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Hemel Hempstead Town manager Neil Townsend says that his team can draw on their experiences from previous rounds when they take on Premier League side Brighton & Hove Albion in the F.A.Women's Cup Second Round on Sunday.
The London & South East League side have enjoyed a great Cup run so far and Townsend admits: "We realise that Sunday's game against Brighton is going to be our toughest game of the season so far and we go into the match as massive underdogs, but we are used to that in the FA Cup.
"This will be our fifth game in the competition and apart from our first game against neighbours Leverstock Green, we have been the underdogs in all of the others. It seems the better the opposition, the more we raise our game as Old Actonians, Boreham Wood and Peterborough are all in higher leagues and we have beaten all of them.
"We will have a full squad for Sunday's game with no injury worries, which wasn't the case in the last round against a very useful Peterborough side. We only had eleven players available and one of them should not have played as she was very sick.
"That performance typified the attitude and determination we have at the club. This is the strongest squad we have had at Hemel in the five years it has been a ladies side and getting to the Second Round is proof of this."
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