avoided so early on in the season. Celtic strengthened in the summer with the signings of three Scotland internationalists, but the Hoops got off to a disappointing start in the League, drawing with Aberdeen last weekend. Spartans enjoyed a formidable season last year, finishing runners-up in the Premier League, but have lost influential striker Debbie McWhinnie and it will be interesting to see just how much Spartans are affected by her absence, when they face Celtic on Sunday.
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