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United put out league leaders Arsenal

Manchester Utd are through to the semi finals of the FA Women’s Continental Tyres League Cup after a 1-0 victory away to  five-time winners Arsenal on Wednesday night.

Millie Turner had earlier gone close to scoring for Marc Skinner’s side when she headed against the bar from a corner but the game remained goalless until seven minutes from time, when a pinpoint cross from Katie Zelem was headed in by Alessia Russo for the only goal of the game.

United held on under pressure in injury time for a result which takes them to within one game of reaching a first ever major cup final whilst for Arsenal, their recent sticky patch of form continues.

United’s opponents in the semi finals will be holders Chelsea, who won 4-2 away to West Ham Utd. The two sides met in the last four last season and it was Chelsea who took the lead through Pernille Harder, midway through the first half. The Hammers rallied and Katerina Svitkova brought them back on level terms but on the hour, the Blues were back in front with a header from Erin Cuthbert. Harder then made it 3-1 three minutes later and the Danish international, who was making her 50th appearance for the club, marked the occasion as she completed her hat-trick. West Ham did not give up and Halle Houssein pulled a goal back late on but it is Chelsea who marched into the last four and a step closer towards a hat-trick of victories in the competition.

Manchester City overcame an early scare to run out 3-1 winners over last season’s beaten finalists, Bristol City. The Vixens started the game well and went in front when Alex Greenwood diverted an Aggie Beever-Jones cross into her own net, but Khadija Shaw then scored twice to send the Cityzens into the lead going into the half time interval. Vicky Losada sealed the win with a third goal after the break to keep up her recent goalscoring run and end the visitors’ resistance.

Manchester City will be up against Tottenham Hotspur in the last four, Rehanne Skinner’s side reaching that stage for the first time in the club’s history after beating Liverpool 1-0.

Liverpool, who along with Bristol City were the last remaining Championship sides in the competition, gave a good account of themselves on the night and a tightly contested game was settled late on when Rachel Williams fired home from close range to secure a historic result for her club.

The draw for the semi finals was made on Thursday afternoon by former England international Gemma Davison, who won the competition with Arsenal in 2012 and 2013.

Manchester City v Tottenham Hotspur

Chelsea v Manchester United

Ties will be played on 2-3 February 2022, with further details to be confirmed in due course.

The kick off time for the Final, on Saturday 5th March at AFC Wimbledon’s Cherry Red Records Stadium, has now been confirmed as 5.15pm, with the game being shown live on BBC Two.

Tickets for the Final are now on sale, priced at £10 for adults and £2.50 for U16s and can be purchased via