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Charlton Athletic reserve team manager Stuart Weston does not believe his side will be fazed when they take on Gillingham's first team in the Kent FA Women's Senior Cup final on Wednesday.
The Addicks reserves hope to follow in their first team's footsteps, after they won the London Cup, and bring a second piece of silverware home when they travel to Greatness Park Stadium, Sevenoaks.
They currently top the reserve Premier League, ahead of Arsenal and Chelsea, and have beaten a first team during this campaign, when Colchester United put their first choice side out instead of their second.
Weston said: "Looking back to when we played Colchester, without us knowing they put their first team out and we beat them 3-0.
"I think at the level the girls are playing at, and with the effort they are putting in, we can go there and get a result and come away as champions of Kent.
"Some of my players have experience of playing in the first team anyway, and they are in the division above Gillingham.
"We don't need to worry about them being a first team, they are just eleven women, they are beatable like any other team and as long as we can turn up with the right mindset we should be OK."
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