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Nottingham Forest midfielder Cat Beaver insists that her team are capable of springing a surprise on Sunday when they travel to play Millwall Lionesses in the Fourth Round of the SSE Women's FA Cup.
Forest earned their place in the draw with a 1-0 victory over local rivals Derby County in the last round and Cat admits that they are looking forward to their meeting with the WSL 2 side.
"I'm really pleased to have drawn a WSL team," she told Women's Soccer Scene. "I'm excited for us to play a club in the league we have aspirations to compete in. It will be a good challenge for us and everyone is buzzing for the fixture.
"The last few weeks have been very positive for the club, having had some good results and performances, and the team spirit is high.
"We've been working hard in training on shape and it's shown with the performances on the pitch. We'll have to battle hard against a strong and physical team, but should have all the attributes required to match them and more!"
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