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Crystal Palace have enjoyed some great occasions in the F.A.Women's Cup over the last couple of years and Sunday is set to provide another challenge for the South East Division One side.
Last season the Eagles, then members of the London & South East League, embarked on a run which took them as far as Fourth Round and included a victory against Derby County along the way.
This week they have the chance to take on FA WSL opposition when they play host to Reading FC Women in their Third Round tie.
Palace manager Dean Davenport told Women's Soccer Scene: "The whole club is looking forward to the tie against one of the top sides but I also feel that now, with Reading in pre-season mode, might be an ideal time to play them.
"I am also hoping for another big crowd to urge the girls on, hopefully to a positive result.
Captain Katy Morris added: "The players are fit and ready for the challenge and while we respect Reading as one of the leading clubs in the WSL, we are looking forward to the challenge and confident that with our fantastic fans behind us, we can get a result."
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