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Following the international break and the disappointment of Scotland failing to progress to the World Cup play-offs by a single point, domestic duty resumes this Sunday with the Third Round of the Unite Scottish Cup being the highlight of the Sunday fixture card.
Holders Glasgow City face an interesting fixture against their own Reserve side. Playing in a League below in the First Division, City reserves may at times seem a million miles away from their Champions League standard first team, but top team striker Kat Lindner knows it may be a little more difficult a match than many will be assuming.
"Yes our Reserves play in a League below us and they don't train as often as we do, but if there is one thing they have in their favour it will be the fact that they know us pretty well," she said. "We train at the same venues and often a few of the Reserves join the First team for training.
"There will no doubt be quite a bit of banter during the match, but be assured both sides will be doing everything to win at all costs. Every team at Glasgow City has the same coaching and playing philosophy, from the senior teams right down to our youth teams, so it will be interesting to see how the coaches prepare the teams for Sunday."
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