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Holders handed tough draw
 Women's Football News 13 Oct 2010
Leeds Utd will continue their defence of the Premier League Cup with a tough trip to Sunderland in the First Round of the knockout stages.
National Division leaders Blackburn Rovers face an awkward tie away to Leicester City and former winners Millwall Lionesses take on Coventry City. At least two teams from outside the top flight are guaranteed a place in the quarter finals after Portsmouth were paired with Aston Villa and Curzon Ashton drew Cardiff City.
Two of the ties are yet to be decided, depending on the outcome of the final group game between Queen's Park Rangers and Barnet this Sunday.
First Round draw:
Portsmouth v Aston Villa
Millwall Lionesses v Coventry City
Barnet v Brighton & Hove Albion
Leicester City v Blackburn Rovers
Gillingham or QPR or West Ham v Nottingham Forest
Sunderland v Leeds Utd
QPR or West Ham Utd v Reading FC Women
Curzon Ashton v Cardiff City
to be played on 31 October

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